Tea and Tour of Off-site & Gallery Exhibitions
Join us for a walking tour of two public art installations featured in this year’s Capture Festival, followed by tea and conversation in the Richmond Art Gallery.
Learn more about two new Canada Line Public Art installations by artists Jaspal Birdi and Faune Ybarra in an informal walking tour led by Guest Curator, Maria Palad. The tour begins at Aberdeen Station, continues to Lansdowne Station, then ends at the Art Gallery for a tour of Amy Ching-Yan Lam and HaeAhn Woo Kwon’s exhibition 'a small but comfy house and maybe a dog' in the art gallery. End the day with a warming cup of tea to discuss all the art you’ve seen along the way.
Free admission for all ages. Registration required due to space restrictions.
Meet at Aberdeen Station (4100 No. 3 Road) at 1:30 pm sharp. Tour group will walk to Lansdowne Station (5400 No. 3 Road), then take the Canada Line to Brighouse Station to end at the Richmond Art Gallery (7700 Minoru Gate).
This is an outdoor event, please dress for the weather. Participants are required to provide their own transit fare for the Canada Line, from Lansdowne Station to Brighouse Station.
The walk from Aberdeen to Lansdowne is approximately 20 minutes. The walk from Brighouse Station to the gallery is approximately 15 minutes.