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2011 AbaF Awards – Call for Entries


Thursday, 17th February 2011 at 11:44 am
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Entries are open for the11th annual Australian Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) Awards in 2011.

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2011 AbaF Awards – Call for Entries
Thursday, 17th February 2011 at 11:44 am

Entries are open for the11th annual Australian Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) Awards in 2011.

The annual AbaF Awards are presented to publicly acknowledge and celebrate best practice in private sector support for the arts and culture through partnering, volunteering and giving.

The AbaF Awards occur at a state level as well as nationally. State Winners and National Finalists are announced at state level Awards events in August/September, with National Winners being announced at the National AbaF Awards Dinner in October.

Young and emerging artists, large businesses, SMEs, individual artists, board members, business volunteers, arts companies large and small – all can be eligible to enter.

Maximise the chance of success by attending a Nomination Briefing Information Session in each state.

The 14 AbaF Award Categories 2011 include:

AbaF Arts & Environment Award
AbaF Partnering Award
AbaF SME Award
Arts & Health Foundation Award
QantasLink Regional Award
Toyota Community Award
AbaF Encouragement Award
Bytecraft Entertainment Commitment Award
Australia Council Young and Emerging Artists Award
Woodside Better Business Award
AbaF Giving Award
Dame Elisabeth Murdoch Arts Business Leadership Award
Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Leadership Award
Richard Pratt Business Arts Leadership Award
Good Practice Recognition

To find out more about the Awards including full details, award categories, previous winners, tips, rules and nominations forms visit www.abaf.org.au/awards

Entries close Friday 6 May 2011  



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