Jeanette Jarville with work

Stop by the beachfront community gallery featuring local artists.

The Crescent Beach Pop-up Gallery is a community-run gallery showcasing new exhibitions of local artists.

a graphic of indigenous art with words "honouring our grandmothers"

Se ne si'le - My grandmother

Roxanne Charles and Chalise McCallum-Dolan

Roxanne Charles and Chalise McCallum-Dolan of Semiahmoo First Nation are the inaugural artists-in-residence for Totest Aleng: Indigenous Learning House.

From July through October 2023, they are working together and with members of their community to paint a yellow cedar bentwood chest for the “Honouring Our Grandmothers Healing Journey” project. The project is an opportunity for healing and is a way to honour Semiahmoo community members tragically lost and to celebrate the strength, power, and resistance that is still here.

Read more about the project.

Exhibition dates

September 16–October 4, 2023

Opening times:

10am–12pm on September 18 and 25

Upcoming exhibitions

Semiahmoo Potters: October 7 to October 25

Brass Band Art Group: October 28 to November 15

Past exhibitions

  • Here. Today. by James Kemp and Rhea Paez, May 14 to 31, 2023
  • Multimedia art show & sale by Lynda Batista and Erika Harris, June 23 to 22, 2023

  • Beach Days: Artist in Residence with Jeanette Jarville, David Patterson & Patty Ripley, June 24 to July 12, 2023

  • Renewal: A Prospective Study of the Untamed, Joanne Dennis and Melissa Burgher, Aug 5 to 20, 2023


Address: 12160 Beecher Street, Surrey BC, V3T 0G4

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