Winners in art contest announced

Artists of all ages enter I Heart Autumn in Mission contest

Mission Arts Council

Awards for the I Heart Autumn in Mission contest were handed out Nov. 14.

Alexandra Lanzarotta earned top spot in the adult category and April Pruijs won the young adult category.

Mary-Rose Lee Wah was the best in show in the youth category and Akhila Sandhu received the title in the child category.

“I want to congratulate and thank all of the artists who shared their work with us. We had more than 40 entries this year,” said Nancy Arcand, executive director of the Mission Art Council. “I also want to thank Prospera Credit Union for partnering with us once again to provide this fantastic opportunity for local artists of all ages … It is through partnerships like this one that we are able to expand and improve our Mission Arts Centre programs and services, particularly our youth and gallery programs.”

A showing of all the artwork from the contest is currently on display at the Rock Family Gallery at the Mission Arts Centre until Nov. 29.

The centre is located at 33529 First Ave. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m.

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