This activity is made possible by The Reach Gallery Museum and the City of Abbotsford.
The Culture Kit contains how-to instructions and all the materials you need to create your own miniature sculpture inspired by a work of art called Cloud Cell by Chinese Canadian artist Xiaojing Yan.
Check out the schedule below to find out when you can pick up a free Culture Kit at a park near you!
In case of bad weather, please check the Abbotsford Parks, Recreation and Culture Facebook or Instagram page for the latest location information.
|Culture Kit Giveaway, 1pm-4pm||Location|
|Tuesday, July 7||Mill Lake Bevan Entrance|
|Saturday, July 11||DeLair Park|
|Wednesday, July 15||Mill Lake Emerson/Waterpark|
|Sunday, July 19||Swensson Park|
|Thursday, July 23||Albert Dyck Memorial Park|
|Wednesday, July 29||Mill Lake Ware Entrance|
|Thursday, August 6||Eagle Mountain Park|
|Sunday, August 9||Albert Dyck Memorial Park|
|Friday, August 14||Swensson Park|
|Saturday, August 22||Mill Lake Park Emerson/Waterpark|
|Wednesday, August 26||DeLair Park|
LEARN ABOUT IT!
Did you know that Cloud Cell is made of over 13,000 freshwater pearls strung onto hundreds of clear threads and suspended in the air? It’s like a 3D painting made from lines, dots, and space.
Cloud Cell is featured in the exhibition Glimmers of the Radiant Real this summer at The Reach Gallery Museum.
You can learn more about Cloud Cell in this video tour of the artwork with The Reach’s Curator of Art & Visual Culture Adrienne Fast.
See Cloud Cell for yourself at The Reach until August 15, 2020.
The Reach is located at 32388 Veterans Way, Abbotsford BC.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday-Friday: 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 12 pm – 5 pm
Admission is by donation.