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CTAC’s 2018 eddi Award Recipients
Crooked Tree Arts Center’s 2018 eddi Award recipients have been selected, and will be recognized at the Awards Ceremony on Thursday, September 20 at the Arts Center.
The eddi Awards honor and celebrate the individuals and organizations who work to keep the arts alive in Northern Michigan through appreciation and participation.
Named for the late eddi Offield, Crooked Tree Arts Center is grateful to the Offield Family for the opportunity to recognize excellence in the arts by hosting these awards. eddi Offield was an accomplished artist in her own right, as well as a generous benefactor and advocate for the arts in Northern Michigan.
The recipients are as follows: Jim Kan, Arts in Education; Bob Harmeling, Individual Patron; Äbby Kent, Visual Artist; Isaac Wittenberg, Young Artist; Harbor Springs Area Historical Society, Arts & Cultural Organization; Monarch Floral/William Santos, Benefactor; Nikki Devitt, Performing Artist; and Ron Fowler, Lifetime Achievement.
The 2018 eddi sponsors to date are Blissfest Music Organization, PNC Bank, Karin Offield, Petoskey Plastics, WCMU Public Media, Little Traverse Civic Theare, and Granite & Quartz Countertops.
Tickets for the Awards Ceremony are $55. Past eddi Award recipients receive one free ticket, redeemable by calling the front desk and making a reservation.
For more information about the eddi Awards, visit www.crookedtree.org, or contact the Crooked Tree Arts Center at 231-347-4337. The Crooked Tree Arts Center is located at 461 E. Mitchell Street, downtown Petoskey.