Welcome to Classics @ the Smith

Gallery tour and refreshments in advance of each performance.
Doors open 6:30pm, performance starts 7:30pm.
$10 at the door  

Welcome to Jazz @ the Smith

Gallery tour and refreshments in advance of our January 22nd, February 19th and March 19th performances.
Doors open 7:00pm, performance starts at 8:00pm.  Tickets $10 at the door

James Danderfer’s Gatsby Trio

 
 
Our April 23, 2019 performance will be hosted by our Season Sponsor BlueShore Financial and will be held at
BlueShore Centre @ 1250 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Wine and appetizers will be served.
Doors open 7:00pm, performance starts 8:00pm.
Tickets $10 in advance by phone 604-998-8563
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Artists for Kids Winter Exhibition “Transformations” is now installed.

Welcome to our Docent-led Gallery Tours

If you would like to book an informative tour of the gallery’s Transformations exhibition. Registration is required.

Email us to register

Welcome to Explore & Create

Our Explore & Create program is on hiatus until 2019 while we revamp the program. Please check this webpage for updates.

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The Smith Foundation is honoured to be the proud new owner of a 100 year old Steinway & Sons baby grand piano. Donated by Kathryn Allison in memory of her mother Barbara Allison, a friend and student of Gordon Smith.

The donation of the Steinway piano is in memory of my mother, Barbara Allison. She trained as an opera singer, but when she became a single parent, she went back to school to become a teacher. She met Gordon Smith when she took his Fine Arts Teaching Methods course at UBC. They became great pals and he encouraged her to nurture every child’s creativity, not just the prodigies. Gordon Smith inspired my mother’s teaching practice, and made it possible for me to paint murals all over my bedroom walls. She relented, only because he approved!

Kathryn Allison
Lixia Li plays the 100-year-old Steinway & Sons baby grand piano gifted to the Gordon & Marion Smith Foundation by Kathryn Allison. Photo by Cindy Goodman.