The fourth annual event to honor local arts advocates, educators and businesses will take place Nov. 17 at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center.
The Community Arts Awards is sponsored by Ted Jones and is presented by Ivy Tech Community College in partnership with the City of Bloomington Arts Commission. The event will feature arts workshops such as clowning with Rosie the Clown, a DJ workshop with WFHB DJ’s as well as a chance to learn the new Bloomington community song “Ride” by Jeff Cannon.
There are five 2018 awardees, according to a press release from the John Waldron Arts Center: Danielle McClelland, Monster House Press, Gerry Masse and Sculpture Trails, Cardinal Stage and Sandi Clark.
Winners were selected by an independent community group which included administrators, residents, supporters and artists.
The awards event is free and open to the public and will begin at 6 p.m.
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