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American Prize is honored to announce the winner of The American Prize in Arts Marketing, 2019-20. Congratulations!
The American Prize in Arts Marketing recognizes and rewards the best
marketing campaigns by performing arts organizations in America, based
on submitted applications from professional or community groups. The contest seeks evidence
of campaigns that combine inspiration and creativity with demonstrable success, regardless of the budget available.
Complete listings of finalists and semi-finalists in The American Prize competitions may be found elsewhere on this blog. Please use the chronological tool in the right-hand column to find specific results.
REMINDER—COVID EXTENSIONS: Because of the current national and international situation, many rules have been changed and requirements eased to make it easier to apply for The American Prize 2020-21, In addition, we will accept applications from COMPOSERS, CLASSICAL VOCALISTS, PIANISTS, CHAMBER ENSEMBLES and INSTRUMENTAL SOLOISTS postmarked or emailed by the new Covid-extended deadline date of Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Applications from CONDUCTORS, STAGE DIRECTORS, CONDUCTED ENSEMBLES, ARTS ADMINISTRATORS (arts marketing, arts education) and in the performance of American Music (BACON AWARD) will be accepted until Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Further extensions may be granted pending the most current information about he virus. Visit theamericanprize.org for complete contest information.
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The American Prize in Arts Marketing, 2019-20
The American Prize winner:
We work to sustain Quincy's renowned cultural vitality and enrich our community through the arts. We're working to influence academic achievement, drive economic prosperity, and improve the overall health and well-being of ourselves and our neighbors. Our national-award winning programs are made possible because of the support we receive from our generous donors.
Each year, Arts Quincy:
· Brings arts activities to local schools for
7,500+ students through Instant Arts Classroom Funds
· Increases access to public art, culture and
entertainment through Arts Dollars Matching Grants
· Promotes 55 area nonprofit arts and culture organizations
through our semi-monthly Arts Blast email, weekly Arts Beat Media Segments, the bi-monthly Arts Quincy Magazine, Social Media posts,
and more than 12,000 Public Service Announcements. Visit https://www.artsquincy.org/