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GAC Member Survey

Help GAC to develop an effective and relevant Strategic Plan for the next three years!

Click here to complete our Member Survey. You might win a prize!

Gabriola Arts Council Seeking New Funds

 The Gabriola Arts Council is pursuing a Regional District tax contribution of $50,000 annually.

The Gabriola Arts Council is one of only a few community arts councils in British Columbia that does not receive regional district and/or municipal operating funds. Around B.C. and across the country, local governments recognize the value that locally-based arts programming brings to a community. In the absence of municipal funding, we are pursuing regional district funding. This will bring GAC in line with other arts councils in B.C., and will ensure that we can continue the successful operation of our lively organization that so enhances community life on Gabriola. Read more…

Gabriola Music Festival Ticket Purchase

Regular Ticket Prices (Starting July 2, 2017)

Weekend Pass $80
Single Day Pass $50
Youth (ages 11-16) Weekend Pass $50
Youth Day Pass $30
Under 10: Free!
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Gabriola Music Festival Vendor Registration

Join us in celebrating the Gabriola Arts Council’s 20th anniversary celebrations, where artists, artisans, crafters, farmers, cooks, bakers, chefs, community groups, organizations, and businesses will have an opportunity to engage with a wide of range of off-island and local music lovers. Read more…

Rainforest Circus!

Submerged: Rainforest Circus is coming to Gabriola and we want you to …

Come play with us! All ages welcome!

In  2017, three ocean-based communities—Malcolm Island, Gabriola Island and the Sunshine Coast—will begin the creative development of their own rendition of The Rainforest Circus—Submerged, Read more…

Canada Day Celebrations on Gabriola!

The Gabriola Arts Council is happy to be partnering with the Village Food Market to make the Canada Day event one to remember! Parade! Music! BBQ by donation! Kids Corner! Cash bar! Fun times to be had!

And check out the little Shaw TV feature! 

Thank you to the Department of Canadian Heritage for supporting this event.