Families are invited to explore

Take the family to the Surrey Art Gallery

Theme for Sunday afternoon event is exploration

The Surrey Art Gallery is hosting Family Day on Nov. 3 from 12-4 p.m. at 13750 88 Ave.

Participants will be invited to:

• Make your own passport for an exciting creative journey;

• Be an art explorer – your passport contains clues for a voyage of artistic discovery;

• Create a postcard landscape based on Sylvia Grace Borda and Jeremy Herndl’s outdoor imagery;

• Make a little clay costume inspired by Sarindar Dhaliwal’s whimsical sports teams;

• Collaborate to create a giant bird’s eye view of neighbourhoods and fields; and

• Join storyteller Melanie Ray as she spins tales of near and far, people and places at 2 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. Limited seating. Free tickets on site.

Surrey Art Gallery gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of BC Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts.

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