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Neddy at Cornish

One of the Northwest’s largest and most esteemed annual awards for artists.

Application Open September 1st - October 25th

This year, the Neddy at Cornish offers an increased award for two grand prize winners of $30,000 each and six finalists $2,000 each in unrestricted funds, making it one of the largest artist awards in the State of Washington.

bet356软件Any artist who is a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident living and working in Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Mason, Pierce, Skagit, San Juan, Snohomish, Thurston, or Whatcom counties in Washington state is welcome to apply.

Please note: The 2020 Neddy application period will be open from September 1st at 12:00 AM to October 25th at 11:59 PM.

*Image: Detail from Untitled (With/In No 3), , Acrylic on Panel, 22 x 20in. Courtesy of . Emily Gherard is a 2019 finalist for the Neddy at Cornish award.

2020 Dates to Remember

September 1:
Application Period Opens

Due to the unprecedented spring 2020 circumstances and new program announcements, we have postponed opening until  September 1st, 2020. The application will be open until Sunday, October 25th.

October 25:
Application Deadline

All application and supporting materials must be received no later than 11:59pm on October 25th, 2020.

Mid November:
Finalists Announced

8 finalists are contacted, confirmed, and announced.

Neddy at Cornish Award Information

About the Neddy

Stewarded by Cornish College of the Arts since 2011, the Neddy at Cornish is one of the most generous and longest-running award for visual artists in the State of Washington, providing two annual gifts of $25,000, and six awards of $2,000, to artists living and working in the Puget Sound region.

bet356软件Cornish prepares its students to contribute to society as artists, citizens and innovators. The Neddy at Cornish program is a beacon of this mission. The Neddy at Cornish is funded by the Behnke Foundation as a tribute to Seattle painter and teacher Ned Behnke (1948-1989).

For many years the Behnke family and the Behnke Foundation supported this gift of direct and unrestricted support to artists in the Pacific Northwest. Since 2011, Cornish College of the Arts is honored to steward this awards program, on behalf of the Behnke Foundation and the artist community. Cornish especially thanks Ned’s mother, Sally Skinner Behnke, in memoriam, for spearheading this vital program to Cornish as part of her legacy, continuing the investment of her grandmother in the founding of the College.   It is currently entirely funded by the Behnke Foundation.


**The grand prize winners of the 2019 Neddy at Cornish awards have been announced!  Click here to read the press release >

Application Guidelines

Neddy at Cornish

The annual Neddy awardees in Painting and Open Medium demonstrate artistic excellence and a commitment to and ongoing development of their work over time. In honor of Ned and his passion for painting, one Neddy award is given to an artist who identifies his/her/their work in terms of painting, whether traditional or newer interpretations of the medium. Reflecting the ever-increasing possibilities in contemporary art practices, the other award honors artists that work in any medium or combination of media grounded in the visual arts ("Open Medium" in the application). Ned Behnke embodied Cornish College of the Art’s mission of developing artists as citizens—individuals who aim for artistic excellence and an applied consciousness of responsibility to society. As the awards honor Ned’s legacy, Neddy recipients will reflect and embody his belief in the power of art and artists to be positive forces in our world. The criteria for the Neddy award is: > Artistic excellence and demonstrated commitment to and development of work over time. > Demonstrated engagement, broadly understood, with the world through art.
Artists may apply to the Neddy at Cornish awards program if they meet the following eligibility requirements: Artists must be full-time residents of Washington State, residing in the greater Puget Sound region (Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Mason, Pierce, Skagit,San Juan, Snohomish, Thurston and Whatcom counties) and must be permanent residents of the United States. Artists must be 18 years of age or older at the time of application. Practicing artists demonstrating pattern of producing work Artists must NOT be previous recipients of the award.Previous finalists are eligible AFTER A ONE-YEAR HIATUS. Artists must NOT be full-time core faculty or a trustee at Cornish College of the Arts Students currently enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate degree programs at the time of application are NOT eligible. Those who have completed all degree requirements at the time of application, but have yet to matriculate may be eligible pending verification.Please contact program staff with questions about eligibility. Artists must be available on the dates of national juror visit and video production, otherwise the award goes to an alternate. These dates will be provided at the time the finalists are contacted to ascertain their availability.
The 2020 call for applications opens September 1st, 2020 at 12:00 a.m. and will remain open through October 25th, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. PST. Applications sent by mail, submitted in person, or arriving late or incomplete will not be considered. In addition to submitting 12 - 15 work samples, a resume, and a short biography, you are asked to answer the following: The Neddy at Cornish awards recognize artistic excellence among practicing visual artists with demonstrated commitment to and development of their work over time. The Neddy also supports work that fosters an awareness of or reflection on the world and human experience. Please discuss the framework of your art practice. What does your work aim to express or convey and how does it do so? Please limit your response to 250 words. Please provide any additional information that would be helpful to the jurors in assessing your work based on the samples provided. For example, you might use this space to talk about your process, shifts in your practice, physical or material features, background information, and anything else you believe is important for the jurors to know. Please limit your response to 150 words.
Review Process and Jurors Applicants complete the online application requirements by the application deadline. They must choose the medium category to which they are applying: Painting or Open Medium. A panel of three regional arts professionals will review all applications and select four in Painting and four in Open Medium for a total of eight finalists. A nationally-known curator or arts professional from outside the region will then conduct studio visits with each of the eight artists, ultimately selecting one in each category to receive the grand prize award. The winners and finalists will be notified by telephone within two weeks of the studio visit. Stay tuned for the 2020 Neddy Jurors and Curator announcement.
The work of the eight finalists and awardees will be showcased in a group exhibition to be held at a Seattle venue for approximately 4 weeks in Spring of 2021. Mid November 2020 - 8 finalists are contacted, confirmed, and announced. | November - December 2020 - finalists work with Neddy staff to schedule studio visits and interview sessions. | December 2020 - January 2021- Interviews and studio visits with the Curator and Videographer. | End of January - Early February, studio visits with the National Juror. | Mid February- Two grand-prize awardees announced. | Early March 2021- Annual Neddy Artist Exhibition opens.
Artists may apply for the Neddy at Cornish awards if they meet the following eligibility requirements: Artists must be full-time residents of Washington State, residing in the greater Puget Sound region (Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Mason, Pierce, Skagit, San Juan, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties) and must be U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents. Artists must be at least 18 years of age at the time of application. Artists must be currently active, demonstrating an ongoing pattern of producing and presenting work. Artists must NOT be previous recipients of the award. Neddy finalists may reapply after a one-year hiatus Artists must NOT be full-time core faculty or a trustee at Cornish of the Arts Students currently enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate degree programs at the time of application are NOT eligible. Students who have completed all degree requirements at the time of application, but have yet to matriculate may be eligible pending verification. Please contact mmickelson@25566772.com for more information Artists must be available on the dates of national juror visit and video production, otherwise the award goes to an alternate. These dates will be provided at the time the finalists are contacted to ascertain their availability.

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Applying for the Neddy

2020 Application period open from September 1st
through October 25th at 11:59 PM

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