Arts & Culture

From First Nations culture to the latest in contemporary art, music and more - Whistler's arts and culture scene runs deep.

Your Guide to Cornucopia 2018

There are over 90 food and drink events happening during the 11-days of the Whistler Cornucopia festival. This can be a little overwhelming at first glance, but we've got some handy guides that can help you navigate these incredible events.

What’s Hot and New at Whistler’s Cornucopia 2018

Whistler's Cornucopia is all about creative culinary flare, new experiences, and a license to indulge. Let's look at what's hot and new for 2018.

The Design Mind Behind the Whistler Village Stroll

The main viaduct of Whistler’s pedestrian Village Stroll is a meandering, cobblestoned route that connects both ski hills to four public squares and over 100 shops and eateries, before easing onto the great lawn of Whistler Olympic Plaza and the Marketplace.

Insider’s Guide To Rainy Day Activities In Whistler

As we settle into fall weather there is no need to stay home and get cabin fever. Learn how to make the most of rainy days until the ski season starts.

Whistler’s New Wine Walk

This October Whistler's galleries have come together to offer a new experience combining art and wine called Whistler Wine Walk; serving up delectable BC wine tastings and hors d'oeuvres, along with an interactive art experience each Friday during the month of October from 5 - 7 PM.

Tiny Art & Big Inspiration: Whistler’s Season of the Arts Begins

Autumn is when our outdoor-focused world slows down long enough to appreciate all the artistic talent packed into this valley.

Top 10 Reasons To Check Out The Whistler Writers Festival – Even If You’re Not A Writer

What really goes on at a writers’ festival? If you’ve never been to one and you’re feeling a little skittish about encountering weighty words and snooty literary discussion—fear not! At the Whistler Writers Festival you’ll find a celebration of creativity and ideas in a welcoming, intimate and inclusive setting.

A Whistler Workation: Working Remotely in Paradise

Thanks to digital technology more and more of us are able to work remotely, taking beautiful locations like Whistler as our offices. Insider Blair Kaplan has tips to help the digital nomad feel right at home in the mountains.

Whistler Bear Viewing Safari Experience

The best way to safely view bears in the wild in Whistler is through a bear viewing tour. Whistler Photo Safaris offer a guided experience that not only takes you to the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, but also gives you the opportunity to see bears in their natural habitat.

The Lights at the end of Summer: Music in Whistler

Lights, a Canadian musician/creative force of nature, took to the stage at Whistler's Olympic Plaza with a 70-minute set with a mix of high-tempo electro-pop, intimate audience singalongs, and soulful acoustic solos, capping another summer of free music and good times in Whistler.

Feast for the Senses: An evening at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre

Dining with a difference – taking time out with the First Nations people of Whistler to make a different connection with the landscape.
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