For Graduating Seniors Only Category Description A series of 8 distinct works that demonstrate versatility as a writer and diversity in writing technique and styles. The works can come from one category or any combination of multiple categories. Graduating Seniors may submit up to two Writing Portfolios, but may not submit the same work in both portfolios. Special Instructions The word count for each piece submitted in a writing portfolio should adhere to the length limits listed in each individual category.
The Heroes will receive their awards at public events in their communities. Dwight Douglas Andrews is dedicated to the idea that music and particularly jazz is an extension of the African-American spiritual tradition that includes gospel and liturgical music.
An affable, calm, approachable man who one member of his ministry likened to an absent-minded professor, Andrews was born in Detroit in and introduced to jazz by his junior high school music instructor.
He pursued music studies at renowned Cass Technical High School, then earned both bachelors and masters degrees in music from University of Michigan.
Andrews has continued in that vein, composing scores for movies and television programs such as W. A Biography in Four Voices and Ms.
The mission of the Alliance is to recognize, reward and encourage the most talented and artists and writers in grades 7 – 12 in the U.S. and at American schools abroad by presenting the Scholastic Art Writing Awards. The Best Photography Contests and Prizes in Chloe Olewitz winners have their work published in the annual Monochrome Photography Awards book. The contest has categories for a wide range of black and white photography, from photojournalism to architectural and conceptual photography. Categories include: Art of Nature, . Company: Terr Mater Factual Studios GmbH Award: Gold World Medal Brand: A TERRA MATER FACTUAL STUDIOS production in co-production with DOCLIGHTS/NDR NATURFILM and NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CH. in association with ARTE FRANCE.
Andrews is known to be generous with his time and guidance and musical contributions. His personal generosity seems at one with his understanding and use of jazz as an aspect of both spiritual and secular expression. In recognition of what he gives in all these ways, the Jazz Journalists Association hails Dr.
Dwight Andrews as an Atlanta Jazz Hero.
Dwight Andrews's Jazz Hero award presentation: Named by Essence as one of "25 Women Shaping the World," a winner of the Blue Foundation's "Keeping the Blues Alive" award for her historical work on women's contributions to that music, and recipient of the Golden Formstone Award from Baltimore's Creative Alliance for her efforts with arts and commitment to social justice, Lea Gilmore is now hailed by the Jazz Journalists Association as the Baltimore Jazz Hero.
She has received other recognitions of her dedication to equality and justice, recently being named one of the first recipients of the James Baldwin Medal for Civil Rights.
She served four terms on the Maryland Advisory Board for the U. Commission on Civil Rights, has worked diligently for reproductive justice for Native American women indeed, all womenand is a staunch and vocal supporter for marriage equality and gay and lesbian rights.
A proud Marylander, Ms. She is known for her bright smile, quick wit and infectious sense of humor as well as her exquisite voice. Those qualities are much admired, as are her productions of her Big Fat Blues Cabaret, her performances and recording of classic blues and jazz and her work promoting knowledge of the under-appreciated role of women in jazz and blues.
The South Side Jazz Coalition was born. A basement event hall holds up toseated at tables; no alcohol is served but food is locally catered. Murphy-Webb settled on this format having being mentored for years by the late, great saxophonist Von Freeman, whose regular sessions at South Side lounges gave her a start in jazz.
Freeman encouraged her to sing Billie Holiday repertoire, gave her free lessons, included her in his bands and turned her on to renowned voice teacher Dr. With three children, she needed steady employment with benefits, and found those first as an office manager for Loyola University for ten years.
After defeating a bout of breast cancer she transferred to inside work as a special investigator doing crisis intervention with the mentally ill and homeless, and child victims of sex crimes.
Following an incident requiring her to have a knee replacement, she retired early she remembers the date to the minute.
After living on the North Side for 27 years, she's lived on the South Side for the past There are white players too who were raised by Von Freeman and have that feel. Their book, based on extensive archival research and years of recorded interviews with musicians, has become a classic, read all over the globe.
The book alone should merit the authors numerous awards besides their designation as paired Jazz Journalists Association Detroit Jazz Heroes, but there is much more to their achievements that also warrants celebration.
Over the last two decades, the duo have lectured on Detroit jazz in schools, community centers and at music festivals, tirelessly promoting their subject to young and old alike, expressing their love for the music and instilling pride for such cultural achievements among new generations of Detroiters.
Their work focuses on musicians but also localizes their achievements within the framework of political, social and economic history, based on an intimate knowledge of the city and its past.Congratulations Winners & Honorable Mentions!
For more than 20 years, the Eddie & Ozzie Awards have recognized excellence in magazine editorial and design across all sectors of the industry.
The Governor General's Awards are a collection of annual awards presented by the Governor General of Canada, recognizing distinction in numerous academic, artistic, and social schwenkreis.com first was conceived and inaugurated in by the Lord Tweedsmuir, a prolific writer of fiction and non-fiction; he created the Governor General's Literary Award with two award categories.
The Best Teen Writing. The Best Teen Writing is an alum-edited anthology of authentic teenage voices from across the country. These Scholastic Awards pieces express the thoughts and aspirations of our nation’s youth. The Alliance prints and distributes 15, free copies of The Best Teen Writing each year to students, educators, families, libraries, and educational organizations throughout.
Art Portfolio includes the former category of Photography Portfolio.
Writing Portfolio includes the former categories of Writing Portfolio Nonfiction and Writing Portfolio General. Drawing and Illustration includes the former category Drawing. Mar 12, · Every year, a jury of leaders in the visual and literary arts comes together to judge the work of talented teens through the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
And those teens, of which 46 were Cambridge students, may become the next generation of great artists, following in the footsteps of. Within the Awards’ 29 categories—which include poetry, photography, sculpture, humor, editorial cartoons, and video game design—a record-breaking , works of art and writing were submitted for adjudication at the regional level this year.