Sara Khan: Suraj Kinare | June 28–August 31, 2019 Artist Talk | July 11 | 7–8:30 p.m. Surrey, BC – Surrey Art Gallery is
Sara Khan: Suraj Kinare | June 28–August 31, 2019
Artist Talk | July 11 | 7–8:30 p.m.
Surrey, BC – Surrey Art Gallery is pleased to present a suite of evocative paintings in Sara Khan: Suraj Kinare opening June 28 at 7:30 p.m. An artist talk will take place July 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Admission is free.
A world of burning city suns, shimmering gardens, floral tapestries, mythical creatures, and distant relatives appear in Sara Khan’s art. Made with sumptuous watercolours, the works focus on precise details. The miniature painting traditions of the Indian subcontinent influence Khan’s works, but with a twist of magical realism.
Each painting evokes a hybrid realm between fantasy and reality. Personal memories mix with exotic plants and outlandish characters. In Suraj Kinare (an Urdu phrase meaning “the edge of the sun”), Khan alludes to her own sense of identity, suspended between the cultures of her childhood home in Pakistan and her current home in Canada.
“Khan’s art is beautiful to look at, but it is also filled with a rich symbolism that speaks to the complexity of immigrant life,” says Assistant Curator Rhys Edwards.
Windows, doors, and archways open on to blue skies and orange sunsets. Khan bridges the architecture of urban Pakistan with the dream of other lands. Silhouettes of people and objects appear amid foliage, suggesting the absence of memory. Water and plants flow between buildings, mountains, and creatures, conjoining different realms. Khan’s art reflects an identity rooted in heritage while incorporating the shapes and sights of a fluid, globalized world.
On July 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Sara Khan will discuss her practice with visiting artist Zoya Siddiqui. A Q&A session will follow the talk. This is a free event presented with Indian Summer Festival.
Suraj Kinare is part of Surrey Art Gallery’s summer exhibits. Also on display is ARTS 2019, an annual juried showcase of works by local artists run in conjunction with the Arts Council of Surrey; Cindy Mochizuki: Autumn Strawberry, a residency exploring the history of Japanese Canadian berry farmers; and The Built World Around Us, a juried architectural photography show from the Surrey Photography Club.
About the Artist
Sara Khan was born in Birmingham, England in 1984 and raised in Lahore, Pakistan. She holds a BFA (with honours) from National College of Arts, Lahore (2008). Her works have been featured in several national and international group exhibitions. She was selected as one among thirteen international artists for the Bag Art camp, an international art residency in Bergen, Norway (2012). She was also selected to be a part of the 13 Satellites of Lahore, a public art workshop held at the Annemarie Schimmel Haus, Lahore (2006). She lives and works in Vancouver, Canada.
About Surrey Art Gallery
Internationally recognized for its award-winning programs, Surrey Art Gallery, located at 13750 88 Avenue in Surrey, is the second largest public art museum in Metro Vancouver. Founded in 1975, the Gallery presents contemporary art by local, national, and international artists, including digital and audio art.
Its extensive public programs for children through to adults aim to engage the public in an ongoing conversation about issues and ideas that affect our communities and to provide opportunities to interact with artists and the artistic process. Admission is free. Surrey Art Gallery gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the City of Surrey, Province of BC through BC Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, and the Surrey Art Gallery Association.
June 28 (Friday) 7:00 pm - August 31 (Saturday) 8:30 pm
Hoping you will share on your pageNorth Surrey Minor Football fall Football and Cheer for ages 5-18. Practices start in July. Registration is open now online at www.surreyfootball.com/registration.Thank
Hoping you will share on your page
North Surrey Minor Football fall Football and Cheer for ages 5-18. Practices start in July. Registration is open now online at www.surreyfootball.com/registration.
July 3 (Wednesday) - December 2 (Monday)
05jul(jul 5)7:00 am14aug(aug 14)11:59 amCanada Cup International Softball Championship7:00 am - (august 14) 11:59 am Location: Softball City (2201 148 Avenue, Surrey, BC), Cloverdale Athletic Park (6330 168 Street, Surrey, BC), and Sunnyside Park (15455 26 Avenue, Surrey)
Scheduled July 5-14 in Surrey, British Columbia Surrey, BC – The 2019 Canada Cup International Softball Championship - which showcases some of the best female athletes from across
Scheduled July 5-14 in Surrey, British Columbia
Surrey, BC – The 2019 Canada Cup International Softball Championship - which showcases some of the best female athletes from across Canada and the world – will take place between July 5-14.
The tournament will host more than 1,500 elite athletes spanning five divisions: Women’s International, Futures Gold (U19), Futures Select (U19), Showcase Gold (16U) and Showcase Select (16U).
The event will also be significant for Canada’s national team, as it will be the squad’s final tune-up prior to the 2019 Americas Softball Olympic Qualifier being held at Softball City August 25 to September 1. The Qualifier will determine the two teams that will earn berths for the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan.
The Canada Cup provides an opportunity for young women to participate in a world class event involving some of the best current and up and coming stars in the game. The event also serves as an opportunity for participants to showcase their talents in front of college and university scouts from some of the top schools in North America who attend the event.
Canada Cup 2019 will take place at Softball City (2201 148 Avenue, Surrey, BC), Cloverdale Athletic Park (6330 168 Street, Surrey, BC), and Sunnyside Park (15455 26 Avenue, Surrey)
July 5 (Friday) 7:00 am - August 14 (Wednesday) 11:59 am
Explore a remarkable collection of fakes and forgeries in this display from the recently-discovered Prud’homme Library, ranging from rare vases to space exploration logs, false obituaries to oil
Explore a remarkable collection of fakes and forgeries in this display from the recently-discovered Prud’homme Library, ranging from rare vases to space exploration logs, false obituaries to oil paintings. Be prepared to immerse yourself in the creativity of the ages – and question what you know – during this temporary exhibition of new national treasures.
July 5 – August 21. Free. At The Vancouver Public Library Central Branch Upper Gallery on 9th floor (350 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6B1)
July 5 (Friday) 10:00 am - August 21 (Wednesday) 9:00 pm
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