Cycling Art Tour
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our community is finding unique ways to come together while apart, connecting through the arts and expressing their support for front line workers. Everywhere residents go they will find artful hearts and rainbows in the windows of Richmond homes and businesses. The Cycling Art Tour has been created for residents of all ages to get outdoors and celebrate community art and Richmond Public Art in a safe way. The artworks comprising the tour underscore the power and resilience of community, connection, togetherness, home and place. All the artworks are accessible to the public regardless of facility closure status. Take the tour alone or together with your household or small pod. Art Tour Challenge: How many hearts can you find in the windows of homes and businesses created to show support for front line workers? Share your favourites online and tag #RichmondHasHeart. Tour begins at City Centre Community Centre.
This event is free.
City of Richmond
The City of Richmond works in partnership and association with local cultural organizations, artists and local residents to help sustain and develop cultural heritage and individual expression as well as provide a wide range of cultural experiences and opportunities to residents and visitors. Richmond is home to Metro Vancouver’s largest theatre company, the Gateway Theatre; one of the region’s most vital contemporary art galleries, the Richmond Art Gallery; and several captivating historic sites, properties and museums that pay tribute to Richmond’s heritage as a key salmon canning, boat-making and farming hub in British Columbia. Through a growing inventory of public art installations and roster of annual special cultural events, festivals and programs — including the Children’s Arts Festival, Richmond Maritime Festival, Richmond World Festival and Culture Days the City strives to energize public spaces and encourages citizens and visitors alike to explore arts and culture. Visit the City of Richmond's Calendar of Events to find out about upcoming performances and exhibits, and our Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide for classes and activities in our cultural and community facilities.
Tour begins at City Centre Community Centre
This event has gender-neutral washrooms.
Washrooms located at Art Stop #6