SSNAP is proud to have the support of The Kingston Prize. The Kingston Prize is awarded in a biennial competition for contemporary portraits of Canadians. Each portrait must be a recent painting or drawing made by a citizen or permanent resident of Canada. There is no limitation on style, and the Prize will be awarded with with special attention to …
SSNAP 2017 winner Judy Anderson has arrived on Salt Spring Island to take up her artist residency from May 20 to June 30. While in residence, Anderson will be working on a new body of work that concentrates on Indigenous Spiritual thought, Cree language and Indigenous ways of making. Judy will also be giving a talk at the Salt Spring …
The Salt Spring Arts Council (SSAC) has launched the third year of its Artist in Residence (AiR) Program on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Read the press release. January 2018
Listen to Judy Anderson’s interview with Rosanna Deerchild, on CBC Radio’s “Unreserved” program. Judy talks about the inspiration for her award-winning work, the process involved, and how she feels about winning the Salt Spring Prize. (Judy’s interview starts at 31:20). The program also features an interview with the 2017 Sobey Art Award winner Ursula Johnson. Ursula was a SSNAP 2015 …
The November issue of Preview – The Gallery Guide reports on the winners of SSNAP 2017. Read the article here.
The November issue of the Fishbowl magazine features the Salt Spring Prize winner on its cover.
Salt Spring Prize winner Judy Anderson was interviewed by CBC Calgary today. Read the article here.
The Salt Spring Exchange reports on the 2017 Salt Spring Art Prize winners. Read the article here. Oct 24, 2017
Galleries West Digital writes about the winners of the 2017 Salt Spring National Art Prize. Read the article here. Oct 24, 2017
The Calgary Herald talks about Judy Anderson’s SSNAP 2017 win. Read the article here. Oct 24, 2017