The City of Revelstoke is home to over 20 public works of art spread across our beautiful mountain town. Public art can be found in the community centre, nature trails and public walkways, in parks and shopping plazas. Each piece is an original, one-of-a-kind work that is specifically created to reflect and express Revelstoke’s local heritage, culture and environment.
Click here to download Revelstoke's Public Art Walk map and take yourself on a self-guided art tour
LUNA is an arts festival which brings art and energy to the streets of Revelstoke. Opening on September 29th from 6 pm until Midnight, the festival will run until September 30th, 2018.
LUNA visitors have 6 hours to discover over 40 art installations selectively placed within the downtown core, enhanced with music, food, performances, and business events which will run concurrently during the evening. Installations may appear in shop windows, empty spaces, alleyways and unexpected places as the familiar is transformed into something new and fantastic.