Pemberton Arts & Culture Council
The Pemberton Arts Council formed in 2006 as a non-profit organization. The Council has grown from 45 original members to close to 100. Membership includes individuals who participate in the visual arts, photography, musicians, dance and theatre, literary arts, culinary arts, textile arts, sculpture, jewelry, interactive arts and individuals who appreciate the arts.
In 2015, the Pemberton Arts Council expanded its mandate to include cultural offers and altered its name to reflect the change. The group is now known as the Pembertons & Culture Council (PACC). Currently PACC hosts two events. The M.A.D.E. (Music Art Dance Expression) event and Mountains of Art. For more information, please visit the Pemberton Arts & Culture Council Website.
Pemberton and Area Cultural Plan
Cultural planning is a process of inclusive community consultation and decision-making that helps local government identify cultural resources and think strategically about how these resources can help a community to achieve its civic goals. It is also a strategic approach that directly and indirectly integrates the community's cultural resources into a wide range of local government planning activities. The Village of Pemberton Council adopted the Pemberton and Area Cultural Plan at Meeting 1291, on Tuesday, November 15, 2011. Download and review the Pemberton and Area Cultural Plan.
The Pemberton Museum collects, preserves and displays artifacts connected with the human history of Pemberton and district. The displays feature: the self-sufficiency of the Lil'wat people before contact with people making their way to the gold fields, the coming of people attracted by gold on the Fraser and some of the physical changes they created in the district, and the lives of the settlers and later residents. The museum is open from May to Sept annually from 10am to 5pm daily, 7 days a week. Guided tours and self guided tours are available. Research requests available year round. Please contact us in advance. The museum site has many ongoing programs and events over the summer including Tea & Tales every Tuesday and Music at the Museum, an all day event featuring some of Pemberton's incredible musicians. For more information, please visit the Pemberton Museum Website.
Regional Economic Impact for Arts, Culture & Heritage: Sea to Sky Corridor