2014 Lumies Arts & Business Awards
Honoring the Arts Luminaries
in Our Community, in Partnership
with Business, Government & the Arts Community
The Tucson Pima Arts Council is greatly pleased to announce its public call for nominations for the 2014 Lumies Arts & Business Awards. Now in its 13th year, the Lumies recognize the many talented individuals, groups and businesses that contribute to making Southern Arizona a wellspring of creative vitality.
Any member of the public is welcome to submit a nomination for an individual or organization representing any field of the arts in one of the following 11 categories:
- Artist Lifetime Achievement Award: A recognized individual artist who has sustained excellence and innovation in his or her chosen field of art over a significant number of years.
- Established Artist Award: A mid-career artist deserving greater recognition who has demonstrated a commitment to excellence and innovation in her or his chosen field of art.
- Emerging Artist Award: An emerging artist deserving recognition for outstanding innovation in her or his chosen field of art.
- Arts Educator Award: An individual demonstrating outstanding leadership, innovation, and creativity in arts education. Individuals may be involved in primary, secondary, college/university or independent arts educational programs.
- David Hoyt Johnson (Arts Administrator) Award: A current or retired individual who has sustained excellence and innovation in a leadership position in the arts field.
- Established Arts Organization Award: An organization operating for more than ten years that deserves recognition for the innovation, creativity, and sustained excellence it has brought to a field of art.
- Emerging Arts Organization Award: An organization operating fewer than ten years that deserves recognition for the innovation and creativity it has brought to a field of art.
- Arts Education Program Award: An organization demonstrating outstanding leadership, innovation, and creativity in its arts education program.
- Arts Patron Award: An individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, evidenced by her or his support for advancing the arts through advocacy and/or by promotion of the arts through individual resources.
- Business Partner: A business that promotes the arts as a vibrant economic development partner, through the contribution of financial support and leadership.
- Civic Partner: An individual that promotes the arts as central to our community identity and vitality.
Nominations must be received before Friday, March 21, at midnight. Nomination Guidelines and Application.