Art of the Pacific Northwest On the Edge of the World

 

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Vancouver Island's wild west coast, is home to many First Nations, and the history, language and land is held in the beauty, tradition, and evolution of our art. The West Coast nations of the island are known as Nuu-chah-nulth, which translates loosely to "all along the mountains and sea" The Majority of the art in Cedar House Gallery is Nuu-chah-nulth, made from local artists. We are honoured to be guests and to be located on the territory of the Ucluelet First Nations, in Ucluelet, BC

All photography provided by Hjalmer Wenstob

 
 

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Our goal is to be able to create a space of community, and creation, where we can hold and host beautiful local art, as well as a studio space to be able to share art and story

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We are located in Ucluelet, BC, at 1645 Cedar Rd. right by the government dock in the Whiskey Landing building. 

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