Spaceworks and Greater Tacoma Community Foundation invite you to visit the exhibition one last time. The show includes bold artworks from 19 of Pierce County’s most talented and community-minded visual artists. Their work is honored annually by Greater Tacoma Community Foundation through the GTCF Foundation of Art Award, along with a public exhibit.
Thursday, October 19, 5-9pm
FREE AND OPEN TO PUBLIC
For 2017, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation has honored ten Pierce County visual artists for the 10th Foundation of Art Award. This year’s awardees span a wide range of artistic mediums, from painting and sculpture, to fabric and letterpress.
The following ten 2017 award winners received $1,000 each:
- Mindy Barker
- Heather Cornelius
- Todd Jannausch
- Janet Marcavage
- Gillian Nordlund
- Nicholas Nyland
- Chandler O’Leary
- Saiyare Refaei
- Kenji Stoll
- Chandler Woodfin
The previous nine Foundation of Art Award recipients were Chris Sharp in 2008, Jeremy Mangan in 2009, Lisa Kinoshita in 2010, Jessica Spring in 2011, Oliver Doriss in 2012, Shaun Peterson in 2013, Elise Richman in 2014, Christopher Paul Jordan in 2015, and Sean Alexander in 2016. Artwork created by past awardees for GTCF are also on display at the Spaceworks Gallery.
This year, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation partnered with Spaceworks Tacoma to produce the 10th Foundation of Art Award Gallery Show.
The selection panel for the 10th Foundation of Art Award included Amy McBride, Sean Alexander, Jeremy Mangan, Elise Richman, and Christopher Paul Jordan.
View more photos in Spaceworks Gallery Facebook Photo Album
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