A collaboration between art and science. A Fresh!AiR environmental-themed visual arts residency partnership between the Caetani Cultural Centre and the Allan Brooks Nature Centre
Multimedia artist Anna Glynn and biologist Peter Dalmazzo teamed up for this interdisciplinary project based around the sounds of the Okanagan landscape. They collected sounds throughout the environment, above and below water, terrestrial and aquatic, in a variety of ecotypes, forests and grasslands, in nature and human environments.
This video is a short thank you to the people of Vernon who generously responded to the call to share places in the Okanagan that they had an emotional response to.
Anna would like to thank the Veolia Mulwaree Trust for awarding her a Veolia Creative Arts Scholarship in recognition of her commitment and contribution to the creative arts. This award was used towards her position as artist in residence at the Caetani Cultural Centre and the Allan Brooks Nature Centre.