National Society of Arts and Letters
The Frank and Hilda W. Reinhart Memorial Award
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Winners of the competition are Joshua Kimerling for his "Night Writers" as the winner of the $3000 award and the judges wished to add a $1000 promising artist award from the Frank and Hilda W. Reinhart Memorial Fund to Jennifer Smith for her work, "From a Teeppee in Taos."
The judges were Ms. Leslie Sharpe, professor at Columbia University in New York; Pamela Prah, Washington Editor from Kiplinger; and Curt Fields, Department Editor of the Weekender from the Washington Post.
We congratulate the winners.
National Society of Arts and Letters is a non-profit, volunteer organization
of men and women who are engaged professionally in the creative and performing
arts or who are actively sponsoring the work of young artists. Founded
in 1944, NSAL is dedicated to creating opportunities for young artists
through local and national competitions.
2000 National Competition in Dance - Ballet
$4000 Washington Cahpter and
$40000 Award in Piano Competition
information on former winners:
Elizabeth Ayres, Creative Writer www.creativewritingcenter.com
Thomas Locker announces new biography available in all stores carrying Children's books, at his own new website http://www.thomaslocker.com and at Amazon.com
|Winner of Music Composition Competition Ty Alan Emerson was married June 24, 2000||Awadagin
Pratt will perform Nationwide.
Carl Banner, Washington Musica Viva, Inc. next performance call BannerArts, 4233C Howard Ave, Kensington, MD. 301-493-5729.
|Competition for 2001 will be Sculpture. come in October for details||Come back in October for new competitions|