2023 THA/SOLA Study Hall / Grant Support
Start Date / Time: March 16, 2023 1:00 pm
End Date / Time: March 16, 2023 3:00 pm
Pop into this open Zoom session on Tuesday, March 16, from 1 – 3 p.m. to work on your 2023 THA/SOLA Award application. During Study Hall you can speak with program staff, work through your application on mute, or request a breakout session with another applicant for support. This is not a private session, but rather a space for information sharing and work time.
No registration is required.
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85153087767
No passcode required!
SOLA (Support Old Lady Artists) Awards are four unrestricted awards of $5,000 given annually to Washington State female-identified visual artists, age 60 or over, who have dedicated 25 years or more to creating art. Founded in 2016 by Seattle artist Ginny Ruffner, the SOLA Award seeks to encourage and celebrate womens’ achievements in the arts. Ginny and friends’ generous contributions to this award seek to honor, encourage and celebrate the lifetime contributions of women whose artwork has not been sufficiently or widely recognized. Learn more about Ginny Ruffner here.
The Twining Humber Award is an unrestricted award of $10,000 given annually to a Washington State female-identified visual artist, age 60 or over, who has dedicated 25 years or more to creating art. The award is made possible by a generous gift from the painter Yvonne Twining Humber (1907-2004), who established the Irving Foundation and Yvonne Twining Humber Fund for Artistic Excellence to support the grant through Artist Trust in recognition of female-identified artists who oftentimes must interrupt or postpone art-making in order to answer the demands of family life. The award recognizes artistic excellence, professional accomplishment, and longstanding dedication to the visual arts. Click here to learn more about Yvonne Twining Humber’s life and legacy.
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