On Aboriginal Day, former Pique news correspondent Jesse Ferreras posted 15 Stunning Works of Aboriginal Art on Huffington Post. It’s a pretty great virtual art tour.
Today, in honour of Canada Day, why not take a Sea to Sky jaunt, with the help of the newly formed Sea to Sky Arts Councils, an alliance of art-aficionados and enablers from Lions Bay, Bowen Island, Squamish, Whistler, and Pemberton who are collaborating to try and make our region more artful, soulful and fun to visit.
To showcase their new website, they are running a virtual Scavenger Hunt – a trivia contest that invites you to stop by the 5 member Councils websites, to win an awesome prize package.
The contest is running June 12th through September 8th, on the new Sea to Sky Arts Council’s website, www.seatoskyarts.ca.
The winner will be chosen by a random draw on September 9th, 2015.
Known worldwide for its breathtaking natural environment and views, the Sea to Sky corridor has become a benchmark for adventure tourism. The Sea to Sky Arts Councils: Bowen Island, Lions Bay, Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton was formed to support artists and arts and cultural events within each respective community and along the Sea to Sky Corridor.