Foundation / Corporation
03/23/20 11:59 PM PST
Awards of $3,000 and one award of $10,000 to Washington individual artists to acknowledge achievements in the visual arts over the course of at least 25 years. The awards are intended to honor women artists over the age of 60 who are committed to the visual arts discipline. Awards are evaluated on the basis of artistic excellence, the professional background of the artist, and evidence of continuing dedication to visual arts. Two types of awards are offered: the SOLA Awards and the Twining Humber Award.
The Twining Humber Award is an unrestricted award 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 given 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.
The SOLA (Support Old Lady Artists) Awards are three unrestricted awards given annually to Washington State female-identified visual artists, age 60 or over, who have dedicated 25 years or more to creating art.
Artists of color and artists outside of King County are strongly encouraged to apply.
GrantWatch ID#: 138568
SOLA Awards: 3; The Twining Humber Award: 1
The SOLA Awards: $3,000
The Twining Humber Award: $10,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online (from February 24): https://artisttrust.submittable.com/submit
Zach Frimmel, Program Coordinator
(206) 467-8734 X 20
Lydia Boss, Program Manager
(206) 467-8734 x 25
Brian McGuigan, Program Director
(206) 467-8734 x 23
1835 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
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