Local Colour & Sound.
No matter what time of the year you visit, you'll find a show, exhibit, festival or cultural event to invigorate your senses.*
The Kelowna Art Gallery is located in the heart of Kelowna's Cultural District and showcases a variety of local, national and international exhibitions. The gallery has a wide selection of public programs for all ages and offers a unique and elegant space as an event venue.
The Rotary Centre for the Arts is also located in the Cultural District and provides space for artists, musicians, dancers and actors to gather, practice and perform. The 332-seat Mary Irwin Theatre, inside the Centre and the 879-seat Kelowna Community Theatre, plays host to artists in the performing and visual arts. Exceptional artwork can also be found in a collection of interesting galleries located beyond the Cultural District.
All around Kelowna, one can find galleries to explore from along Bernard Street to down in the Mission. Head to the edge of town and enjoy indoor and outdoor art by internationally acclaimed artist Geert Maas. Featuring over 350 artworks, sculptures, paintings, and one of the largest collections of bronze sculptures in Canada.
*To protect the health and safety of the public, COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings have been implemented, meaning large-scale public events and festivals have been postponed or cancelled. Restrictions are also in place in other arts and entertainment spaces. We recommend consulting businesses' websites and social media channels, or contacting them directly, to understand the COVID-19 protocols that are in place.
Please view the filters below to see which art & entertainment businesses are open for business. It is also recommended to call or plan ahead before visiting, as operations and procedures may have changed.