Whistler’s rich collection of public art is displayed throughout Whistler Village, Whistler’s parks, the Valley Trail and more.
The public art program was established in 1996, and today includes a total of 55 public and private art pieces showcased throughout the community.
Other ways to learn about Whistler’s public art:
- Take a virtual tour of the Public Art in Whistler Village.
- Download the Whistler Village Tour Map and Whistler Valley Tour Map.
- View interpretive signage on site that briefly describes each piece.
- Access an audio application at 604-935-8215 and listen to a description about each piece using its three-digit ID number..
The public art program issues periodic calls to artists to submit proposals for specific projects, including the Poet’s Pause poetry competition and the Street Banner Art program.
Featured art: A Timeless Circle by Susan Point
A Timeless Circle by internationally renowned artist Susan Point was unveiled in Whistler Village in March 2016.
A Timeless Circle is a multifaceted bronze sculpture that was awarded through a public competition by the community’s Public Art Committee to celebrate Whistler’s involvement in the 2010 Winter Games.
A Timeless Circle is on display beside the Maury Young Arts Centre (formerly Millennium Place) at 4335 Blackcomb Way.