The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is a grassroots, social-profit, charitable cultural organization dedicated to maximizing the intrinsic value of the arts in all media. CityScape Community Art Space, located at 335 Lonsdale Ave, is their operating headquarters, but their reach and passion for the arts extends to all corners of North Vancouver.

The NVCAC has over 500 members all working towards building a strong community through the arts. They believe in the intrinsic value of art to inspire, to heal, to bridge sectors, generations and cultures and to enhance and enrich the communities where we live, work and play.

The organization constantly on the lookout for local submissions for community public art and a wide array of exhibitions. If you’re an artist searching for a platform to share your work, check out their diverse artist calls.

Here’s what’s currently happening in the North Vancouver art scene:

Current Exhibitions:

Anonymous Art Show (CityScape Gallery)

Mark Ollinger (City Atrium Gallery)

David Young and Frances Solar (District Foyer Gallery)

Stephen Dittberner (District Library Gallery)

The Gift Box (CityScape Gallery)


North Shore Art Crawl – Call for artists is open now! The actual Crawl is Mar. 5-6

North Shore International Film Series

Special Projects

Let It Rain! – Hydrophobic rain art with an open call for submissions of catchy and uplifiting phrases that people would like to see appear on the sidewalks when it rains this winter.


Art Rental

NVCAC has a collection of nearly 450 pieces of art available for rent. Spruce up your office space, or kit out an event with some local art. More info here.


Adult Art Classes

Classes for Youth and After School Art

Click here to become a member of the North Vancouver Community Arts Council