Monday, March 29, 2010

Winners of the 2010, Governor General's Canadian Visual Arts Awards

2010 Governor General’s Awards in the Visual and Media Arts winners (from left) Claude Tousignant, Ione Thorkelsson, Rita Letendre, Gabor Szilasi, Tom Sherman, Terry Ryan, Robert Davidson and André Forcier / photo Martin Lipman

Extracted from Canadianart online

On March 9 the winners of the 2010 awards were announced in Montreal: sculptor Robert Davidson, filmmaker André Forcier, photographer Gabor Szilasi, new media artist Tom Sherman and painters Rita Letendre and Claude Tousignant are joined by glass sculptor Ione Thorkelsson, who takes home the Saidye Bronfman Award for excellence in fine crafts, and art dealer Terry Ryan, who is noted for his longtime support of Inuit art (in particular the artists of Cape Dorset, Nunavut).

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