The 2022 LIVE Sooke Fine Arts Show takes place at the SEAPARC Leisure Complex, 2168 Phillips Rd in Sooke July 22-Aug 1, 2022. 

July 22 – August 1



The show opens at 10am daily, July 22- August 1.
The closes at 7pm daily, except:
– July 23 – closes at 5pm
– August 1 – closes at 5pm
– July 28 – open until 9pm for M-ART-ket night



Adult (18-64) – $15
Senior (65+) – $10
Children & Youth (17 and under) – Free

More info on other event prices 


Main Gallery

The Main Gallery houses ~380 works of original island art from artists living on BC’s coastal islands. The list of exhibiting artists in the 2022 show will be available to view on June 10.

Art can be purchased in-person at the Art Sales desk, or by calling the desk during show hours.

Youth Art Gallery

The Youth Art Gallery houses art from emerging young artists in our region. All artists are from high-school or home-schooled students in our region (School District 62).

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Daily Demos, Talks, & Tours

Each day, some of the show’s exhibiting artists share their skills & techniques through live demonstrations, talks and engaging docent tours.

The Demos/Talks/Tours Schedule will be available to view here mid-July


Each day of the show features live music from talented musicians in our region.

The Music Schedule will be available to view here mid-July

Gallery Gift Shop

The gallery gift shop sells a wide range of unique hand-crafted items from artists exhibiting in the show. The shop includes cards, small paintings, clothing, jewelry, ceramics, and much more.

The gift shop is open the same hours as the show. All items sold in the gift shop are final sale.


There will be a small bistro on-site each day from 11am – 5pm (tbc), July  22-Aug 1, courtesy of “Coastal Cruisine”. The bistro will be serving simple lunches such as sandwiches, snacks, and baked goods. 

Show Events

This schedule outlines the events for this year’s show.

The Event Schedule will be available to view here mid-July 

Online & Door Sales


Purchase at the door, or here online. Group rates available for 10 or more visitors, please call to arrange booking: 250-642-7256

General Admission

Adult (18-64) – $15
Senior (65+) – $10
Children & Youth (17 and under) – Free

Show Passes

Show Passes are $30 and allow entry every day
(non-transferable/not valid for special events)

Special Events

(Available at the door only)

Family Afternoon – Tuesday July 26, 2022: 2-7pm – $5/adult
M-ART-ket Night – Thursday July 28, 2022: 5-9pm – $5/adult
Children & Youth (17 and under) – Free

Show Hours

Open 10am to 7pm daily

– July 23 and August 1 – closes at 5pm
– July 28 – open until 9pm for M-ART-ket night

Be One of the First

Purchasers’ Preview

Be one of the first of 9,000+ guests to lay eyes on hundreds of original works of fine art! The 2022 show kicks off with an exciting Purchasers’ Preview event on Thursday, July 21 @ 7:00pm – an exclusive, ticketed event that allows early access to the 2022 artworks before the show opens to the public the next day.

Free Park & Shuttle available 5:30pm – 10:30pm at EMCS Community School – 6218 Sooke Rd, Sooke BC, V9Z 0G7.


Tickets are $45 per person and include 2 glasses of wine & hors d’oeurves. All tickets must be purchased in advance of the event – there will be no ticket sales at the door.

Location & Directions

The Sooke Fine Arts Show takes place at SEAPARC Leisure Complex – 2168 Phillips Road, Sooke, BC, V9Z 0Y3. Located just 35 kilometres from Victoria, the harbour town of Sooke overlooks the stunning Olympic mountain range and provides the perfect jumping-off point for visitors to explore the wild side of Vancouver Island’s west coast.

BC Transit: take Bus #61 to Sooke from Victoria, to Phillips Rd bus stop, walk less than 5 mins to the show.

Sooke Fine Arts Gallery


To support the show or specific programs and funds,
please choose from our online donation option or contact us at [email protected] or 250-642-7256.


2168 Phillips Rd
Box 471
Sooke, BC
V9Z 1H4



[email protected]

The Sooke Fine Arts Society respectfully acknowledges the territory of the T’Sou-ke First Nation, upon whose land we gather in celebration of the arts.

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