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Surrey Public Art

From left to right: Dancing Tower by (Claudia Cuesta & Bill Baker) at Newton Cultural Centre and Eagle Calling by Robert Davidson at Frank Hurt Park

Discover art throughout the city! In Surrey's parks, along pathways, on SkyTrain pillars or historic main streets. Over 60 public artworks are completed. More are added every year.

You'll find interactive and illuminated contemporary sculptures, engraved boulders, mosaics, even words and symbols formed in frost. Surrey's Public Art Program brings art into the daily lives of Surrey's citizens.

See the public art map to find out about public art in Surrey.

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Together by Sophie Nielsen and Rolf Knudsen of Studio Roso hanging in City Hall atrium

Surrey Public ArtWalks

Explore public art on these walking routes in Surrey.

Splash by Michael Krondl in front of Guildford Aquatic Centre

Public Art Collection

Explore the public art throughout Surrey.

Street Banners by Susan Point

Surrey Street Banners

Find out the current and past public art street banners in City Centre.

CONNECTIONS; D. Welch, S. August, S. Bedard.

Public Art News & Events

Find out what's new from Surrey's Public Art Program and upcoming events to attend.

BUILDING BRIDGES; C. Cilliers, V. Hoffman.

Public Art Artist Calls

View Surrey's calls to artists for public art proposals.

Flicker Art Media (Aleksandra Dulic & Kenneth Newby), Transience (2010), installation image. Courtesy of the artists, photographed by Sharon Doucette.


Visit Canada’s largest non-commercial urban screen, projecting art after dark.

Elder Moon by Leonard Wells & Leslie Wells. Photo by Brian Giebelhaus

Public Art Policy

Learn about Surrey's Public Art Policies and the Public Art Advisory Committee.


Surrey Public Art Contacts

Contact Surrey about public art or get on our public and community art program mailing list.