SSNAP and AiR

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The Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP) was launched in 2015, with $25,000 in prizes, of which $5,000 was allocated to a Residency for the grand prize winner, SSNAP 2017 continues this tradition.

First recipient of this award was socially engaged artist Corrie Peters of Winnipeg, the winner of the Joan McConnell Award for the best work in the SSNAP Competition 2015, was an AiR artist in residence on Salt Spring Island, February-March, 2016. Mixed media artist Corrie Peters (view her SSNAP page here), the winner of the Joan McConnell Award for the best work in the SSNAP Competition 2015, held  her Artist in Residence on Salt Spring Island in February-March, 2016.