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Surrey Art Gallery Exhibition Visits

Surrey Art Gallery

13750 88 Ave

Surrey, BC

In-person Indigenous Intercultural Kids Visual arts Youth & teens

Visit the Gallery to see the following exhibitions: “Sandeep Johal: What If?” “q̓ʷɑti̓cɑ: k̓ʷam̓k̓ʷəm̓ tə šxʷhəliʔ / Phyllis Atkins: Divine Connection” “Seven Stories” organized by Progressive Intercultural Community Services “Manuel Piña: Naufragios” “Atheana Picha: Echoes” Local artists Sandeep Johal and Phyllis Atkins have solo exhibitions that showcase their versatile artmaking and storytelling skills. Later in the fall, throughout the Arts Centre, “Seven Stories” will feature photographs by women from Iraq, Syria, and Jordan newly living in the Lower Mainland, organized by Progressive Intercultural Community Services, as well as Manuel Piña’s video installation “Naufragios,” which speaks to migration through kaleidoscopic images of the ocean. On the windows of Surrey Arts Centre will be a vinyl mural by Atheana Picha that celebrates the significance of Coast Salish Mountain goat horn bracelets.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

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This event is free.

  • Digital drawings (2021) by Sandeep Johal, from left to right: Laxmi Bai, Selvi, and Phoolan Devi. Digital drawings (2021) by Sandeep Johal, from left to right: Laxmi Bai, Selvi, and Phoolan Devi.
  • q̓ʷɑti̓cɑ: / Phyllis Atkins, “ƛ̓a tə qələms tə c̓ic̓əɬ səy̓em̓ / The Creator’s Eye (detail).” Photo of artist by Oliver Rathonyi-Reusz. q̓ʷɑti̓cɑ: / Phyllis Atkins, “ƛ̓a tə qələms tə c̓ic̓əɬ səy̓em̓ / The Creator’s Eye (detail).” Photo of artist by Oliver Rathonyi-Reusz.
  • “Safaa” (detail), 2020, digital photography. “Safaa” (detail), 2020, digital photography.
  • Digital rendering by Crissy Arseneau of “Atheana Picha: Echoes.” Digital rendering by Crissy Arseneau of “Atheana Picha: Echoes.”

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Surrey Art Gallery

Surrey Art Gallery is situated on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territories of the Salish Peoples, including the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), and Semiahma (Semiahmoo) nations. Internationally recognized for its award-winning programs, Surrey Art Gallery is the second largest public art museum in the Metro Vancouver region. Exhibitions change quarterly and admission is always free. We show all forms of contemporary art by local, national, and international artists, including digital and audio art. Learn more about art at one of our engaging artist talks or tours, participate in a symposium, or make art by yourself or with family and friends at the Gallery. We offer demonstrations, workshops, and school programs with artists, educators, and other specialists.

This event is part of a hub:

City of Surrey Arts & Culture Activities

City of Surrey Surrey, BC

Enjoy a wide variety of Arts and Culture activities spread across the City of Surrey. Culture Days programming includes a range of free activities and events organized by the Surrey Civic Theatres, Surrey Art Gallery, Historic Stewart Farm,...

Location

13750 88 Ave

Surrey, BC

Event Contact

Alanna Edwards

alanna.edwards@surrey.ca

Language

English

Accessibility

This event has gender-neutral washrooms, and is wheelchair accessible.