Clockwise from top left: Frances Koncan, Julie Hackett, John Gill, CAHRD
Congratulations to the NSI staff, friends and grads nominated for this year’s Winnipeg Arts Council awards.
- Frances Koncan (CBC New Indigenous Voices), RBC On the Rise award – nominated by Anjali Sandhu.
- NSI associate faculty member Julie Hackett, Making a Mark award – nominated by NSI.
- NSI sponsor the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD), Arts Champion award – nominated by NSI.
- NSI CEO John Gill, Investors Group Making a Difference award – nominated by Carole Vivier.
Winners will be announced at the Mayor’s Luncheon for the Arts in Winnipeg on June 8.
CBC New Indigenous Voices grad, musician and 2014 RBC On the Rise award winner Leonard Sumner will be emceeing the event.
Congrats and good luck to the nominees.
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National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) operates with ongoing funding from Core Funders: Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage, the City of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council; Benefactors: TELUS, Telefilm Canada; Patron: Bell Media; CBC; Builders: APTN, Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries; Strategic Sponsors: Directors Guild of Canada, Entertainment One, Super Channel, Corus Entertainment, Blue Ant Media; Friends: Manitoba Film & Music, RBC Emerging Artists Project, The Winnipeg Foundation, The Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation, ZoomerMedia, Breakthrough Entertainment, Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD).