Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA)
08/20/21 5:00 PM
Awards to Georgia individual residents, businesses, and nonprofit organizations for outstanding contributions to the arts and humanities sector. The award is intended to recognize exceptional groups, for-profits, and individuals that have helped to promote the state's vitality through excellence and service to the arts and humanities. The award acknowledges the value of the arts and humanities in the creation of a thriving economy and their contributions to education, innovation, growth, and quality of life.
Examples of notable activities by an organization include, but are not limited to, use of the arts or humanities to address an acute community need, innovative programs in support of or utilizing the arts or humanities, and long-term financial commitment to supporting the sustainability and growth of the arts and humanities sector in Georgia.
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Georgia Council for the Arts
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