Spring Recreation Guide 2020
Surrey Arts Centre
SURREY C I V I C
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KEYS TO UNLOCKING Your Creativity
Drama Mindcraft Are you between the ages of 13 to 18, and curious about how to speak with more confidence or connect with people more easily? If you’re shy or simply wondered what a drama class might be like but never dared take one before then this is the class for you! Details on page 66.
Instructor, Laura Drummond is a professional actor and drama educator who knows her stuff. Early career highlights include performing with Green Thumb Theatre for Young People and Richmond Gateway Theatre. Her friendly, fun approach creates a comfortable space.
See the full line-up of opportunities (classes, camps, and workshops) at surrey.ca/theatre (Performing Arts Classes).
Public Art IN SURREY
THE RIVERS THAT CONNECT US kʼwyʼiʼyʼe Spring Salmon Studio Drew Atkins, Phyllis Atkins, and Aaron Jordan This upcoming public artwork will be installed in front of the Museum of Surrey in Spring 2020.The sculpture will consist of four monumental paddles raised in a traditional welcoming gesture, honouring the diversity of Surrey, welcoming newcomers, and recognizing the traditional lands of the Coast Salish peoples.The four paddles also represent the four directions of the medicine wheel, a traditional teaching tool that brings together four races, four stages of the life cycle, and four cardinal directions. Beneath the paddles will be a round medallion base with a design inspired by the form of a Coast Salish spindle whorl.The medallion’s designs represent the seven traditional teachings of the Coast Salish peoples: health, happiness, generations, humility, forgiveness, understanding, and teaching.
MAY 21–23, 2020 SURREY ARTS CENTRE & BEAR CREEK PARK Qual i ty Time. You’ll find it here! Brilliant performances and fun activities for children & families. TICKETS 604-501-5566
kʼwyʼiʼyʼe Spring Salmon Studio, The Rivers that Connect Us, Coming Spring 2020, aluminum and polycarbonate, coloured concrete, brass insets.
604-501-5100 SURREY.CA/RECREATION SPRING 2020
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