Gallery at The Cultch

Cultch Gallery
1895 Venables Street Vancouver, BC V5L 2H6 [Map Link]

The Gallery at The Cultch is a community focused space dedicated to providing progressive art to the residents of Vancouver’s East Side. It consists of two spaces, the Cafe Hallway and Lobby, and exhibits 20 – 30 artists every year. Like The Cultch itself, The Gallery’s mandate is to contribute to the enrichment of our city and community’s social and cultural life. Our particular goal is to create a strong visual art presence in the area and to engage the community with new contemporary art from established and emerging artists.

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Photo taken by roaming-the-planet


Current Exhibit

May 31 – Jun 25, 2016
Works by Silmara Albi, Carol McQuaid, and Faber Neifer
Silmara Albi-2

Silmara Albi:

I’ve been photographing the changing world of cinemas in British Columbia. The work is a documentation of movie theatres throughout the province during an era that sees traditional 35mm film projection giving way to digital technology.
Caol McQuaid-2
Carol McQuaid: I love creating cityscapes. The energy of a city excites me, and I find trying to capture that in a combination of printmaking and watercolour really satisfying. I like how each phase of the process is so markedly different, and allows me to use a different skillset.
Faber Neifer-2
Faber Neifer: My photographic practice engages the land and the city through my camera. My latest series, This Must Be the Place, is a documentation of my home city of Vancouver.




Gallery Hours

Monday- Saturday: 12-4
Sunday: Closed
Open 1 hour prior to performances.
Or go to the box office to gain access to the gallery during regular gallery hours

The Cultch is completely wheelchair accessible.



The Gallery at The Cultch exhibition season 2016/2017

To be announced!



How to exhibit with The Cultch

The Gallery at The Cultch is no longer taking submissions for it’s 2016/17 exhibition season. The next “call for artists” will be be announced in 2017.




To be added to our artist mailing list, and receive information about upcoming exhibits and the annual call to artists, email