Annie Awards

In 2000, the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County began recognizing six different “Annie Award” winners for their lasting, significant, and inspiring contribution to an art form, an arts organization and/or to the wider community of Anne Arundel County. This year marks the 19th Annual presentation of the prestigious Arts award honoring one member of the community in each of 9 categories: Literary Arts, Visual Arts, Arts Patron, Performing Arts, Arts Educator, Lifetime Achievement, Arts Philanthropist,  Historic Arts, and Arts Excellence in Leadership.

Announcing the 2017 Annie Award Recipients

Life Time Achievement- Christopher B. Nelson

 

Arts Educator- Helen Smith Tarchalski

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Arts Patron- Wallace Treiber

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Historic Arts- Robert C. Clark

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Literary Arts- Christopher Scotton

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Performing Arts- Jeanne Kelly

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Visual Arts-Yumi Hogan

First Lady of Maryland

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Images courtesy of Amy Raab and Don Dement

Nominations

Nominees must primarily work in or be residents of Anne Arundel County, who contribute to enriching the arts and have achieved regional and/or national recognition for their work.

Nomination Categories & Guidelines>ANNIE AWARD NOMINATION CATEGORIES AND CRITIERIA 2018

Annie Awards Nomination Form > Please submit your Nominations by June 20th 


Previous Annie Award Winners >

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