Business Council for the Arts CEO Katherine Wagner has just revealed that Neiman’s Corporate Culture and Philanthropy VP Mimi Sterling will do an encore as chair of the 2020 Obelisk Award Luncheon fundraiser on Tuesday, November 17, at the Fairmont.
But what’s an awards luncheon without awardees? So, nominations are now being accepted for the following categories:
- Business Champion for the Arts
- Outstanding Leadership Arts Alumnus
- Visionary Nonprofit Arts Leader
- Arts Education
- Arts Partnerships
- New Initiatives
- Distinguished Cultural Organization
Any person, organization, business or group can nominate, but they have to be made by Friday, May 29. It’s simple and free to nominate here!
If you want to wax about your nominee, then write a letter of recommendation. But remember it’s got to be submitted by Wednesday, July 8.