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[vc_separator type="transparent" thickness="5"] We often say that the beauty of this land is “untouched”. Vast mountains, rivers, creatures, and forests served up for people to visit, live and play on. But it is not untouched, rather it has been touched so very well, cared for by...

Experience the feature Unceded Photography Exhibition at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre in Whistler this winter through October 8, 2023. UNCEDED: S7ULH TEMÍXW / TI TMICWKÁLHA / OUR LAND - A photographic Journey into Belonging. ...

Gallery 3: February 15 – May 23, 2022  The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is proud to host Our Living Languages: First Peoples’ Voices in BC, a travelling exhibition. The interactive exhibition from the Royal BC Museum in partnership with the First Peoples’ Cultural Council, showcases the...

Gallery 2 - September 30th, 2021 - Spring, 2022 Reflect, Recognize, Grow After a class-action lawsuit with the government of Canada, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was formed as a means of reckoning with the devastating legacy of forced assimilation and abuse left by the residential school...

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....