About the Arts Centre
Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:30p.m.
Saturday/Sunday 10:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Please call for holiday hours.
Arts Coordinator: Camyar Chaichian
Arts Programmer: Melanie Burner
Arts Leader: Jennifer Kita
Visit the Activities and Events page for information on upcoming events.
About the Arts Centre
work with creativity, play with knowledge, live with imagination
The Richmond Arts Centre is the City of Richmond's Arts education and creation hub for courses, events, organizations and artists. Located on the second floor of the Richmond Cultural Centre, the Richmond Arts Centre shares its vibrant location with the Richmond Library, Richmond Museum, Richmond Archives and the Richmond Art Gallery. Our amenities include dance, performance, music, painting, printmaking, pottery, fabric arts, sound and lapidary studios.
The aim of the Richmond Arts Centre is to make the Arts accessible to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Check out our various programs and projects:
Arts Education Program which is made up of a variety courses that cover a broad spectrum of Arts practice. The courses range from introductory levels to more advanced explorations. Taught by accomplished Artist Instructors, we strive to program classes that reflect community interests and adhere to the best teaching practices.
Arts in the Community initiatives which consist of critically acclaimed events that take place on site or throughout different neighbourhoods in the City. The Arts Centre is also home to a number of local Resident Art Groups and connects the Arts with communities around Richmond.
For details on specific times and dates of our courses and events access the following resources:
- View the Recreation and Culture Guide available online
- Visit us at the Richmond Cultural Centre, 7700 Minoru Gate, 604-247-8300
- Call the Registration Call Centre at 604-276-4300
The Richmond Arts Centre, as part of the Community Services Department, is one of the many reasons Richmond is becoming internationally recognized as one of the healthiest and most vibrant places to work, play and live.
2012 Arts Update
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