Artists for Conservation (AFC) Festival on Grouse Mountain North Vancouver

Event Details

Grouse Mountain

The Artists for Conservation (AFC) Festival returns to Grouse Mountain this year. This event is a must for art and nature lovers alike.

The Artists for Conservation Festival is a 10-day international art, environmental and educational festival where you can not only see world class art, but you can talk to the masters, attend workshops and watch live demonstrations all atop scenic Grouse Mountain.

While the most AFC festival activities are free of charge, Grouse Mountain general admissions apply.

All registered programs have very limited space and require advanced registration.

World Class Art Exhibit:

To raise funds and awareness for conservation, Artists for Conservation will be hosting an exhibition of the world’s top conservation-themed nature and wildlife art. This art show will include over 80 original works for art for sale. Get more info on the Art Exhibit.

Lectures & Presentations:

There will be art workshops for all ages, live painting demonstrations and guest lecturers. Ten days of inspiring art and environmental education with master artists, sharing their techniques and perspectives on art, nature, and their conservation work. Get more info and check daily program schedule.

Artists for Conservation:

Artists for Conservation Foundation (AFC) is the world’s leading group of artists supporting the environment. Founded in 1997, the non-profit organization comprises a membership of 500 of the world’s most gifted nature artists. Dedicated to nurture, promote and leverage its world-class community of artists in support of our natural world, AFC drives its mission through three key programs: Art & Environmental Education; Field Work & Research; and Artist Development. The Artists for Conservation Festival is AFC’s annual flagship initiative to showcase, support and further these programs.

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