Last Chance to Experience the Art of Conservation this Weekend!

Enjoy the world's top conservation-themed exhibit of original paintings and sculptures, five documentary films about art and conservation, special lectures by Guy Combes, Rob Butler, Kelly Dodge, Pat & Rosemarie Keough, live painting demos, adult art workshop by Guy Combes, interactive drumming workshops and kids art table all happening this weekend. It's a family affair for all ages. Don't miss this opportunity to experience the art of conservaiton on our last weekend!

Top 10 Reasons to Visit the AFC Festival at Grouse Mountain - between October 13 - 21st

  1. Be the first to see Robert Bateman's new painting created for the festival. 
  2. Enjoy and take home artwork from the world's top nature art exhibit for conservation. 
  3. See some of the world's foremost artists demonstrating their art form. 
  4. Celebrate nature and art and purchase a limited edition print and raffle tickets.
  5. Rub elbows and meet some of the world's most recognized wildlife and nature artists. 
  6. Attend Adult Art Workshops and learn first-hand from visiting international Masters. 
  7. Listen to lectures by leading artists and naturalists. 
  8. Be the first to see our 2nd documentary about art and conservation in Africa's Rift Valley. 
  9. Learn about wildlife and habitat conservation through art. 
  10. Experience and immerse in nature and art at one of Vancouver's most spectacular destinations. 

The AFC Festival will be open daily from 10am to 10pm from October 13 - 21st.

Be sure to check the AFC Festival schedule for detailed events information. The AFC festival is included with Grouse Mountain general admission with special festival discounted rates.

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