Refracted Mystic Topaz by Kristofir Dean, courtesy of Ian Tan Gallery

South Granville Art Walk



Event is over.


Galleries, Forums & Talks

The galleries of the South Granville Gallery Association (SGGA) invite everyone to join in the ArtWalk. Stop in for an hour or spend the whole day. With no shortage of events and places to visit, we guarantee you will stay much longer than expected.

Vancouverites and visitors are all invited to this fabulous, creative event, where they can wander up and down South Granville Street, and the adjoining avenues, and partake in artist talks, see artist demos, have refreshments, visit pop-up shops, and attend over 10 different art exhibitions, all on Saturday, June 16th, 2018 from 10am-5pm.

With the diverse range of galleries on the row, there is truly a medium, style and artwork for everyone.

This year, participating galleries include:

Uno Langmann Limited
Kimoto Gallery
Elissa Cristall Gallery
Petley Jones Gallery
Heffel Fine Art Auction House
Ian Tan Gallery
Douglas Reynolds Gallery
Marion Scott Gallery
Kurbatoff Gallery
Bau-Xi Gallery

For a growing schedule of activities during ArtWalk visit:

Thank you to our sponsors:

Preview Magazine Guide to Galleries + Museums
South Granville Business Improvement Association

About South Granville's Gallery Row

Today, South Granville has the highest concentration of fine art galleries in Vancouver, its legacy as gallery row is cemented as it continues to thrive a half century since its founding. Several new galleries have moved into the area since our first ArtWalk, adding to our reputation as the only area in the city where one can tour the full breadth of artwork available in Vancouver. Our galleries offer a diverse range of art including: Canadian and International conceptual, European modernism and old masters, historical and emerging Canadian art including photography as well as two galleries devoted to First Nations and Inuit work. The special events organized for this one-day-only affair draw art enthusiasts and collectors alike out to admire works by seasoned masters and to discover emerging young talents.