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Crescent Beach Pop-up Gallery

entrance to beecher place

Crescent Beach Pop-up Gallery

Location:
Beecher Place, 12160 Beecher St

Various times

Contact:
Todd Ayotte
Todd.Ayotte@surrey.ca

Category:
Arts

Community:
South Surrey

Cost:
Free

Photograph by Scarlet Black

Located on the main floor of Beecher Place at 12160 Beecher Street, the Crescent Beach Pop-up Gallery features a range of community-led art activities, including exhibitions, workshops and community art projects.

Enjoy a variety of artworks from now until December.

Exhibition Schedule

Pottery Market at the Beach

August 8 – 18
10am-8pm daily

An exhibition featuring work by members of the Semiahmoo Potters Society and Fraser Valley Potters Guild.  Visit local artists showing unique, hand crafted, functional, sculptural, decorative and whimsical ceramic works.

MIX

August 22 – September 2
11am-530pm daily

MIX is a collaborative group of artists from South Surrey and White Rock, presenting an exhibition of two-dimensional contemporary art in a variety of mediums. Artists include Doriz Anderson, Lee Caufield, Veronica Davies, Louise Harding, Candace Lantinga, Adriana Molina.

Landscape and Lifelines

September 5 – 15
Tues-Thurs, Sun 11am-5pm; Friday, Saturday 12-8pm

Landscapes and Lifelines is an exhibition of paintings by artists Jack Turpin and Perry Haddock, forming a visual exploration of the unique heritage of Crescent Beach, Surrey and coastal British Columbia. The exhibition will feature painting and journaling demonstrations as well as plein-air workshop instruction.

Art Threo

September 19 – 29
Hours: TBA

An exhibition of work in a variety of media, including drawing, watercolour, acrylic and ceramics by artists Doris Biddle, Wendy Mould and Donna Schipfel. On-site workshops will also be scheduled during the exhibition.

Glow

October 3 – 14
11am-530pm daily

Artists Leah Murray, Sarah Power and Margaret Burns, the Surrey Glow Collective, will exhibit new works, including prints, watercolours, figurative work, resin finished landscapes, photography and poetry. Information about workshops, demonstrations and photo safaris is available at surreyglow.com/calendar.

AgentC Projects: indingenous artists only

October 17 – 27
Hours: TBA

Inside and outside the institution, language has the power to validate and invalidate our status as people, as Nations and as creators. More than a spelling mistake, indingenous artists only is an exhibition curated by Alanna Edwards, featuring works by Lacie Burning, Whess Harman, Atheana Picha and Kelsey Sparrow that harness the power of humor, pop culture, and de/construction to address how our identities are not only arbitrarily forced upon ourselves by outsiders, but are in chronic negotiation between ourselves, our peers, and our audiences as artists.

Identity

October 30 – November 12
Hours: TBA

An exhibition of in a variety of media by artists Laurie Gray, Radina Droumeva, Megan Bennett, Sarah Hedin and Ali Margulius exploring the theme of identity and how our artistic voices change and develop as our lives change. The exhibition will explore external and internal identity and the disconnect that can happen between how we see ourselves and how the world sees us.

Brass Band Art Group: Natural Abstraction

November 14 – 24
Hours: TBA

Natural Abstraction will feature work in a variety of media by collective members Cheryl Dick, Susan Howe, Sue Klapwijk, Kathy Neudorf, Pat Savage and Linda Steele. The exhibition will also feature a collaborative community art project.

Christmas Pottery Market at the Beach

November 28 – December 9
10am-4pm daily

Featuring work by Semiahmoo Potters Society & the Fraser Valley Potters Guild, including Christmas décor and hand-crafted ceramic pieces.