2013 Mayor's Arts Awards Nomination Form
The Mayor's Arts Awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations and community members committed to enriching their communities through the arts. The Mayor's Arts Awards program is administered by the
Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
5 p.m., Wednesday, May 15
Tamara Gill, (206) 733-9591
. Your Contact Information
Your Contact Information
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AS American Samoa
DC District of Columbia
FM Federated States of Micronesia
MH Marshall Islands
NH New Hampshire
NJ New Jersey
NM New Mexico
NY New York
NC North Carolina
ND North Dakota
MP Northern Mariana Islands
PR Puerto Rico
RI Rhode Island
SC South Carolina
SD South Dakota
VI Virgin Islands
WV West Virginia
. Nominee (Individual or Organization)
Nominee (Individual or Organization)
All categories are open to individuals, organizations or community groups.
Category All categories are open to individuals, organizations or community groups.
Awarded for making a difference in arts education and youth work.
Previous recipients include Reel Grrls (2010) and Coyote Central and Marybeth Saterlee (2008)
Awarded for helping to shape Seattle as a city of creativity.
Previous recipients include public artist Buster Simpson (2012) and Pratt Fine Arts Center (2011).
Awarded for investment in our cultural community by a funder, business, donor or professional development/service organization.
Previous recipients include Seattle Foundation (2004) and Artist Trust (2009).
Arts as the How:
Awarded for deep and lasting impact on social issues, such as race and social justice.
Previous recipients include Three Dollar Bill Cinema (2012) and Longhouse Media’s Native Lens Program (2007).
Raising the Bar:
Awarded for artistic excellence.
Previous recipients include Gerard Schwarz (2006) and Olivier Wevers (2012).
. Using 5-10 sentences, describe the nominee's particular contribution to the category selected above, and their relation to Seattle arts and culture. Note key professional credits, accomplishments, highlights, history and/or artistic and cultural projects the nominee has supported.
Using 5-10 sentences, describe the nominee's particular contribution to the category selected above, and their relation to Seattle arts and culture. Note key professional credits, accomplishments, highlights, history and/or artistic and cultural projects the nominee has supported.
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