First constructed as a hotel in Kaslo in 1896, the Langham was transformed in 1975 into a thriving arts centre with an intimate 75-seat theatre, two art galleries, active studios and the Japanese Canadian Museum with archival display on Kaslo’s internment years during WWII.
Over the last 49 years, the Langham Cultural Society has provided year-round high quality cultural programming and has become a flourishing hub for arts and heritage in the West Kootenay.
The Society’s activities are housed in the beautiful and historic Langham building, designated as a Federal Heritage Site in the Canadian National Register of Historic Places.
The Langham has two distinct exhibition spaces located on the 1st floor; the West Gallery and the Lobby Gallery. Galleries display exhibits by professional artists from across Canada as well as talented regional emerging artists, local community and student group shows, and special cultural exhibits.
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