Lauren Crazybull won The 2020 Eldon + Anne Foote Edmonton Visual Arts Prize on Thursday June 11. Marilene Oliver and Kyle Terrence received awards as the 2020 short listed artists.
Read more about the 2020 Foote Prize winners…
Lauren Crazybull (nominated by Tyler Sherard McMullen Gallery)
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Marilene Oliver (nominated by Joe Clare)
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Kyle Terrence (nominated by Adam Waldron-Blain, Latitude 53)
Read more about Kyle Terrence’s nominated piece here
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May 16th, 2019: At a ceremony held at the Scott Gallery in Edmonton, the $10,000 Eldon + Anne Foote Edmonton Visual Arts Prize was awarded to aAron Munson, for his work Isachsen. Isachsen was shown at dc3 art projects last year. Read more about aAron Munson’s nominated piece here and here. Read more about who aAron Munson is here. The two other winners were shortlisted artists: Clay Ellis (nominated by Peter Robertson Gallery) and Brenda Malkinson (nominated by the Alberta Craft Council) who each received $1000.00.0
The Eldon + Anne Foote Edmonton Visual Arts Prize was established with the generous support of the Eldon + Anne Foote Fund at Edmonton Community Foundation and in partnership with the Edmonton Arts Council and Visual Arts Alberta Association. This Visual Arts Prize celebrates the brilliance of Visual Artists in Edmonton.