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OUTSTANDING WORK $17,000

Salt Spring National Art Prize

Corrie Peters 2015 - ‘Building (All of the rooming houses on my street have had their front door removed.)’

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ASA OUTSTANDING LOCAL ARTIST AWARD $1,000

Salt Spring National Art Prize

Susan Huber 2015 - ‘Wild Horse Wind Farm’

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PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS $6,000

Salt Spring National Art Prize

Nicola Wheston 2015 - ‘Tailgate Party’

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3 JURORS’ CHOICE AWARDS of $2,000

Salt Spring National Art Prize

Annie Baillargeon 2015 - ‘Les Cannibales’
















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SSNAP Offers
$30,000 Worth of Cash Awards


Approximately 50 finalists will be selected to participate in the Finalist Exhibition on Salt Spring Island. A list of finalists will be published prior to the exhibition, but the finalist works will only be revealed by SSNAP at the Gala Opening in September 2017.


Artists


You could be one of 50 finalists featured in our full colour, beautifully bound and printed catalogue. Also, your work will be hung in our Gala Opening and Show during October 2017.


Jury


An independent, online jury of three visual arts professionals who represent different areas of expertise, will select approximately 50 finalists from the eligible or short-listed entries. Members of the jury will be selected from across Canada.

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The Salt Spring National Art Prize


SSNAP was established in 2015 to recognize, showcase and publicize the accomplishments of Canadian visual artists.


SSNAP 2015 Winner,
Corrie Peters,
Where is She Now?

The winner of our inaugural prize was Winnipeg artist Corrie Peters, with her 3-D piece “Building (All the rooming houses on my street have had their front door removed.)” Tell me more…

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Countdown to 2017 Gala Opening

Where are we now? September 2017 is just around the corner. Our last prize attracted over 3,000 people. The Gala Opening of the 2017 Finalists’ Exhibition takes place on Friday, September 22. We hope you can join us to see some of the best new work in Canada. More about other events …

SSNAP 2015 Winner,
Corrie Peters,
Where is She Now?

The winner of our inaugural prize was Winnipeg artist Corrie Petters, with her 3-D piece “Building (All the rooming houses on my street have had their front door removed.)” Tell me more…

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Countdown to
2017 Gala Opening

Where are we now? September 2017 is just around the corner. Our last prize attracted over 3,000 people. The Gala Opening of the 2017 Finalists’ Exhibition takes place on Friday, September 22. We hope you can join us to see some of the best new work in Canada. More about other events …

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Eric Button – ‘The Death of Mr. Wolf’

 
 
 

How to Submit

Submissions open January 12, 2017. Take a look at our Conditions of Entry for more information on how to submit your work. Finalists may be selected to win one of 8 awards, 5 selected by jurors and 3 selected by public vote. The award winners will be announced at the Gala Awards in October 2017.


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