hiwus Feasthouse Art

An Interactive First Nations-themed Art Program

Gather in an authentic Pacific Northwest Feasthouse for a day of creativity - hear stories from a Squamish Elder, and prepare to drum, dance, sing, and paint a team canvas inspired by First Nation's spirit animals.

Program Objectives

  • Explore the team’s skills and attributes. 
  • Create a positive atmosphere of fun and camaraderie.
  • Encourage managed risk-taking.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Better awareness of the skills and intellectual resources within your team. 
  • End product can be used in rebranding process.
  • Strong relationships, trust and communication lines formed through a common bonding experience. 
  • Promotes creative and inventive thinking. 
  • Your team will discover spontaneity and humour - within themselves and each other. 
  • Increased ability to combine thoughts and ideas in new ways. 
  • Recognition and expansion of intuitive abilities. Gets your team to step outside their usual comfort zone. 
  • Ability to examine issues from new perspectives. 
  • More effective collaboration.

Info & Booking

Group size: 15-80 

Physical impact: low

Program length: half-day (3-4 hours)

Availability: year-round

Bookings include program equipment and materials, facilitation and Skyride admission.

Recommended enhancements: add a private session with one of our experienced Wildlife Ranger or a Snowshoe and Fondue (winter).

Contact us or call 604.980.9311.


Please be aware, due to inclement weather and high winds the Skyride, Chalet facilities, Downhill Area and all Outdoor Activities will be on standby for the remainder of the day. Please check back after 6am for our operating status and up-to-date snow report!