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Family Sunday

Creating together at Family Sunday

Family Sunday

Location:
Surrey Art Gallery, 13750 88 Ave

Date & Time:
October 15, 2017
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Contact:

604-501-5566
artgallery@surrey.ca

Category:
Arts

Community:
Whalley

Cost:
Free

Presented by:

Surrey Art Gallery

2017-10-15 11:00:00 2017-10-15 15:00:00 America/Vancouver Family Sunday Drop in to create, explore, and enjoy art with friends and family! Surrey Art Gallery, 13750 88 Ave artgallery@surrey.ca

Drop in and enjoy a fun-filled Family Sunday of artmaking, storytelling, and performances!

Create art with exhibiting artists and art educators that explore the theme “Sensing the Land” in connection with our Ground Signals exhibition. Interactive dance performances await you at 1pm or 2:30pm. Everyone is welcome at this free event—children must be with an adult.

Artmaking Activities

Engage your senses as you step into Ground Signals featuring paintings, videos, sculptures, and audio recordings that reconsider our relationship to land and water. Weave a wearable book with Roxanne Charles whose large, collaborative installation of sound, plywood, and woven panels greets you as you enter the Gallery. Listen to Marie Côté’s ceramic bowls with songs and sounds from nature, and let her work inspire you as you collaborate with her on a clay painting in our art studios and sculpt your very own listening vessel to take home. Make sure to visit Brandon Gabriel’s art station where he’ll share stories and you’ll get to work with pastels and stencils, riffing off his vibrant painting in the exhibition that documents his epic canoe journey.

Performances

Join a dance mash-up with The Wild Moccasin Dancers and Streetrich Hip Hop Society at 1pm and 2:30pm in the Studio Theatre. Both groups will teach you some dance moves! Pick up your free tickets on arrival.

About the Exhibits

Ground Signals is on display at Surrey Art Gallery until December 10. This multisensory and immersive exhibit by artists across Canada engages with themes and stories connected to land and water. Also on view is Shift, an exhibit of paintings, ceramics, photography, and sculpture by Kwantlen Polytechnic Fine Arts Faculty spread throughout the Surrey Arts Centre.