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See the best of Surrey's public art

A series of sculptures by artist Bruce Voyce in Holland Park are part of the City of Surrey
A series of sculptures by artist Bruce Voyce in Holland Park are part of the City of Surrey's public art collection.
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Interested in seeing examples of the best recent public art in Surrey?

Join the City of Surrey Public Art staff Feb. 2 at 6:30-7:30 p.m. for a screening of up to 300 current international public artworks. The slide show of art works will be accompanied by some spoken commentary.

This free presentation will take place on the main floor (room 120) of the new Surrey City Centre Library, 10350 University Dr., a very short walk from the Surrey Central SkyTrain station.

The photos of many of these outstanding and eclectic art works are drawn from the Americans For the Arts Public Art in Review collection and research documentation of international art projects collected by Surrey public art staff.

Artworks include small scale and temporary projects, to monumental sculptures.

Information on the City of Surrey’s Public Art Program and Surrey’s own Public Art Collection will also be available.

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