Angst Gallery features local artists' work in poetry, music and all the visual arts. Located on Main
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The Vancouver Arts District brings life to the city. In addition to downtown’s oldest icon of the arts, Kiggins Theatre — illuminating the streets since 1936 — new splashes of color complete the creative atmosphere.
Walking along the blocks surrounding Main Street, visitors are greeted by more than 24 murals adorning the sides of downtown buildings, bridges, and walls. Commissioned by the Clark County Mural Society and created by local artists, many of the depictions help tell the story of the city’s rich history.
Don’t forget to look down during your stroll; eco-conscious storm drain murals line Main Street from Sixth Street to 23rd Street, reminding passers-by that all water run-off flows directly to the area’s rivers and oceans. Sculptures by Northwest artists, like Uptown Village’s otherworldly “The Visitor” and the waterfront’s iconic “Ilchee,” will stop you in your tracks with their detailed designs and inspired site locations.
Join Vancouver’s Downtown Association each month for First Friday, which keeps local businesses open late and features rotating gallery exhibits, including glass-blowing demonstrations at Firehouse Glass. Visit the diverse array of galleries scattering downtown to be amazed and inspired.
For a self-guided tour of city-owned sculptures and outdoor installations, download the City of Vancouver's public art map.
Art can be found all over Vancouver USA! Head downtown for a self-guided gallery walking tour.
A project of Friends of the Arts, Art on the Boulevard is a non-profit art gallery whose mission is
Downtown Vancouver’s Aurora Gallery was established in 2004 as a way to feature local artists from
In 1999, Greg Lueck and Rebecca Seymour renovated the turn-of-the-century Vancouver National Bank
For almost 50 years Gemé has been publishing prints, paper tole kits, and supplying craft tools and
Portland Art Creations — also know as "The PAC" — is an Art Gallery now located in the heart of