Mayor’s Arts Awards

By January 27, 2012KRNN

KRNN congratulates this year’s Juneau Arts and Humanities Council’s “Mayor’s Awards for the Arts” recipients:

• Artist: Dan Hopson, musician, classical guitarist, and music teacher.

• Arts in Education: The Elementary Art Specialist team of Nancy Lehnhart and Mimi Walker Medenica.

• Business Leadership in the Arts: Alaskan Brewing Company.

• Innovative Application of the Arts: Lucid Reverie.

• Lifetime Achievement in the Arts: Guy “Buddy” Tabor, musician, singer/songwriter.

• Patron of the Arts: Bruce Simonson

• Volunteer for the Arts: Bing Carillo

Awards will be handed out at the Sunday Wearable Arts show at Centennial Hall on February 12, 2012. More Information.

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