The intentional use of space, surface and shadow to create artistic flow is unique to sculpture. An “off the wall” experience of sculpture’s three-dimensional nature can be both exciting and challenging, and Whistler’s art galleries are at the forefront of showcasing the work of some of Canada’s finest sculptors.
As winter rolls around, doesn’t the idea of gathering around the fire with a warming whisky cocktail sound perfect? Deliciously grown-up and made for slow sipping and long chats, whisky-based cocktails
From an Italian restaurant to a globally renowned farm-to-table fine dining destination, Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar has been at the heart of Whistler’s culinary community for 40 years.
No matter the season, the lure of fire-cooked food is always tempting. Maybe there’s something deep in our DNA — a siren song to our inner cave man or woman — that makes us drool when fire-grilled foods are on the menu. So, whether it’s meat, fish or even veggies on the grill, indulge that desire with a selection of flame-kissed favourites from these Whistler chefs.
When you think of Whistler, images of majestic mountains covered in deep, fresh powder and an endless variety of runs carved by skiers and snowboarders from all over the world are instantly conjured up in your mind’s eye. Oh, but Canada’s favourite outdoor recreation mecca off
A floor-to-ceiling black and white photograph of a man in a flannel shirt greets visitors to the Audain Art Museum’s ground-breaking exhibition Riopelle: The Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures. The man leans against the
Whistler truly has something for everyone — terrific outdoor adventures, world-leading attractions such as the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, varied and vibrant dining and nightlife offerings, incredible artistic and cultural events… and