About the North Shore Art Crawl

The North Shore Art Crawl is a free community event that celebrates the creative energy of local artists. The event features artists in approachable venues all throughout the North Shore, inviting community to engage with and learn about their practices. The North Shore Art Crawl energizes and inspires community through uplifting the arts.

North Shore Art Crawl Host Venue Information

Event dates:

Friday, October 13 (Optional): 7pm – 9pm

Saturday, October 14: 11am – 5pm (or 12pm – 6pm for breweries, cideries, distilleries and wineries)

Sunday, October 15: 11am – 5pm (or 12pm – 6pm for breweries, cideries, distilleries and wineries)


Early September: Participant webpages will go live and marketing campaign begins.

September 12: This is the tentative date we have set aside for artists to come by CityScape Community ArtSpace, located at 335 Lonsdale Avenue, to pick up promotional materials, including posters and the printed brochures, as well as lawn signs, for those who ordered them. The artists you are hosting will stop by sometime in the following week to drop off promotional matierals. A confirmed date will be sent out in early September.

October 13-15: North Shore Art Crawl!


You can contact our Events and Community Development Manager, Katherine, for support leading up to and during the Art Crawl.

Email: katherine@northvanarts.ca

Phone: 604-988-6844

In-person: CityScape Community ArtSpace, 335 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, V7V 2G3. Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm.

Please note Katherine will be on holiday September 15 – October 2.  Other members of North Van Arts’ staff team will be able to support you during this time.

About the 2023 North Shore Art Crawl

In its 13th year running, the North Shore Art Crawl partners with local galleries, community centres, and businesses to invite the public to celebrate the talent of local artists by viewing their works and learning about their passions. This annual event is made memorable and unique by the wide range of media displayed by the artists, including textiles, jewelry, pottery, graphic design, sculpture, painting, glass, and photography.