About the Arts Centre
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180-7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond, BC V6Y 1R9
For more information contact:
For General Information: 604-247-8300
See our location: Cultural Facilities Map
Download the Arts Line-Up to view all of our upcoming courses and events:
Winter 2020 Arts Line-Up
Program Manager, Community Cultural Development: Camyar Chaichian
Arts Programmer: Loryn LeGear
Arts Programmer: Todd Evanger
Acting Arts Leader: Greg Chin
Acting Arts Leader: Kelly Zhong
About the Arts Centre
The Richmond Arts Centre provides high-quality arts education opportunities in a wide variety of disciplines, including visual arts, dance and movement, music and theatre. The Centre is also home to 12 local arts organizations known as the Resident Art Groups.
The vision for the Richmond Arts Centre is to be the hub of artistic opportunity within Richmond, activating and inspiring artists and community members to connect through the arts. The creative contributions of Richmond residents, through dance, theatre or visual arts have a significant positive impact on community health and celebrate the vibrancy of Richmond as a diverse and dynamic city.
The Richmond Arts Centre is also home to the Children's Arts Festival and hosts the Bamboo Theatre and Cinevolution Media Arts, components of the Richmond World Festival. Located on the second floor of the Richmond Cultural Centre, the Richmond Arts Centre shares its vibrant location with the Richmond Library, Richmond Museum, Richmond Archives and the Richmond Art Gallery.
For details on specific times and dates of courses and events, access the following resources:
- View the Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide available online
- Visit the Richmond Cultural Centre, 7700 Minoru Gate, 604-247-8300
- Call the Registration Call Centre at 604-276-4300
The Richmond Arts Centre, as part of the Community Services Department, is one of the many reasons Richmond is becoming internationally-recognized as one of the healthiest and most vibrant places to work, play and live.
Watch the 2019 Arts Update Video
Arts Services Year in Review 2019
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