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.