Whistler is home to a vibrant culture and arts community and solidified its position as an arts and cultural destination with the opening of the Audain Art Museum in March 2016.
The Cultural Connector route is a scenic pathway and bikeway that links six significant cultural institutions in Whistler and identifies noteworthy points and anecdotes.
The RMOW launched the Public Art Program in 1996 to create art in public spaces. Learn about the artwork created by the municipality and private sector.
The RMOW and the Vancouver Symphony Society entered into an agreement to create and develop the Vancouver Symphony Orchestral Institute at Whistler starting summer 2015.
The RMOW and Emily Carr University of Art + Design have signed an agreement to develop a Summer Satellite Studio program in Whistler modelled on Emily Carr’s successful Summer Institute offered in Vancouver.
The RMOW partnered with the Chip and Shannon Wilson School of Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) to establish the Whistler Design Experience.
Whistler’s Community Cultural Plan guides the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s (RMOW) pursuit of arts, culture and heritage opportunities. Download the plan and learn about its development.
Through the Festivals, Events and Animation (FE&A) Program, the RMOW provides a robust lineup of events and festivals that brings Whistler Village to life year round.