City of Lawton

and Lawton Arts & Humanities Council's

Cultural Awards

 

2016 Nominations Opens September 2 and the

Deadline is November 4, 5pm

Call Arts & Humanities Division for more information,

580-581-3470 or 581-3471

 

 

 

Since 1971, the City of Lawton and the Lawton Arts & Humanities Council recognizes those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the cultural life of our community. This recognition is given in the form of six award categories:

Roma Clift Montgomery Citizen of the Arts
Roma Clift Montgomery Citizen of the Humanities
Educator in the Arts
Educator in the Humanities
Business/Organization in the Arts & Humanities
Artist of the Year

 

Congratulations to the

2015 Lawton Cultural Award Recipients

 

 

L-R: One to Six Artist Janie Griffin with Allison Yates, Educator in the Arts; Steve Southerland, Artist of the Year; Sandy Hunsucker, Roma Clift Montgomery Citizen of the Arts; Craig Riha, Golden Corral, Business in the Arts and Dr. William Jolly, Roma Clift Montgomery Citizen of the Humanities

 

 

 

PAST RECIPIENTS
Cultural Award Winners

For complete listing click here

 

 

2014

Left to Right, artwork by John Hernandez: Martha McCartney, RCM Citizen of the Arts; Alan Jolly for Southwest Exteriors, Business in the Arts; Virginia O'Leary, RCM Citizen of the Humanities; Kelly Martin, Educator in the Arts; Dr. Terence Freeman, Educator in the Humanities; Tom Biggs, Artist of the Year; & John Hernandez, 2014 One to Six Art Purchase Award Winner

 

2013

 

Left to Right with artwork by Santos Rubio: Neil West, RCM Citizen of the Arts; Tim Sauptty, Artist of the Year; John G. Morris, Educator in the Humanities; Scott Richard Klein, Educator in the Arts; Larry Campbell for Southwest Pride Barbershop, Organization in the Arts; and Victor & Martha Leary (Martha unable to attend), RCM Citizen of the Humanities

 

 

2012

 

Left to Right with artwork by Myron Beeson: Business in the Arts, City National Bank (Paul Elwanger); Educator in the Humanities, Dr. Von Underwood accepting for Tony Allison; Debbie Wood; Educator in the Arts; RCM Citizen of the Arts, Kelly & Teresa Pendergraft; Artist of the Year, Mandee Thomas; RCM Citizen of the Humanities, Catherine Caccioppoli, and "One to Six Artist", Myron Beeson

 

 

 

 

2011

Left to right front row: Ronda Norrell, RCM Citizen of the Humanities; Tom & Barbara Bullock with Tom Biggs artwork RCM Citizen of the Arts; Greg Hoepfner, Ph.D., Educator in the Arts; Kim Baker, Executive Director, Oklahoma Arts Council

 

Left to right back row: Tom Biggs, One to Six Artist; Ana Basora Walker & Jay Walker, Business in the Arts & Humanities; Patrick Hill, Artist of the Year; and Wallace Moore, Sr., Educator in the Humanities