The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia
34th Annual Awards Celebration2019-04-12T15:38:01-04:00

Date + Time

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

5:30 p.m. Reception + Registration
7:00 p.m. Awards Presentation
8:00 p.m. Networking + Dessert

Location

Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

3680 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6219

Sponsorship Packages

Visionary Level Sponsor

Includes 8 individual business tickets, 2 corporate-sponsored arts tickets, full-page listing in program book, and visibility at event

Leadership Level Sponsor Package

Includes 4 individual business tickets, 1 corporate-sponsored arts ticket, half-page listing in program book, and visibility at event.

Arts + Culture Partner Package

Includes 2 tickets, half-page listing in program book, opportunity to display materials at event. For nonprofit arts and cultural organizations only.

Anne d’Harnoncourt Award for Artistic Excellence

This prestigious award is bestowed upon an artist who has achieved national or worldwide acclaim, embodies artistic achievement and serves as an inspiration to the Greater Philadelphia region both as an artist and a leader.

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G. Fred Dibona Jr. Individual Leadership Award

This honorable award is bestowed upon individuals in the Greater Philadelphia region who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the arts, culture, or creative sectors.

Sponsored by

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PNC Arts Alive Award for Innovation

This award recognizes a visual and/or performing arts group that has successfully demonstrated an innovative approach to increasing arts access and engagement. PNC Arts Alive is a ten-year, $10-million program by The PNC Foundation designed to support visual and performing arts organizations. The goal is to increase engagement in the arts, expand audiences, and make the arts more accessible to diverse audiences in the Philadelphia metropolitan area and Southern New Jersey.

Sponsored by

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Creative Economy Award for Distinction in a For-Profit Creative Field

The Creative Economy Award for Distinction in a For-Profit Creative Field recognizes a successful creative economy business in the areas of growth, community, and innovation.

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Business + Arts Partnership Award

This award recognizes a successful partnership between a business and an arts or cultural organization that clearly demonstrates the roles of leadership from each party as well as their shared benefits.

Sponsored by

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Designing Leadership Alumni Award

This award recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of individual leaders in the creative economy who have invested in professional and personal development by completing the Designing Leadership curriculum. One program graduate will be recognized each year.

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CreativeXchange Alumni Award

This award recognizes individuals who have completed the CreativeXchange curriculum, who are successfully advancing the power of design thinking to innovate at work. One program graduate will be recognized each year.

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Business On Board Volunteer Leader Award

Arts + Business Council Business On Board award winners are nominated by the arts clients they serve for outstanding service as a volunteer board leader. Business On Board trains business professionals to be effective nonprofit board members and then places them on boards of arts and cultural organizations. Business On Board also coaches arts managers and their boards on effectively recruiting, engaging, and retaining board members.

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Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (PVLA) Award

Arts + Business Council PVLA award winners are nominated by the arts clients they serve for outstanding service as a pro bono volunteer. PVLA places volunteer attorneys who provide pro bono and low-cost legal assistance to help artists and arts and culture organizations address their arts-related legal issues.

Sponsored by

Business Volunteers for the Arts (BVA) Award

Angelina Sciolla, Executive Creative Director, Benchworks
for service to Upper Darby Arts & Education Foundation

The BVA award winner can be nominated by the arts clients they served, the nominated individual, or the nominated individual’s business, for outstanding service as a skills-based volunteer. BVA places business professionals as volunteer consultants with nonprofit arts and culture organizations in the areas of marketing, public relations, strategic planning, event planning, human resources management, and financial management.

Sponsored by

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QUESTIONS?

Contact Ari Kushner, Director, Marketing + Development, at (215) 790-3606 or [email protected].

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia