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Fortis Properties Arts Hall of Honour Award

Definition

The Hall of Honour Award recognizes a person, group or arts organization that has made a distinguished lifetime contribution to the cultural life of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Award comes with a piece of original art.

Residency Requirements

There is no residency requirement for the Hall of Honour Award, and the nominee does not have to be a native Newfoundlander or Labradorian.

Nominations

Accredited Newfoundland and Labrador arts organizations and members of the general public can nominate one person.

Nominees will be considered only for the category in which they are nominated.

Each year a request for nominations (along with official nomination forms) is mailed to accredited arts organizations throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. Nominations are also solicited from the general public through print media advertising and the NLAC e-mail list. Nomination forms may be requested from the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC), and are available here.

Permission from the nominee is mandatory.

Deadline: nominations must be received or postmarked by January 31, 2014.

Adequate support material (slides, photographs, compact discs, manuscripts, scores, CD-ROMs, DVDs, recent reviews, etc.) is mandatory and will inform the Council's discussions.

Please Note: Original artworks cannot be accepted as support material. The NLAC is not responsible for damage to or loss of any submitted support material. If you require support material to be returned please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your nomination package OR arrange to pick it up from the NLAC office. Support material will not be returned until after the Arts Awards ceremony. Any support material that has not been picked up after one year will be sent to the provincial archives.

Voting and Selection

Appointees to the Hall of Honour are selected by members of Council who vote by secret ballot. In the event of a tie vote, the Chair has a second vote.

If there are no nominees, or if those nominated do not qualify under the specified criteria, no award will be presented that year.

Hall of Honour appointments may be made posthumously.