To Dec 13
Where We Have Been, celebrates 45th anniversary with works from permanent collection about place, identity, and memory. Searching for Surrey, Colour Collective investigates the diversity of Surrey through landscape painting.
Ongoing Don Hutchinson & Ying-Yueh Chuang: Passages, fantastic ceramic creatures. Carol Sawyer: Proscenium, video installation plays with illusions and performance.
OFFSITE: At UrbanScreen, projecting art after dark (exterior of Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre 13458-107A Ave, surrey.ca/urbanscreen) Until Jan 3 Varvara & Mar: We Are the Clouds, outdoor projection lets you join a beautiful cloudscape.
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.
Colette Urban: Gambler