Public Art Call: 2020 Street Banners, City of Surrey


Public Art Call: 2020 Street Banners

Due: Friday, January 31, 2020, 4pm

This call is for concept proposals for 2020 Public Art Banners. The theme for the call is: “Surrey: Love Where You Live”. This competition is open to all visual artists and designers currently living in British Columbia. Students of fine art, design, and architecture schools are encouraged to apply. Design proposals must be submitted by Friday, January 31, 2020, 4pm. You can propose up to three different banner designs. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to share your art with the community in Surrey! Find out all you need to know and download the application here:

About the City of Surrey Public Art Program:
Established in 1998, Surrey’s Public Art Program aims to transform the city’s landscape and its residents who live, work, and play in it. Public art has the power to grab our attention, make us stop, think, ask questions, consider a new perspective, and spark conversations. Among the 80+ artworks in Surrey’s growing collection are mosaics, paintings, and interactive sculptures that remember Surrey’s history; that celebrate life, movement, and cultural diversity; and that engage with the surrounding natural environment. More works by Indigenous artists continue to be added to the Collection which features both local and international artists. From subtle to iconic, the artworks enhance parks, pathways, streets, SkyTrain pillars, and civic buildings throughout the City of Surrey. Find out more at

Ashley Guindon, Public Art Coordinator,, 604 501 5193