One of the images from Luke Pardy’s art piece “A Common Potamology.” Image courtesy of City of Mission.

One of the images from Luke Pardy’s art piece “A Common Potamology.” Image courtesy of City of Mission.

Mission unveiling new works from resident artists on Nov. 6

‘Sights and Sounds of Mission’ created by Tara-Lynn Kozma-Perrin and Luke Pardy

The City of Mission will be unveiling “Sights and Sounds of Mission” early next month, a pair of works created by its two resident artists.

During Culture Days in September, the Mission Cultural Resources Commission contracted two artists for the Artists in Residence (AIR) program.

Tara-Lynn Kozma-Perrin and Luke Pardy’s works will be shown for the first time at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6 at the Mission Leisure Centre.

Kozma-Perrin’s work is an aural and visual experience, featuring soundscapes that highlight local areas where people gather, enjoy themselves and connect with the community.

Pardy’s “A Common Potamology” creates a portrait of everyday life on the Fraser River from two large photo panels, highlighting the community’s land and ecology.

The AIR program was created to provide opportunities and support for emerging and established Fraser Valley artists.

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One of the images from Luke Pardy’s art piece “A Common Potamology.” Image courtesy of City of Mission.

One of the images from Luke Pardy’s art piece “A Common Potamology.” Image courtesy of City of Mission.