2016 Ewing Arts Awards


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Tickets for the 2016 Ewing Arts Awards:

Thursday, July 21, 2016 at 6pm (doors open at 5:30)

$30 general admission, $10 students

Reserve your tickets with Janice at the Keene Sentinel: 603-352-1234 x1004

Purchase tickets over the phone or leave a message with your name, the number of tickets you'd like, and your phone number

 

About the Ewing Arts Awards 2016


The Keene Sentinel and Arts Alive! have again partnered to celebrate the diversity and excellence of artists in the Monadnock region. 

The mission of the event is to bring more focus and attention to the myriad artists in this region, said Keene Sentinel President Terrence Williams. Last year, 15 visual and performing artists were honored. The success of the event resulted in making it an annual occurrence, he said. “We could not have hoped for a better outcome,” he said referring to last year’s ceremony and magazine. “It was an honor to showcase the treasures of this region’s creative community.”

Click here to see videos of last year's winners

The awards, he said, seek to recognize excellence in the visual and performing arts and to acknowledge how these artists give back to their communities and their professions. Winners will be profiled in a special glossy magazine that will be published July 22. The evening prior, July 21, will feature a reception for the artists at Redfern Arts Center Recital Hall on the campus of Keene State College.

This Year's Winners

Nominations were accepted through May 15th, 2016. Winners were selected at the end of May and will be celebrated at the Ewing Arts Awards Reception on Thursday July 21st at 5:30pm. 2016 Winners are:

Individual Artists:
Jim Murphy, visual artist
Rostislav Eismont, visual artist
Erika Radich, visual artist
Soosen Dunholter, visual artist
Sandy Sherman, visual artist
Cassandra Tobey, choreographer
Jose Lezcano, musician
Dan Scully, architect
Christine Destrempes, visual artist and public art creator
Larry Siegel, composer

Organizations & Presenters:
New Hampshire Dance Institute
Scott Mullet & The Keene Jazz Orchestra
Karen Lyle & Keene ArtWalk
Mariposa Museum
The Colonial Theatre

Student artists:
Leeann Minard, May Minard, and Maude Warshaw, dancer/choreographers