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Artists for Conservation Festival - Pacific Coast Portraits Exhibit

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Maplewood Flats

North Vancouver, BC



Offered in English and French.

Wheelchair accessible.


The "Pacific Coast Portraits" exhibit is a curated exhibit of artworks by local members of Artists for Conservation (AFC), and an official exhibit of the 2019 Artists for Conservation Festival, in partnership with the Wild Bird Trust of BC (WBT).

The exhibit will showcase the giclée print artwork, primarily of Vancouver-area AFC artists, featuring local wildlife and wild places, with a special emphasis on birds of the Pacific coast. The exhibit aims to celebrate bird life and biodiversity in the region, and to inform viewers about local bird species and their habitats.



Artists for Conservation International Foundation

Artists for Conservation (AFC) is the world’s leading group of artists dedicated to supporting the environment. Founded in 1997, AFC represents many of the world's most celebrated names in the nature/wildlife art genre among a dedicated membership of professional and emerging artists from nearly 30 countries. AFC is a driving force in a global artistic movement supporting conservation and education. The Artists for Conservation Festival in Vancouver, is the organization's flagship event with special emphasis and highlighting of local visual and performing artists. Through international art exhibits, collaborative art-science expeditions, annual festival, awards, publications, and online initiatives, AFC informs and inspires the public to conserve our natural heritage. Among its membership, AFC serves to foster artistic excellence and empower passionate artists as effective ambassadors for the environment.