SSNAP 2017 winner Judy Anderson arrives on Salt Spring Island

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 Public Library program room on Weds. June 6th @ 7:30pm. Doors open at 7pm.

Judy is a Nehiyaw (Cree) artist from Gordon First Nation, SK and is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Art, University of Calgary. She will speak about the deeply personal nature of her work and her intention to honor the people in her life