The Langley Arts has two venues for member exhibitions under the Arts in Found Spaces program. One locations in the township of Langley is at the Township Civic Facility at 20338 – 65 Avenue in Langley. The art is on display on the second and fourth floor and is open 8:30 – 4:30 Monday to Friday. Then the second venue for exhibits is at Timms Community Centre at 20399 Douglas Crescent in the City of Langley. It is open from 6 am to 10 pm Monday to Friday, Saturday 8 am to 10 pm and Sunday and statutory holidays 8am to 8 pm.
Finally, watch for Artists Call for upcoming exhibitions posted on our website also notices can be found in our newsletter via email. And then apply to exhibit by filling out the form found at Submissions menu.
The final exhibition, Incognito, is a major annual fundraising event for the Langley Arts Council. It’s an open call therefore anyone can participate, any age, any style, and any medium. The only requirements are it is 10″ x 10 ‘, 2 dimensional and ready to hang.
Each artist can submit 3 pieces. Each piece is for sale for $100. $50 goes to the artist, and $50 goes to the Langley Arts Council. The artist can also donate their portion and receive a tax receipt.
Therefore get your canvas and paints out and start creating.
One of the art exhibitions every year is the annual Upcycling Design Challenge. This event is all about turning trash into treasure. Upcycling involves taking waste material that would otherwise end up in our landfills and turning it into something valuable. Candy wrappers transformed into a new purse? Old glass bottles become a funky chandelier? The options are limited by your own creativity! The Langley Arts partners with the Township of Langley to organize an art exhibition of all the successful entrants at the Willowbrook Mall.