Projecting art after dark
Find out more about UrbanScreen.
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    Transforming into a gallery at night!
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    Flicker Art Media’s Transience (2010)
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    Paul Wong’s Year of Gif (2013)
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    Sylvia Grace Borda’s Aerial Fields (2013)

Imagined by artists and built by the City, Surrey’s UrbanScreen is Canada’s largest non-commercial outdoor urban screen dedicated to presenting digital and interactive art.

UrbanScreen is an offsite programming venue of the Surrey Art Gallery and is located on the west wall of Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre in City Centre. The venue can be viewed from SkyTrain, between Gateway and Surrey Central stations. Exhibitions begin 30 minutes after sunset and conclude at midnight.

Installation photographs appear courtesy of the artists. Photos by Sharon Doucette, Scott Massey, and Brian Giebelhaus.
Find out more about the artworks.