Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind COVID-safe community and interactive art festival! Your festival pass provides you with access to our interactive map, the latest information on our new murals, a new recorded audio discovery experience, and the schedule for five days of pop-up performances.
Proceeds from ticket sales enable us to pay artists for their wonderful contributions to the festival and our commuinity.
If you can, please consider purchasing a extra ticket for someone in need.
Thank you for supporting the local arts community!
Join us November 1st from 5:30-8pm for an enchanting fall experience celebrating the artistry of local pumpkin carvers. Bring your jack o'lantern for display along the paths in Summit Park for the whole neighbourhood to enjoy!
There may be a surprise performance when you get to the tower! We ask that groups maintain physical distance.
Recommended donation of $2-5 to cover the cost of removing the pumpkins for composting.
Making the world a better place, one art project at a time.
Alter Arts Society is a registered non-profit organization.
Alter Arts Society is a registered non-profit organization and community initiative by and for artists located on the stolen lands of the Lək̓ʷəŋən people.
As uninvited visitors to these territories, we respectfully seek opportunities to unlearn oppressive, colonial practices that we have benefited from, and to follow the lead of Indigenous elders in stewarding these lands. We are committed to questioning existing power structures, and supporting the decolonization of our society and institutions and Indigenous self-determination however we can.