Gallery at The Cultch

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 30 – 40 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.

To purchase art from the gallery or to receive gallery updates from The Gallery at The Cultch, please contact us at

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2017-18 Exhibition Schedule

August 7 – September 2     A group exhibition from The Art Studios

September 4 – 30     A solo exhibition of works by Wendy D

October 2 – November 4     Works by Ben Roback and Myriam Steinberg

November 6 – 25     “Lit” / Eastside Culture Crawl Group Exhibition

November 27 – December 30     Works by Katherine Bergeron and Dave Righton

January 2 – 27, 2018     Works by Valerie Arntzen and Sally Clark

January 29 – February 24     Works by Gordon Hughes and Gillian Richards

March 5 – 31     Works by Heather MacNeil and Lan Yao

April 2 – 28     Works by Terra Poirier and Gregg Steffensen

April 30 – May 26     A group exhibition from the IGNITE! Youth Run Festival

May 28 – June 23     Works by Joy Hanser and Krista Johnson


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.


How to exhibit with The Cultch

We are currently scheduled through June 2018.

Our next Call for Artists will be posted on our website in early 2018.

If you have any questions or if you want to be added to our mailing list contact:

Gallery Coordinator Yuri Arajs at


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