Every year, Evergreen presents some of the best theatre, music, and variety performances that Vancouver has to offer right here in the Tri-Cities! Single ticketsare on sale now – we can’t wait to share what this season has in store.
Just steps away from Lafarge Lake – Douglas SkyTrain Station, you don’t need to go downtown to enjoy some of the best shows in BC! Featuring a fully accessible facility, a flat $16 student ticket price, and modernized bar + ticket options, join us fot a great night out – all season long.
Summer Camps are back again at Evergreen Cultural Centre!
Our campers will spend time between our Theatre and our Studio Spaces with our knowledgeable educators, learning a wide range of creative techniques. After visiting our latest gallery exhibition and the natural world right outside our centre, campers will put their wildest ideas to the test exploring the creative worlds of acting, writing, improvisation, storytelling, painting, printmaking, drawing, and much more.
Our sizzlin’ summer concert series is back! Tonye Aganaba is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and performer residing on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam & Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Tonye’s style, like their gender, is fluid (or at the very least non-binary) – but can be described as Soul/Neo-Folk/R&B, and although unique, they have been likened to folx like Lauryn Hill, Ani DiFranco, and Chaka Khan.
BBQ Dinner & Concert: $69 | Concert Only: $45
The Art Gallery at Evergreen presents Semá:th Xó:tsa: Sts’ólemeqwelh Sxó:tsa/Great Gramma’s Lake, organized and circulated by The Reach Gallery Museum, Abbotsford. This exhibition tells the story of Semá:th Xó:tsa (Sumas Lake) that, for millennia, was central to the cultural, spiritual and physical well–being of the Semá:th people (Sumas First Nation) and surrounding Indigenous communities.
Gallery Hours: Thursday + Friday 12 – 6PM | Saturday + Sunday 12 – 5PM
Join us on Sunday, July 10th from 2-4 pm for the closing reception of Semá:th Xó:tsa: Sts’ólemeqwelh Sxó:tsa/Great Gramma’s Lake featuring carvings by E’yies’lek Claude “Rocky” LaRock at the Art Gallery at Evergreen. Remarks with contributing artists will take place at 2:45PM.
Image: Installation view of Semá:th Xó:tsa: Sts’ólemeqwelh Sxó:tsa / Great Gramma’s Lake, exhibition at the Art Gallery at Evergreen, 2022. Photo by Rachel Topham Photography.
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Semá:th Xó:tsa: Sts’ólemeqwelh Sxó:tsa/Great Gramma’s Lake
Thetáx Chris Silver & Xémontélót Carrielynn Victor
featuring E’yies’lek Rocky LaRock
The AGE presents Semá:th Xó:tsa: Sts’ólemeqwelh Sxó:tsa/Great Gramma’s Lake, organized and circulated by The Reach Gallery Museum, Abbotsford. This exhibition tells the story of Semá:th Xó:tsa (Sumas Lake) that, for millennia, was central to the cultural, spiritual and physical well–being of the Semá:th people (Sumas First Nation) and surrounding Indigenous communities. Available to view starting May 12, 2022!
Image: Xémontélót Carrielynn Victor, cover illustration for the book Semá:th Xó:tsa: Sts’ólemeqwelh Sxó:tsa/Great Gramma’s Lake, 2020.
2022 Visual Art School Programs
Learn, explore, and create through art!
Our Educators have created a new series of Visual Arts School Workshops to support teachers and spark creativity, inspired by our exhibition Inherit.
Our Virtual Field Trips, delivered live on Zoom, are inspired by our 2021 exhibitions Wayfinding and Evan Lee: Forged. Virtual visits include a mix of video content and live instruction for a hands-on artmaking activity in your classroom.
We are the Tri-cities' premiere live event venue, art gallery, community hub + arts education space.
Connect with our Gallery: @artgalleryevergreen
We are a public art gallery at @evergreenarts in Coquitlam, BC. Admission is always free.
Open: Thursday + Friday | 12-6PM
Saturday + Sunday | 12-5PM
Situated on the shores of Lafarge Lake in Town Centre Park, Evergreen Cultural Centre (ECC) exists on the unceded, traditional and ancestral core territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem) First Nation, which lies within the shared territories of the səli̓lwətaɁɬ təməxʷ (Tsleil-Waututh), S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō), qiqéyt (Qayqayt) and sq̓əc̓iy̓aɁɬ təməxʷ (Katzie), xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish) nations in the region known today as the Tri-Cities.