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Neely Goniodsky

County: King County




GAP 2019
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Fellowship Awards 2022
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Neely Goniodsky was born in Russia and lived in Israel, Canada, US and UK. Her interest in the art was ignited in childhood, following her mother, artist and stage/puppet designer, around the theater. Side-traced by sciences when starting College, Neely returned full throttle to the arts and hasn’t stopped since. Neely has a BA in animation from Concordia University, Montreal, and an MA from the Royal College of Art, London. Neely’s practice involves installations, drawing and collage, with a concentration on animation. Her noteworthy productions include ‘Conception 2’ for NYT, ‘The Smiths’ Seattle University, and ‘Pearl’ a National Film Board of Canada production. In 2019 I participated in the Rockland Residency, and in 2016 in the NWFF residency. In 2019 I received the GAP award, and in 2017 4Culture funding for an interactive video installation. Neely is a recipient of numerous Canada Council and CALQ grants. And her films are screened at festivals around the world.

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