Arts Commission seeks lifetime achievement award nominations
Vancouver, Wash. ̶ The Clark County Arts Commission is seeking nominations for its fifth Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes an artist who lives or works in the county and has made a significant contribution to local, national or international arts and culture.
Individuals or groups can be nominated. To be eligible, a nominee must be:
- a current resident or previous longtime resident of Clark County
- at least 60 years old
- active in or recently retired from a field such as visual arts, dance, filmmaking, acting, music, architecture, literary arts, graphic arts, art education or art advocacy.
A nomination packet should include the artist’s relevant biography, name, address, contact information and one person reference with contact information. It must discuss the following topics:
- The quality and quantity of distinguished service that has influenced the development of cultural life in Clark County.
- Arts advocacy that indicates leadership, inspiration and innovation.
- Vision of future arts development in Clark County.
- Initiative and implementation.
The submission also must include any relevant supplemental materials such as a website, brochures, galleries, studios, books, videos or films. Include photographic representations of work only if the artist does not have a website.
A committee of current commission board members will review the nominations and select a recipient.
Nomination deadline is 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. Please send all nominations to email@example.com.
Each person submitting a nomination will be contacted no later than Nov. 15, 2017 regarding its status.
For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONTACTBarbara A.W. Wright