Mayors’ Awards – Nominations now due February 4, 2013

Alaska’s Interior mayors and the Fairbanks Arts Association are soliciting nominations for the Mayors’ Awards for the Arts. All nominations must be postmarked, hand-delivered to the FAA office, or emailed to the address in the nomination form no later than February 4, 2013 by 6pm. Awards will be presented on March 29, 2013 in the Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts theater in Pioneer Park at 2300 Airport Way, Fairbanks. The awards will be presented at 6pm, with a reception to follow. This event is free and open to the public.

Awards are open to all individuals or groups, residing in the interior of Alaska who have made significant contributions to contemporary and/or traditional arts within Alaska’s Interior. A person who receives an award is not eligible to receive the same award within the next four years; they may be nominated for a different category within that time frame. Fairbanks Arts Association staff are not eligible to be nominated or nominate awardees.

Categories of Awards:

  • Arts and Leadership Award: recognizes individuals or organizations that have contributed to the promotion of the arts in the Interior.
  • Volunteer Award: recognizes individuals or organizations, whose support of the arts through volunteer service, has made a significant impact on the arts in the Interior.
  • Arts Advocacy Award: recognizes individuals or organizations who champion the arts with advocacy that supports the development of arts programming within the Interior.
  • Youth Arts Award: recognizes individuals (regardless of age) or organizations whose efforts advance arts among young people.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award: recognizes a lifetime of endeavors in the field of arts.

***To successfully complete the fillable PDF form, please do the following:

1) Save the nomination form to your computer

2) Fill out the form and “sign” it once you are finished

3) After saving the filled and signed form to your computer please attach the PDF in an email to

Please follow this link for the full nomination form: 2013 Mayors’ Awards Nomination Form


FBX: BOMB is a new ongoing projection art installation space. Our first project is a text based participatory “projection bomb.” Future projects may be video art pieces, short films, and whatever else people can think of. We welcome submission inquiries.


FBX:BOMB kicked off with a live projection art installation on Jan 4. The public was invited to come down on Friday, Jan 4 from 5PM – 8PM to participate. We projected a question/prompt onto the wall and audience members contributed their response via text message. A few seconds later answers appeared on the wall.

Address: The parking lot of Mark Fejes’ WAG Studios – 1222 Well St @ Good. Across from Well Street Art.

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Presented by Anne Kristoff, Mark Fejes and Sarah Smith
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