Art Awards recognize best and brightest, contributors

Art Awards recognize best and brightest, contributors
Helen Lane, Robert Arleigh White and Betsy Lovett

The 37th Annual Arts & Culture Awards honored three special local innovators, as the Arts Educator Award was presented to Claudia Keundig-Williams, The Innovator Award went to David Engdahl and the Jacksonville Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) took home the Business Arts Award. The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville rolled out announcements April 12 at the Main Library downtown, to learn more or read further about the awards visit www.culturalcouncil.org.

Corelous Bryant, Cultural Council Executive Director Robert Arleigh White, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Executive Director Hope McMath with Ritz Chamber Players Artistic Director Terrance Patterson

Corelous Bryant, Cultural Council Executive Director Robert Arleigh White, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Executive Director Hope McMath with Ritz Chamber Players Artistic Director Terrance Patterson

Innovator Doug Engdahl with Paula Joyner

Innovator Davidf Engdahl
with Paula Joyner

Leigh Ann and Franklin Danley of Regions Bank

Leigh Ann and Franklin Danley of Regions Bank

Helen Lane, Robert Arleigh White and Betsy Lovett

Helen Lane, Robert Arleigh White and Betsy Lovett

Jon Donahoo and Betsy Lovett

Jon Donahoo and Betsy Lovett

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