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13750 88 Ave, (at King George Blvd)

Surrey, BC


HOURS: Sep 18: tue-thu 2pm-9pm. fri-sat 9am-5pm. Free admission.

To Nov 28
PICS: Seven Stories. Photographs by women from Iraq, Syria, and Jordan newly living in the Lower Mainland.

To Dec 11
Sandeep Johal: What If? A multimedia exhibit amplifies stories of resilient South Asian women.

Phyllis Atkins: Divine Connection. Paintings and sculptures drawn from Coast Salish tradition celebrate the artist’s connection to life and spirit.

Manuel Piña: Naufragios. A video project on migration and the ocean.

OFFSITE At UrbanScreen, projecting art after dark (exterior of Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre 13458-107A Ave, surrey.ca/urbanscreen). To Jan 2 I Spy a City, Flavourcel Collective’s next suite of animations with sights and sounds from around Surrey.


Internationally recognized for its award-winning programs, Surrey Art Gallery is the second largest public art museum in Metro Vancouver. Founded in 1975, the Gallery presents contemporary art by local, national, and international artists, including digital and audio art. Its extensive public programs for children through to adults aim to engage the public in an ongoing conversation about issues and ideas that affect our communities and to provide opportunities to interact with artists and the artistic process. Admission is free.

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