Wanderlust 2016 tickets now on sale 

Arts News: Audain posts art collection online, TUPs for artists, Whistler Junglists launch music series

click to enlarge PHOTO BY MIKE CRANE/TOURISM WHISTLER - Yoga galore Wanderlust returns to Whistler in 2016 with workshops, music and speakers.
  • Photo by Mike Crane/Tourism Whistler
  • Yoga galore Wanderlust returns to Whistler in 2016 with workshops, music and speakers.

Tickets for Wanderlust Whistler 2016 are now on sale.

The five-day mindful living and yoga festival will take place in the resort from July 28 to Aug. 1.

The full schedule can be seen at www.wanderlust.com. Tickets can also be purchased on the website.

Activities and workshops include meditation, hikes and runs, slacklining, speakers and various types of yoga.

Known for its entertainment, which last year included musician Michael Franti and his band Spearhead, Wanderlust Whistler performers include Jose Gonzalez, MC Yogi, Steel Pulse, Masood Ali Khan, Rafe Pearlman and DJ Drez.

This is the festival's fifth year.

Audain posts art collection online

Ahead of its opening in March, the Audain Art Museum has digitized its entire collection of over 300 works of art.

Searches through the collection can be filtered by artist, time period and location.

The museum will include historical and modern indigenous art, works of Canadian masters like Emily Carr, Bill Reid and Lawren Harris, and contemporary artists of international repute such as Jeff Wall.

The official gala which takes place on Saturday, March 5, is now sold out. The event takes place at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler and follows the ribbon cutting of the new $35-million gallery.

To see the Audain Art Museum collection visit www.audainartmuseum.com.

TUPs for artists available in March

Whistler artists with already-established home-based studios will be able to apply for temporary use permits (TUPs) in March.

Those with home studios prior to Nov. 17 will be eligible to apply for the permits, which cost $750 and cover a three-year period.

New studios can apply after a year.

Whistler council adopted the bylaw covering the change at their Jan. 26 meeting.

Whistler Junglists mix series launched

The Whistler Junglists has launched a mix series that gets its members' tracks out to the public.

Two series have been released so far. Episode 1 features the 14 drum and bass tracks by U.K.-Whistler DJ Jamanji. The second episode has 21 tracks by U.K.-Whistler DJ Vixate. To check out the music visit www.whistlerjunglists.com.

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