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Community Art

Hang Out. Make Art.

Are you interested in sharing creativity? Want to join group art projects in your neighborhood? Come be a part of Community Art.

Examples of Community Art Projects

Sumi Ink Club group drawing activity

The Sumi Ink Club invites people to draw on a shared drawing surface. Participants are encouraged to move around the space and add to each other’s drawings. This hands-on activity creates an inclusive space for shared discovery and creative risk taking.

Large cardboard wolf sculpture project

The Cardboard Wolf is a giant sculpture of a timber wolf made out of recycled cardboard and hot glue. This project is led by the Kwantlen Park Secondary School Art Club, with contributions from over 100 community members

Temporary mural made from recycled street banners

Circuitry Birds: Future in Flight is a temporary mural made out of recycled street banners. This project was developed and installed by a team of youth and young adults in City Centre. Want to be a part of our next collaboration? Join one of our Planning Sessions.

Get Involved

Nature Art Jam

Journey Branch Collaborative Art Project

Express your creativity while exploring nature. Free event for youth ages 13-17.

November 18, 2017

Community Links

Community Links Cardabord Tower

Add your piece to this growing tower. Developed in partnership with SFU, Surrey Campus.

October 27 to November 15, 2017

Community Art Planning Sessions

ComArt Art Hang Out Event

Join the team to help plan our next big art project. Open to ages 15-30.

August 14 to October 26, 2017

Learn More

This program is based on a recent research study. Its goal is to make communities more connected through art.