Cultural Innovation

Abbotsford is city rich in talent, culture, and history.

  • Jun. 24, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Abbotsford is a city rich in talent, culture and history so immerse yourself in a mix of fine arts, entertaining performances and times past. The Reach Gallery Museum is the centre of cultural innovation in the Fraser Valley where residents and visitors can discover local history while opening their minds to new and creative energy.

Contributions from more than 400 artists have been made from within and outside the community, allowing for over 60 shows since opening its doors in 2008. A unique blend of celebrating the past with a celebration of the creative future, it’s a must see for any visitor to Abbotsford.

The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford is both a centre for community use and an inspirational artist destination. Its outstanding design will draw people together to experience the past, interact with the present and dream of the future.

For detailed information about upcoming exhibits and more, visit thereach.ca

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