Award to an individual or group who has significantly contributed
to the city’s cultural and artistic enrichment and/or has shown
extraordinary support and initiative for the arts.
This year the MCA is seeking public input on nominations for the
award. Commissioners would like to see who community members
believe has made a positive cultural or artistic impact on the
Middletown community. The nominee need not reside in
Middletown but should be an individual or group that has made an
outstanding impact on the arts in this city.
In 2012, The Buttonwood Tree and the Greater Middletown Concert
Association received the award. In 2011, composer Neely Bruce
and the Mayor's Ball Committee earned distinction.
Email suggestions to City Arts Coordinator Stephan Allison at
Stephan.Allison@middletownct.gov no later than Dec. 17. Please identify
the town you live in.
The MCA will be presenting its award honoring this year's recipient
in a local ceremony open to the public coinciding with National Arts
Advocacy Day March 24-25 in Washington, D.C.
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