Stay tuned for our Fall auction in support of future Youth Art projects!
Online Show: July 23 – August 2, 2021
Celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2021, the Sooke Fine Arts Show provides the opportunity for the finest artists from Vancouver Island and BC’s coastal islands to showcase and sell their work.
World Class Island Art
Sooke Fine Arts Show
The Sooke Fine Arts Show provides the opportunity for the finest artists from Vancouver Island and BC’s coastal islands to showcase and sell their work each summer. The Show will celebrate its 35th anniversary in 2021, and is Vancouver Island’s longest-running juried fine art show. The 2021 Show runs from July 23 – August 2.
The show offers a variety of events over its 11-day run. It all kicks off with an opening night (“Purchasers’ Preview Event”) on July 22, 2021, where keen art lovers will have the first glimpse at our 2021 gallery. Once the show opens on July 23, guests may enjoy a variety of video artist demonstrations, live talks, music links, and kids activities.
The Island’s Premier
Summer Arts Event
People’s choice award winner
2021 People’s Choice Award Winner
“Growth in Confinement” by Lainey Thompson
Designers’ Choice award winner
2021 Designers’ Choice Award Winner
“Isadora Arabesque” by Sheena McCorquodale
Become a member
Join the Sooke Fine Arts Society! Members are kept up-to-date of Society events throughout the year, are entitled to vote at the Society’s Annual General Meeting held at the end of October, and receive a 10% discount in the Gallery Gift Shop during the live Sooke Fine Arts Show. Memberships are payable via the button below, by emailing the SFAS office & providing a credit card over the phone, or by cheque to:
Sooke Fine Arts Society
PO Box 471
Sooke, BC V9Z 1H4
Please consider donating to our charity along with your membership. A donation will help support affordable programs that bring the arts into our community.
Our 2021 Sponsors
2168 Phillips Rd
The Sooke Fine Arts Society respectfully acknowledges the traditional territory of the T’Sou-ke First Nation, upon whose land we gather in celebration of the arts.