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NOMINATE ARTI AWARD WINNERS
The ARTI Awards were created by the Arts Council of Indianapolis to recognize outstanding contributions to Indianapolis arts and cultural organizations by corporations, small businesses, and volunteers/patrons, and arts educators.
The Arts Council must receive nomination forms no later than 5pm on Friday, August 11th.
Organizations or individuals may nominate up to five individuals or organizations in any of the categories. Awards will be presented at the 31st Annual Start With Art event on Friday, September 1, 2017 at the JW Marriott. Recipients must be present at the event.
CORPORATE: For corporations with more than fifty employees and/or annual gross income over $10 million.
SMALL BUSINESS: For businesses with less than fifty employees and/or annual gross income under $10 million.
VOLUNTEER/PATRON: For demonstrated leadership in the arts and/or significant contribution or service to an art form or an arts organization by a volunteer or patron.
ARTS EDUCATOR: For exemplary service, creativity, and passion in developing and educating young minds through the arts in the k-12 school system.
ARTFUL IMPACT: For any individual, group, or activity that had a significant and long-lasting impact through or in the arts in the past 12 months. This award honors groundbreaking or noteworthy achievements in the Indianapolis arts community.
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