Gallery Events and News  


Now Showing

The Art of Seeing
May 4th - May 28th

One of the joys of photography is learning to not only see the amazing world around us, but capturing and sharing it in meaningful ways. We are happy to present these visions and observations captured by the Abbotsford Photo Arts Club's vision in “The Art of Seeing”.

Opening Reception
Saturday May 4th, 2019
6 pm - 8 pm

Image: Cascade Creek Obsidian - Rick Wautier

Coming Soon

Indigenous Awareness Art Exhibition

June 1st - June 25th

The Abbotsford Arts Council is honored to present the Indigenous Awareness Art Exhibition, an opportunity for the community to learn about Indigenous  Arts, Culture, History, and Traditions. 

This exhibition was curated in collaboration with:

Cedar, Sage & Sweetgrass

Indigenous Arts Group

Image: Grandfather Sun - Andrew Drexel



Indigenous Performers Night

Saturday June 8, 7 pm – 9 pm

We are so excited to kick off our Mill Lake Music Concert Series with a pre-event concert for Aboriginal Arts and Culture Day, 2019. Join us for an awesome evening of performances by Indigenous Hip Hop artists with a message of Anti-Bullying.

THEN on Sunday, June 9th pop by the Trethewey House for the event!  We will have bannock by Stó:lō Bannock by donation and delicious coffee drinks for sale by Spirit Bear Coffee Company. 

Bring a blanket or chair and the whole family and enjoy a lovely evening of learning and culture!


2019 Mill Lake Music Concert Series 

Kariton Art Gallery - Mill Lake Park 
Every Saturday 7pm-9pm June 8th- August 31

The series connects the talents of local musicians 
with members of the community in Mill Lake Park throughout the summer.

Call for Artists!

Anonymous Show

Call for Artist Submissions Now Open

Coming June 29th to July 30th is our yearly fundraiser “Anonymous.”  

This exhibition is an opportunity to raise funds for the programs initiated by the Abbotsford Arts Council that support arts in our community. 

Fill in your application here.


Say it With Flowers 

Call for Artist Submissions Now Open 

Exhibition Aug 3 – Sept 3 

Are you an artist whose work is inspired by flowers? Your sculpture, metalwork, textile art, painting, photography, print media, or even floral arranging will all be eligible to apply. This exhibition is an opportunity to raise funds for the programs initiated by the Abbotsford Arts Council that support arts in our community.

Fill in your application here.


Vending Opportunities

Are you a local artisan interested in 
vending opportunities in 2019? 

Check out these links!


The Kariton needs 

Volunteer Gallery Attendants!

Do you have some spare time and would like to 

spend it within the community?

Please let us know by: