Eva Cairns, Managing Producer of Catalyst Theatre, recognized for Excellence in Arts Management!
The Rozsa Foundation‘s shortlist of nominees for the 2016 Rozsa Award:
- Catherine Broomfield, Executive Director of iHuman Youth Society,
- Eva Cairns, Managing Producer of Catalyst Theatre, and
- Steve Schroeder, Executive Director of the Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF).
Following thorough jury deliberation, these three outstanding nominees have been selected from an elite pool of nominated Arts Managers in Alberta who work to transform their companies.
On Thursday, October 27, the Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management was awarded to Eva Cairns of Catalyst Theatre! The Rozsa Foundation expressed their deepest thanks to Catherine Broomfield of iHuman Youth Society and Stephen Schroeder of Calgary International Film Festival, and all the 2016 nominees for their astounding work in arts management.
Photo credit to Photographer Monique de St. Croix (uppimage).
About the Award: The annual Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management is unique in Canada because of the value and variety of benefits it provides. Established in 2003, the Rozsa Foundation has given over one million dollars in cash awards and benefits to date. Each year, a cash prize of $10 000 is awarded to an exceptional Arts Manager, another $10 000 to their organization, as well as recipient benefits ranging in combined value of up to $100 000 from our partners at Haskayne School of Business, The Alberta School of Business, The Banff Centre, CKUA Radio Network, Deloitte, Structured Abstraction, and Transcend Management Advisors Inc.