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Art for Charity at Black Tusk

A red cedar eagle sculpture, currently on display at the Black Tusk Gallery, has been donated by artist William Watts to non-profit organization Zero Ceiling.

The two-foot sculpture is being displayed in the gallery until it sells. The piece is priced at $450 with all proceeds going to Zero Ceiling – an organization that reaches out to at-risk and disadvantaged youth by bringing them to Whistler to receive training as ski and snowboard instructors.

Zero Ceiling is also hosting a fundraising evening during the upcoming Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival on Friday, April 8. The event will feature photos by Ilja Herb, Ian Hylands and Sterling Lorence and a short documentary film by Andrew Naysmith on a mountain biking trip to Morocco. For more information about Zero Ceiling go to

Gutmann in for April

The upstairs gallery space at MY Millennium Place will be displaying Outta Sight – eclectic photographic works in found-objects, handmade frames by Whistler resident Arne Gutmann throughout the month of April.

Gutmann will kick off the exhibition with a reception starting at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 1, featuring a semi-formal red and black dress theme and DJs.

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