The Loafing Shed Glass Studio (featuring the work of Robert Gary Parkes) will be one of the art studios included in this year's Art in the City tour in Surrey this September.

Artists sought for fall Surrey studio tour

Deadline to apply to be part of annual Art in the City event is June 15.

The second-annual Art in the City Studio Tour is set to take place in Surrey this September and the city is seeking artists to participate.

Art in the City was inaugurated as a community event in 2014 to showcase Surrey’s talented artists and artisans.

Planned for Sept. 26 and 27 this year, Art in the City is a community event that takes participants on a tour that features Surrey’s artists, who open their studios in order to share live demonstrations, gallery viewings, workshops and more.

The self-guided tour takes participants to nine studios throughout the different communities within Surrey.

Artists and artisans who live and/or work in Surrey are encouraged to participate.

Applications can be found at tourismsurrey.com/studiotour or call 604-531-6646.

The deadline to apply as an artist is June 15.

 

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