Awardee Video Spotlight

SOLA's top priority is to share the artwork and careers of successful women artists that have been under-recognized. In addition to cash awards, SOLA is committed to creating Awardee Video Spotlights for all women that receive a SOLA Award.

Our new SOLA Awardee Video Spotlight series allows these women to speak for themselves. SOLA has committed to produce new videos for the 2018 awardees by the end of 2022 with the remaining to follow as time, funding and resources come together. Since there are four new awardees every year, check back here regularly for new videos highlighting a vast array of accomplished mature visual artists from across Washington state.

Gloria Bornstein

The very first SOLA Awardee, Gloria Bornstein, was documented in 2019 for this Awardee Video Spotlight. Directed by Fiona McGuigan with Producer & Cinematographer, Daniel Bui.

Norie Sato

Norie Sato received her SOLA Award in 2018 and this Awardee Video Spotlight was created in 2022 by Producer, Pixie Lee, with cinematography by Nichole DeMent. In collaboration with University of Washington Communications Leadership Masters Program.

Gail Grinnell

Gail Grinnell received her SOLA Award in 2018 and this Awardee Video Spotlight was created in 2022 by Producer, Pixie Lee, with cinematography by Nichole DeMent. In collaboration with University of Washington Communications Leadership Masters Program.

Tip Toland

Completed 11-20-22
Tip Toland received her SOLA Award in 2018 and her Awardee Video Spotlight will be available in winter 2022.
Tip Toland

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