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Messages of hope, strength shared in Richmond Art Column exhibition

The exhibition is on display until Aug. 14 at Aberdeen and Lansdowne skytrain stations.
Richmond Art Column Exhibition
Dearest, by Keely O’Brien, is one of the artworks that explores the theme of Hope, Resilience and Strength.

Transit users will have noticed the bright art columns at Aberdeen and Lansdowne Canada Line stations have now been changed for the city’s semi-annual art column exhibition.

The columns are part of the city’s ongoing project, No. 3 Road Art Column exhibition, to give local artists the opportunity to showcase their work in public using a selected theme.

Richmond artists Glen Anderson, Fanny Bok Yin Tang and Keely O’Brien have created artwork around this year’s theme of hope, resilience and strength, which will be on display until Aug. 14.

This year’s exhibition is also part of the #RichmondHasHeart campaign, an initiative that aims to bring the community, residents and businesses together to show their support during COVID-19, and is meant for the public to find ways to connect while maintaining physical distance.