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Surrey Public Art

Discover public art throughout Surrey's parks, along pathways, on SkyTrain pillars and on historic streets. Over 100 public artworks are completed. More are added every year.

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

Explore the Art

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

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Contact Us

For questions or comments about Surrey's Public Art, please contact Ashley Guindon, Public Art Coordinator, or Ryan Gallagher, Heritage Administration & Facilities Manager, at 604-501-5566 (press "0") or

For private development public art inquiries, email Liane Davison, Manager of Culture, at

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Splash by Michael Krondl in front of Guildford Aquatic Centre

Public Art Collection

Explore the public art throughout Surrey.

Redwood Forest Mysteries by Derek Rowe. Photo by Brian Giebelhaus

Artist Calls & Project Updates

View calls to artists and project updates for the City of Surrey's Public Art Program.

The Fisherman's Charm by Anthony Gabriel street banners are installed throughout Surrey

Surrey Street Banners

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

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.

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


Visit Canada’s largest art-dedicated outdoor 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.