City of Lawton

and Lawton Arts & Humanities Council's

Cultural Awards

 

2015 Nominations Opens September 1 and the

Deadline is November 6, 5pm

Call Arts & Humanities Division for more information,

580-581-3470 or 581-3471

 

Click Here to Download 2015 Nomination Brochure

 

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

2014 Lawton Cultural Award Recipients

 

 

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

 

PAST RECIPIENTS
Cultural Award Winners

For complete listing click here

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

 

 

2010

Left to Right with artwork by Patty Ferguson: Business in the Arts, Tipton’s Fine Jewelry (Mike & Kathy Tipton); Artist of the Year, Fran Wehner; Educator in the Arts, Janice Bear; Educator in the Humanities, Dr. Judy Neale; RCM Citizen of the Arts, Bobbi Matchette; and RCM Citizen of the Humanities, John Hernandez