The Burnaby Arts Council is passionate about promoting the arts as a vital component of our city’s culture. We take great pleasure in offering this FREE music concert series and welcome you to the Deer Lake Art Gallery!

 Live at the Gallery is a chance to bring music into the gallery setting, to connect the visual and the musical arts, and the fans of both. This performance seriesis an exciting mix of art and sound! From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled-out beats of local folk bands. Expect the unexpected!

Featured Artists


VOS is an all-female rock band formed in 2019 at Neil Douglas Guitar Shop in New Westminster. The band members are students at New Westminster Secondary who take lessons at the local guitar shop. They play originals and covers of rock songs from the Beatles to Mother Mother. Each member brings unique influences, interests, and talents to the group, inspiring the name Variety of Sound. Since their formation, they have had several performances at established venues, including the Anvil Centre in New West, Deer Lake Gallery in Burnaby, and a VIP dinner at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts with Mayor Mike Hurley and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in attendance.

Parlour Panther

Gritty guitar, immersive synths, and howling vocals – Parlour Panther will devour you with their thunderously dark dream pop. Their anthemic dance hits have bold lyrics and captivating vocals.

With influences like Jungle, St.Vincent, and Sylvan Esso, this self-produced queer duo made their latest sophomore LP Retrograde in their at-home studio. After its release on Coax Records in August ‘21, Retrograde was on! Earshot National Top 50 chart for 12 weeks, featured on CBC’s The Early Edition, and one of Dominionated Magazines Favourite Top Fifty releases of 2021. Retrograde is available on Vinyl, CD, and all listening platforms. This boundary-pushing, binary-breaking duo is based on the unceded Coast Salish Territory in Vancouver, Canada.





Covid-19 Safety Guidelines

As of March 11, 2022 we are still abiding by the following safety guidelines out of caution for our staff, volunteers, facilitators, and participants.

We are still following health & safety guidelines in accordance with our regional and provincial health authorities. We require masks and proof of vaccination (2 doses of the vaccine) and a piece of government photo ID for individuals over 18 years old. Information regarding youths can be found below.

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  • Youth aged 12 to 18 can carry their own BC Vaccine Card, or have a trusted adult carry it for them. Youth are not required to show valid government photo ID.
  • 12 year olds only need to show proof of 1 dose of vaccine
  • 13 to 18 year olds need to show proof of 2 doses of vaccine