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  • Biliana Velkova, Richmond Public Art Planner with "Let’s Roll" by Charlotte Wall and Marie Khouri, 2019
  • Jas Lally

Richmond Public Art Bus Tour


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Richmond City Hall

6911 No.3 Road, Richmond, BC. V6Y 2C1

Richmond, BC

Directions: Meet bus and tour guide at the pick-up/drop-off lane in front of Richmond City Hall plaza.



Offered in English.


The Richmond Public Art Program invites you on an accessible walking tour of public art works situated around Capstan Village. The tour will include recent additions to the collection and will be led by Jas Lally from the Richmond Art Gallery Association.

About the Tour Guide:

Jas Lally is a valued curator, art historian and arts professional with over 10 years of service to the Vancouver art community through organizations such at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery and Capture Photography Festival. Her skills as a curator focus on meaningful engagement with art and public programming outreach for a wide audience.

Over the past five years she has supported artists through volunteer positions on boards such as the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver, Richmond Art Gallery Association and Residency Selection Committee Member for Burrard Arts Foundation.


Richmond Public Art Program

Richmond’s Public Art Program sparks community participation in the building of our public spaces, offers access to ideas generated by contemporary art, encourages citizens to take pride in public cultural expression, and creates a forum to address a range of relevant themes and issues. Since the Program’s inception in 1997, the City has collected close to 350 works of public art with almost 200 works currently on display around Richmond.


Richmond Public Art