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It’s a rare opportunity for teachers and students alike. In an age where the fragility of our ecosystem is at the forefront of dinner table conversation and international treaty development, artists are making a difference. Artists for Conservation has partnered with Grouse Mountain to bring their 2011 international event to Vancouver, BC (last year’s event was in New York). This year’s Festival has a unique education program that provides students in grades 3-12 the opportunity to interact with world renowned artists one-to-one. Given that Artists for Conservation is a limited time engagement, registration for this very unique opportunity is limited.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to insight and motivate your students with curriculum-relevant content that inspires future learning, art appreciation and activism. Upon registration, you will be sent an Adventures in Art and Environment curriculum package. This package has been developed by a teacher and will provide an extensive outline and handouts that can be used in class both pre- and post-festival. 

Contact Grouse Mountain at 604.980.9311 or email to book your group. For further information and additional program detail, click here or call our Wildlife Education department at 604.998.4257.


Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 17th, our Chalet facilities will be closing at 4pm (with last food & beverage seatings at 3pm) due to a private event. The Rusty Rail BBQ, BeaverTails and The Grizzly Bear Lookout Café  will remain open. Additionally, a licenced BBQ will be available in the mountaintop Plaza for added outdoor dining enjoyment. Look for on-site signage providing direction to the Theatre in the Sky and washrooms.