SSNAP 2017 Finalists’ Exhibition

Work by forty-nine outstanding Canadian artists will feature in the month-long Finalists’ Exhibition at historic Mahon Hall on Salt Spring Island. Come along to see these exciting new works, and choose your favourite to win the Peoples’ Choice Award. The Finalists’ Exhibition is open daily from September 23 to October 22, 10am-5pm. All works will be revealed to the public …

SSNAPy Saturdays Drop-in Art Making Workshops

Drop in to the annex art room at Mahon Hall while you’re visiting the Finalist Exhibition. Have fun exploring or create art related to your experience of SSNAP. Saturdays September 23, 30, October 7, 14 11:00am – 3:00pm in the Mahon Hall annex. All ages welcome. Generously supported by the Salt Spring Island Foundation of Youth. Admission is included with …

Young At Art

Celebrating all ages of creativity among the Salt Spring community, an exhibition featuring work created by the island’s children and youth. Open daily, from Friday September 29-Tuesday October 31 (except October 28 and 29). 10am-5pm, ArtSpring lobby. Admission is free.

Announcing the 2017 SSNAP Finalists

The Salt Spring National Art Prize is pleased to announce the 2017 finalists. 50 artists from across Canada have been chosen from 1227 submitting artists and 2160 works. Read the full press release. 19 July 2017 (PDF 81kb)

Art Auction Fundraiser

The Salt Spring National Art Prize and the Salt Spring Art Council hosted a fundraising art auction weekend, May 19-21. Over 60 pieces of work from local Salt Spring artists featured in the silent auction. The live auction with MC John Bateman saw works from Gordon Smith, Attila Richard Lukacs, Robert Bateman, Reneé Van Halm, Anne Griffiths, George Fertig, David …