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Art by Surrey Elementary School Students

Showcasing a range of artwork from students of Surrey School District, Grades 1-7

Witness the creativity of kids in an exhibition of art by elementary school students at Surrey Art Gallery.

An ever-popular staple of the Gallery’s community programming, Art by Elementary School Students returns to Surrey Art Gallery to showcase the results of the enormous variety and depth of art education available in School District 36.

Participating artists will range from grades 1 through 7. Artworks on display highlight a wealth of subjects, both personal and universal. Art by Elementary School Students demonstrates one of the most critical roles of art education: to develop the ability to relate to society and the world at large through creative self-expression.

Since 1983, Surrey Art Gallery annually hosts an exhibition showcasing the creativity of students participating in the Surrey School District’s art education programs and the value of art education in the BC School curriculum. These exhibitions are developed through ongoing partnerships with the Surrey School District and its art teachers.



Left: Claire Bradley, Une ville d'aquarelle, watercolour pencil and sharpie on paper, Ecole Laronde Elementary School, 2019

Middle: Rahwa Yemane, Fall Sunflower, marker on paper, Cloverdale Traditional Elementary School, 2019

Right: Sanjana Sidhu, King of the Animals, graphite on paper, Chimney Hill Elementary, 2019