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Exhibiting at UrbanScreen
Imagined by artists and built by the City, Surrey’s UrbanScreen is an advertising-free outdoor public art venue for digital media art projections. UrbanScreen is Canada’s largest, permanent, non-commercial screen and presents digital artwork by regionally and internationally significant artists.
UrbanScreen is used as an offsite venue of Surrey Art Gallery, with the Gallery commissioning new works for exhibition at this site. Surrey Art Gallery periodically invites proposals for site-specific and responsive artworks for exhibition on Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre’s west façade at 13458 107A Avenue in Surrey. Exhibitions appear 30 minutes after sunset and conclude at midnight.
We are not currently accepting proposals for UrbanScreen. To receive notification of our next open call, and to learn about other Surrey Art Gallery exhibitions and related programs, sign up for our News & Updates.