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And the Okanagan Arts Awards winners are…

The 2013 Okanagan Arts Awards Ceremonies held on Saturday, March 2, was one of the Okanagan’s finest events.

In all, 45 nominees, their guests and local art supporters were treated to an elegant evening.

Each of the Okanagan Arts Award winners was present with an exquisitely designed glass award created by Lake Country glass artist Bruce Taiji.

2013 Okanagan Arts Award Winners

Media Arts Award: David Mcilvride

Music Award: Craig Thomson

Literary Arts Award: Sterling Haynes

Dance Award: Vicki View

Visual Arts Award: Crystal Przybille

Design Award: Trevor Butler

Theatre Award: Matt Brown

Castanet 2013 - Supporter of the Arts Award: Robert MacDonald

Arts Educator Award: Michelle Loughery

Central Okanagan Foundation Arts Association Award: Creator’s Art Centre

Lifetime Achievement Award: Robert Dow Reid.

Guests were treated to Summerhill Pyramid Winery’s Sparkling Wine paired with delicious appetizers created by chef Michael Lyon, which included a most delectable lobster cappuccino.

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