The Cleveland Arts Prize (CAP) is the oldest award of its kind in the United States. With a 57 year history, the Prize is a testament to the standard of excellence and quality of artists in Northeast Ohio. In addition to artists, the Cleveland Arts Prize honors individuals and organizations that have expanded the community’s participation in the arts.
The Cleveland Arts Prize conducts a series of raffles throughout the year as a way of fundraising for the day to day operations of the organization. Your raffle ticket buys more than a chance, it helps us continue our mission to support arts in our community.
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We've been busy making documentary videos of our winners for our biographies in the archive. See our newest ones here and stay tuned for our upcoming projects.
2016 Cleveland Arts Prize Awardees
Photography by Rob Muller.
From Left to Right: Dave Lucas (2016 Emerging Artist Prize in Literature), John Elliott (2016 Emerging Artist Prize in Music), Kristen Cliffel (2016 Mid-Career Prize in Visual Arts), William Boehm (2016 Martha Joseph Prize-Award accepted by Singing Angel Alumni, Susan St. John), Dee Perry (2016 Robert P. Bergman Prize), Liza Grossman (2016 Mid-Career Prize in Music), Peter van Dijk (CAP 1969 & 2016 Special Honoree), & Mary Verdi-Fletcher (2016 Lifetime Achievement Prize in Theatre & Dance).
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