Founded in 2009, the Canadian Art Writing Prize is a juried prize designed to encourage new writers on contemporary art. The winner of this national competition is commissioned to write a feature story for Canadian Art and receives a $3,000 award, while two runners-up each receive recognition in the magazine and a $1,000 award.
Critics from Calgary and Montreal make a strong showing in this year’s edition of the national art-writing prize.
This juried prize for new writers on contemporary art provides a $3,000 first prize and $1,000 each for two runners-up. Apply by May 26, 2017.
Pearl Van Geest has won the 2015 Canadian Art Foundation Writing Prize, an annual juried prize designed to encourage new writers on contemporary art.
We are pleased to announce that Amy Luo of Toronto, Ontario, is the winner of the 2014 Canadian Art Foundation Writing Prize. Luo will be commissioned to write a feature story for a future issue…
The Canadian Art Foundation, publisher of Canadian Art, has announced Jenna Swift of Calgary, Alberta, as the winner of its 2013 Writing Prize. Swift will be commissioned to write a feature story for
Toronto filmmaker and writer receives $3,000 and a feature-story commission; runners-up are Heather White and Maggie Thistle, also of Toronto
The winner will be published in our magazine and receive a $3,000 award
New writers on contemporary art encouraged to apply by June 1
Véronique Leblanc of Montreal takes top spot alongside runners-up from Toronto and Vancouver
Aspiring critics and keen cultural observers are encouraged to submit applications by the prize deadline of Friday, July 15