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Boarder X May 27  - September 22, 2021 The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre presents Boarder X, a compilation of interdisciplinary contemporary art by Indigenous artists from across Canada who surf, skate and snowboard. Boarder X presents these practices as challenges to conformity and status quo, demonstrating knowledge...

Noisecat's initial concept sketch. In conjunction with representing his feature solo exhibition Sqātsza7 Tmicw – Father Land, Ed Archie NoiseCat was an artist in residence in 2020 for the summer carving of a twenty-foot cedar pole with Lil'wat apprentice Qawam Redmond Andrews. Located on our Mezzanine Patio,...

Part II of Spo7ez Workhouse (2017 exhibit), the Summer Regalia Series is an extension of the union of our two Nations....

Beginning in August 2020, the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre hosted a feature artist exhibition in our temporary gallery space. Sqātsza7 Tmicw – Father Land, displayed a collection of art pieces that showcased the multi-disciplinary genres of Ed Archie NoiseCat that include limited edition print, woodcarving, metalwork...

The AMBASSADORS Exhibition highlights the strong connection between our cultures, our centre, and each other....

EXHIBIT OVERVIEW: What we do today, will someday be traditional. The Spo7ez Workhouse showcases the Squamish and Lil’wat Nation’s living cultures of Regalia Making. Witness the creative process of building our Culture Performance Team’s new Regalia. This is a project that connects us to our past. View our current regalia,...

The exhibition introduces visitors to residential schools but it does not tell the whole story. It is a starting for the students that attended the schools to tell their story. The exhibition promotes public awareness understanding and education of the history and legacy of residential...

We treasure all the teachings from our Elders. We are proud to walk in their footsteps. Our permanent exhibit is dedicated to the core of our culture; ceremony, language, regalia, and stories told through different mediums....

Our stone tools are a direct link to our Ancestors. They are passed from one generation to the next. You will see a variety of objects crafted thousands of years ago by our professionals. This work provided physical and spiritual protection to enable us to...