Allianz Arts & Business NI Awards 2019
Arts & Business Northern Ireland has launched the Allianz Arts & Business NI Awards for 2019. The Awards celebrate the best examples of arts and business creative partnerships and the outstanding achievements of these collaborations throughout Northern Ireland. Arts & Business NI are encouraging entries from business and arts partnerships that took place between 1 September 2017 and 31 August 2018.
Launching the Awards were Helen Hutchinson, Customer Relationship Executive, Allianz and Mary Nagele, Chief Executive, Arts & Business NI
Nomination forms are now available to download from the A&B NI website and deadline for completed nominations is noon, Friday 12th October 2018.
Six awards are open for entry with three additional Awards presented on the evening for Cultural Fundraiser of the Year, the Business of the Year and the Arts Award.
Business of the Year Award will be awarded to a business that has excelled through integrating Arts & Culture through different facets of its business strategy.
The Arts Award, worth £3,000 is presented to a local arts organisation which has consistently sought to develop and pioneer new ideas, whilst demonstrating a progressive and creative approach to a business partnership.
Allianz will present an additional Community Arts Award in the amount of £2,000, awarded to a local community project with a cultural emphasis which has been nominated by an Allianz staff member. Awarded to a partnership where the business uses the power of the arts to develop innovative and dynamic new connections with the wider community.
NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR:-
Cultural Social Responsibility
Awarded to a partnership where the business uses the power of the arts to develop innovative and dynamic new connections with the wider community.
Awarded to a partnership where culture and creativity is used in branding and marketing activity and is embedded in the identity of a business.
Awarded to a partnership that involves employees in the arts and incorporates creativity and innovation into the workplace.
Awarded to a business who has developed a new partnership with the arts to meet its business objectives.
Awarded to a partnership maintained for over 3 years and continuing to set standards in creative arts-business collaborations.
Arts Board Member of the Year (separate application)
Awarded to an individual who, in a voluntary capacity, has added outstanding benefit to an arts organisation in a governance role, perhaps through a formal professional development placement such as Board Bank or Young Professionals on Arts Boards.
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The Awards ceremony for the Allianz Arts & Business NI Awards will be held in January 2019.
Nomination form available online: https://www.artsandbusinessni.org.uk/allianz-arts-business-ni-awards-2019/awards-launch