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UrbanScreen Exhibition Visits

Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre

13458 107a Ave

Surrey, BC

In-person Digital & new media Film & video Kids Visual arts Youth & teens

Riffing on the children’s game of “I spy,” Flavourcel’s project for UrbanScreen captures different sights from across Whalley and the broader Surrey region in animated form. The collective invites you to “spy” the things that connect with you: nearby shop facades, local ingredients, Surrey wildlife, popular sports, and more. Over the course of the exhibition, different members of the collective will re-mix “I Spy a City,” adding new animations while reconfiguring others, ensuring that there will be plenty of surprises in store for repeat visitors to UrbanScreen. The selected animations cover a range of style and content, all connected in their charming, surreal, or cerebral imagining of micro narratives, fantastic characters, and surprising re-configurations of ordinary materials and processes. Flavourcel includes Harlo Martens, Kat Morris, Josh Neu, Julia Song, Alia Hijaab, Chhaya Naran, Gil Goletski, Laurel Pucker, Lana Connors, and Chris Strickler. Exhibition runs from Sept 25, 2021 to January 2, 2022. UrbanScreen begins playing just after sunset on the side of Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

UrbanScreen

Surrey Art Gallery

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This event is free.

  • Flavourcel, I Spy a City, 2021. Photo by Brian Giebelhaus. Flavourcel, I Spy a City, 2021. Photo by Brian Giebelhaus.
  • Kat Morris-Still from "I Spy a City," 2021. Kat Morris-Still from "I Spy a City," 2021.
  • Group of stills from "I Spy a City (2)," 2021 Group of stills from "I Spy a City (2)," 2021
  • Group of stills from "I Spy a City (1)," 2021 Group of stills from "I Spy a City (1)," 2021

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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

13458 107a Ave

Surrey, BC

Event Contact

Alanna Edwards

alanna.edwards@surrey.ca

Language

English