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It’s a Celebration! The 2017 BCA 10 Gala: Best Businesses That Partner with the Arts

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It’s a Celebration! The 2017 BCA 10 Gala: Best Businesses That Partner with the Arts

On October 11th, business and arts leaders gathered at the iconic Central Park Boathouse in New York City to honor the best businesses partnering with the arts in America at the annual BCA 10 Awards. Now in its 13th year, this black-tie gala presented by Americans for the Arts’ Business Committee for the Arts brought an evening of stories and musical performances that showcased the great gain in the business and arts communities coming together. 

 

The companies recognized this year join an illustrious list of honorees who are transforming their businesses and their communities by partnering with the arts to foster innovation, engage employees, and contribute to the health and quality of local life. This year’s BCA 10 honorees are:

 

21c Museum Hotels

Cardinal Health

Guitar Center Inc.

Halekulani Corporation

Houston Methodist

Humana Inc.

Kaiser Permanente Colorado

Lincoln Financial Group

Magic Hat Brewing Company

The Betsy-South Beach

 

 

UNIQLO and The Museum of Modern Art received the BCA pARTnership Award and Raymond J. McGuire, Global Head of Corporate & Investment Banking, Citi, received the BCA Leadership Award.

 

 

  

The night kicked off with a cocktail hour for attendees overlooking the Central Park Lake, and was followed by award presentations, dinner, and musical performances. Each BCA honoree was presented with an original inscribed piece of glass from the artists at Rosetree Glass. Broadway, film, and tv star Santino Fontana, performed jazzy tunes and a few from his performance career.  Cellist Derek Loue, student at the Juilliard School of Music, gave an enchanting solo performance.

 

 

Honorees 21c Museum Hotels, Halekulani Corporation, and The Betsy-South Beach come from the hotel industry. 21c Museum Hotels puts contemporary art at the heart of its experience. The company was founded by contemporary art collectors and preservationists who believe in the power of art to transform communities. Halekulani has created and developed a bespoke program of experiences for its guests and patrons, including its “For You, Everything” program, which invites guests to enjoy the cultural and arts offering on Oahu through VIP complimentary access and select private docent tours at some of the most famous and iconic arts and cultural institutions in the city. The Betsy Hotel—family-owned and independently operated—aims to capture and champion the power of community through its dedicated PACE (Philanthropy, Arts, Culture, and Education) program.

 

Cardinal Health, Houston Methodist, Humana Inc. and Kaiser Permanente Colorado come from the healthcare industry. Cardinal Health’s culture of giving back to the arts begins with chairman, CEO, and classically trained opera singer, George Barrett, who frequently says that the arts influence his leadership style. Houston Methodist’s programs of its Center for Performing Arts Medicine have expanded to include integration of the performing and visual arts into the hospital environment, where the power of the arts accelerate patient healing and provide holistic care. Humana prioritizes arts and health research by enlisting the support of creative economy producers and supports the arts through donations and volunteerism. Kaiser Permanente Colorado has supported the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, facilitating programming within the organization that cultivates employee creativity and connectedness

 

Guitar Center, widely known for its instrument and monetary support to more than 400 schools, music programs, charities, and nonprofit organizations each year. Magic Hat Brewing Company accepted their award with a spirited toast in the tradition of the company. Lincoln Financial Group has been a long-standing partner to the arts in the communities in which it has a major business presence, supporting many cornerstone organizations through the years.

 

UNIQLO and MoMA’s shared passion for quality, innovation, and spreading the joy of art around the world lends to their dynamic partnership and Raymond McGuire brings his style of humor, wit, intensity, and thoughtfulness to his work and that which touches the arts.

 

We are thankful to our sponsors, event attendees, performers, presenters, and nominators for contributing to such a successful night celebrating businesses that partner with the arts.

 

Nominations for the BCA 10 Awards open in November. We look forward to learning about the creative arts and business partnerships in your community.

 

View the BCA 10 program book to learn more about this year’s best businesses partnering with the arts.

 

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(Left to Right) Robert Lynch, President & CEO, Americans for the Arts, Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator, Studio Museum Harlem, and 2017 BCA Leadership honoree Raymond McGuire, Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking, Citi. Photo by Rana Faure.

 

Photo 2:

Santino Fontana performs at the BCA 10 with Steven Fiefke on the piano. Photo by Rana Faure.

 

Photo 3:

Peter Shaindlin, COO of Halekulani Corporation accepts a 2017 BCA 10 award.Photo by Rana Faure.

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Announcing the 2017 BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America

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Announcing the 2017 BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America

Americans for the Arts is pleased to announce the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America honorees for 2017.

 

Presented every year by the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), a division of Americans for the Arts, the BCA 10 awards honor 10 U.S. companies for their exceptional commitment to the arts through grants, local partnerships, volunteer programs, matching gifts, sponsorships, and board membership.

 

The BCA 10 Awards will be presented by Americans for the Arts on October 11, 2017, at a black-tie gala at the Central Park Boathouse in New York City. The 2017 honorees are:

 

21c Museum Hotels (Louisville, KY)

Cardinal Health (Dublin, OH)

Guitar Center (Westlake Village, CA)

Halekulani (Honolulu, HI)

Houston Methodist (Houston, TX)

Humana Inc. (Louisville, KY)

Kaiser Permanente Colorado (Denver, CO)

Lincoln Financial Group (Radnor, PA)

Magic Hat Brewing Company (South Burlington, VT)

The Betsy Hotel (Miami Beach, FL)

 

"We are grateful to honor these businesses and individuals for their exceptional involvement in ensuring that the arts thrive in their communities," said Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts. "They provide the arts with significant financial and in-kind support, and they incorporate meaningful arts-related programs into their employee, customer, and community relations activities – truly setting a standard for other businesses to follow."  

 

 For information regarding BCA 10, please contact Jessica Gaines, Business Committee for the Arts Coordinator, at (202) 371-2830 or via e-mail at jgaines@artsusa.org.

 

Event sponsorship and program book advertising opportunities are available.

 

 

Americans for the Arts is the leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education in America. With offices in Washington, D.C. and New York City, it has a record of more than 55 years of service. Americans for the Arts is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts. Additional information is available at AmericansForTheArts.org.

 

Business Committee for the Arts (BCA) was founded in 1967 by David Rockefeller. A division of Americans for the Arts, the BCA encourages, inspires, and stimulates businesses to support the arts in the workplace, in education, and in the community. BCA merged with Americans for the Arts in 2008.

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BCA 10 Nominations Close in One Week

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Presented annually by Americans for the Arts' Business Committee for the Arts, the BCA 10 Awards recognize the 10 best businesses partnering with the arts in America.

 

Nominations close January 13, 2017. All honorees will be celebrated at the BCA 10 black-tie gala in New York City on October 11, 2017.

 

Learn more about the BCA 10 Awards at www.americansforthearts.org/events/bca-10 and view photos from this year’s eventIf you have any questions, please contact Jessica Gaines at bca@artsusa.org

 

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2017 BCA 10: Call for Nominations

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Nominations are open!

We’re looking for the best businesses in America partnering with the arts. Presented annually by Americans for the Arts' Business Committee for the Arts, the BCA 10 Awards recognize the 10 best businesses partnering with the arts in America.

 

Past honorees include AutoZone, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Edward Jones, John Deere, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Scholastic, and many other businesses of all sizes. Help us recognize great companies by nominating a business in your community that partners with the arts.  

 

See a re-cap of the 2016 BCA 10 Award winners here.

 

Learn more about the BCA 10 Awards at www.americansforthearts.org/events/bca-10 and view photos from this year’s event

 

Nominations close January 13, 2017. All honorees will be celebrated at the BCA 10 black-tie gala in New York City in October 2017.

 

For more information, go to www.americansforthearts.org/bca10.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Gaines at bca@artsusa.org

 

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Celebrating Businesses That Partner with the Arts at the BCA 10 Gala

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Celebrating Businesses That Partner with the Arts at the BCA 10 Gala

On October 5th, business and arts leaders gathered at the iconic Central Park Boathouse in New York City to honor the best businesses partnering with the arts in America at the annual BCA 10 Awards. Now in its 12th year, this black-tie gala presented by Americans for the Arts’ Business Committee for the Arts brought an evening of stories and musical performances that showcased the great gain in the business and arts communities coming together. 

 

The companies recognized this year join an illustrious list of honorees who are transforming their businesses and their communities by partnering with the arts to foster innovation, engage employees, and contribute to the health and quality of local life. This year’s BCA 10 honorees are:

Austin Energy

Badger Meter

CopperPoint Insurance Companies

Dealer.com

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

Dunlap Codding

Johnson & Johnson

M Powered Strategies, Inc.

Northern Trust

Procter & Gamble

 

Aetna, Inc. was named this year’s BCA Hall of Fame recipient and Robert Buchsbaum, CEO of Blick Art Materials, was named 2016 BCA Leadership Award recipient.

 

The night kicked off with a cocktail hour for attendees overlooking the Central Park Lake, and was followed by award presentations, dinner, and musical performances. Each BCA honoree was presented with an original inscribed piece of glass from the artists at Rosetree Glass. Broadway star and 2009 Tony Award winner for Best Actress, Alice Ripley, performed stirring songs from her career. Pianist Julius Rodriguez, jazz piano student at the Juilliard School of Music, gave an enchanting solo performance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alice Ripley performs at the BCA 10 with Jessica Means on the piano. 

Photo by Rana Faure.

 

Austin Energy, Badger Meter, and Dogfish Head Craft Brewery appreciate that the arts can help engage both employees and communities. Austin Energy collaborated with Forklift Danceworks to develop an evening-length performance for the city that featured the utility company’s linemen, technicians, and employees. Badger Meter also incorporated employees in an innovative community outreach program that became a concert written and performed by the employees. And Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s community engagement department appropriately named “Beer and Benevolence” has longtime dedicated support to the local arts and culture scene. Read more about the arts engaging employees.

 

Dealer.com, Dunlap Codding, and M Powered Strategies, Inc. boost and emphasize vibrant communities and accessibility. Dealer.com commissioned eight large-scale art pieces around Burlington which are the largest public art canvasses in the state of Vermont. Dunlap Codding has a large indoor/outdoor gathering place that encourages artistic expression and has hosted and facilitated more than 150 arts programs free of charge. And, M Powered Strategies, Inc. proudly supports hearing-impaired device maintenance and American Sign Language interpreted performances to their partner Shakespeare Theatre Company. Learn more about how the arts can contribute to a vibrant quality of life and cultural scene.

 

CopperPoint Insurance Companies encourage innovative thinking by encouraging employees to join Boards and other leadership roles in local arts and culture institutions.  Both Northern Trust and Procter & Gamble show their appreciation to their employees through opportunities to express and perform with company choirs and singing competitions. Read more about the value of using the arts to “Say Thanks”.

 

Aetna, Inc.’s outstanding support of the arts is far reaching with national impact throughout Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, and Michigan, and Robert Buchsbaum’s brings his style of smart, unconventional, and forward-thinking servitude and leadership across the country as CEO of Blick Art Materials.

 

 

2016 BCA Leadership Award winner Robert Buchsbaum (left) and Edgar Smith (right), BCA Executive Board Chairman and CEO of World Pac Paper. 

Photo credit: Rana Faure

 

Floyd Green, Vice President of Community Relations and Urban Marketing at Aetna, gives acceptance speech for Aetna Inc.’s 2016 BCA Hall of Fame Award.

Photo credit: Rana Faure

 

We are thankful to our sponsors, event attendees, performers, presenters, and nominators for contributing to such a successful night celebrating businesses that partner with the arts.

 

Do you know of a business that deserves to be recognized for its partnerships with the arts? Nominations for the BCA 10 Awards open November 7th. We look forward to learning about the creative arts and business partnerships in your community!

 

View the BCA 10 program book to learn more about this year’s best businesses partnering with the arts.

 

Top Photo: (Left to Right ) John Haworth, Director, George Gustav Heye Center (National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution), Board Member, Arts & Business Council of New York. Bob Lynch, President andCEO of Americans for the Arts. Edgar Smith, Chairman and CEO, World Pac Paper, BCA Executive Board Chairman, AFTA Board Member. Alecia Kintner, President & CEO, ArtsWave, Chair, Americans for the Arts Private Sector Council

 

Photo credit: Rana Faure

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Announcing the 2016 BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America

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Announcing the 2016 BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America

Americans for the Arts is pleased to announce the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America honorees for 2016.

 

Presented every year by the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), a division of Americans for the Arts, the BCA 10 awards honor 10 U.S. companies for their exceptional commitment to the arts through grants, local partnerships, volunteer programs, matching gifts, sponsorships, and board membership.

 

The BCA 10 Awards will be presented by Americans for the Arts on October 5, 2016, at a black-tie gala at the Central Park Boathouse in New York City. The 2016 honorees are:

 

Austin Energy (Austin, TX)
Badger Meter (Milwaukee, WI)
CopperPoint Insurance Companies (Phoenix, AZ)
Dealer.com (Burlington, VT)
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Milton, DE)
Dunlap Codding (Oklahoma City, OK)
Johnson & Johnson (New Brunswick, NJ)
M Powered Strategies, Inc. (Washington, DC)
Northern Trust (Chicago, IL)
Procter & Gamble (Cincinnati, OH)

 

This year saw first-time awards for businesses representing the states of Arizona, Delaware, New Jersey, and Vermont.

 

"We are grateful to honor these 10 businesses for their exceptional involvement in ensuring that the arts thrive in their communities," said Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts. "These businesses provide the arts with significant financial and in-kind support, and they incorporate meaningful arts-related programs into their employee, customer, and community relations activities. They enrich the lives of millions of Americans and truly set a standard for other businesses to follow."

 

For information regarding the BCA 10 including sponsorship and tickets, please contact Emily Peck, Vice President of Private Sector Initiatives at 202-371-2830 or via e-mail at epeck@artsusa.org.

 

Americans for the Arts is the leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education in America. With offices in Washington, D.C. and New York City, it has a record of more than 50 years of service. Americans for the Arts is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts. Additional information is available at AmericansForTheArts.org.

 

Founded in 1967 by David Rockefeller, the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), a division of Americans for the Arts, encourages, inspires, and stimulates businesses to support the arts in the workplace, in education, and in the community. The Business Committee for the Arts merged with Americans for the Arts’ in 2008.

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U.S. Bank and others Honored at the Arts Breakfast of Champions

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U.S. Bank and others Honored at the Arts Breakfast of Champions

More than 340 guests joined the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) and RACC’s Business Committee for the Arts at the Portland Art Museum on February 24, 2016 for the organization’s annual Arts Breakfast of Champions.

 

“We wanted to celebrate not only the generosity of businesses who support the arts but also the vital role arts and artists play in making Portland a wonderful place to do business, visit, give voice to our diversity, educate our young people and live in a thriving creative environment,” said Eloise Damrosch, RACC’s Executive Director, about the event.

 

This year’s breakfast honored several businesses in the Portland, Oregon region, including some who had previously been recognized by Americans for the Arts as BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America honorees, such as:

 

  

U.S. Bank (2015 BCA 10 honoree)

 

 

 Portland General Electric (2010 BCA 10 honoree)

 

Boeing Company (2007 and 2006 BCA 10 honoree)

 

 Wells Fargo & Company (2005 BCA 10 honoree)

 

“Support for the arts has many benefits for artists and audiences, such as providing exposure to cultural diversity, promoting self-expression, initiating creative problem solving, building economic prosperity, and enhancing quality of life,” U.S. Bank’s Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Davis said upon being named a BCA 10 recipient in 2015. “The numerous partnerships between businesses and arts organizations serve to foster civic pride and create sustainable cultural institutions, making our communities better places for everyone to live, work, and play.” Watch a video of Richard Davis’s acceptance speech at the BCA 10 here.

 

 

The Arts Breakfast of Champions also saluted US Representative from Oregon Suzanne Bonamici, who helped to start the Congressional STEAM Caucus and most recently was able to amend the new Every Student Succeeds Act (replacing No Child Left Behind) to add the arts as a part of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs.

 

 

The Arts Breakfast of Champions was established in 1995 by Northwest Business for Culture and the Arts (NWBCA) as an annual celebration of corporate philanthropy. RACC has established a new Business Committee for the Arts (BCA) that is continuing the breakfast event to recognize top corporate donors to the arts, and to provide motivating examples of how businesses are using the arts to inspire employees, stimulate innovation and foster creative collaboration.

 

Congratulations to all of the honorees!

 

Photo: Andie Petkus Photography

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NV Energy Shares Its Arts & Business Story Statewide

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NV Energy Shares Its Arts & Business Story Statewide

2015 BCA 10 honoree NV Energy employees have traveled across Nevada to share the story of their successful arts and business partnerships and celebrate their BCA 10 recognition. NV Energy has been supportive of the arts for nearly 30 years through the NV Energy Foundation, and in the past 10 years alone, the foundation has committed $3.4 million towards arts and culture initiatives in rural and urban Nevada.

 

In collaboration with the Nevada Arts Council, the agency who nominated NV Energy for the award, the announcements began in Reno, Nevada on June 30, 2015, hosted by Arts for All Nevada at the Lake Mansion. The strategy was to invite local media and representatives of arts organizations supported by NV Energy and the NV Energy Foundation from throughout the state to learn of this prestigious and first-time award for a business in Nevada.

 

Subsequent events were hosted in Elko, Nevada on July 6 at the Northeastern Nevada Museum and in Las Vegas on July 15 at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The host locations represented the diversity of communities in Nevada from the western frontier to Nevada’s most urban centers. Nevada Arts Council Board Members were present at each event to provide the background and context of the award.

 

“The Nevada Arts Council submitted this nomination because the Nevada Arts Council and NV Energy and the NV Energy Foundation are committed to ensuring that Nevada remains rich in arts,” said Susan Boskoff, executive director of the Nevada Arts Council. “We mutually believe that the arts are absolutely essential to the wellbeing of our state - creating vibrant communities, diversifying local economies and providing our children a complete education.”

 

“At NV Energy we believe the arts are essential to the quality of life for all Nevadans wherever they live,” said Paul Caudill, NV Energy president and CEO. Caudill is also chairman of the NV Energy Foundation. “The arts build vibrant communities - whether large or small, urban, or rural. Not only are the arts good for communities, they are good for business and are critical to economic diversification, tourism and educational reform strategies. While this award is an honor, the recognition is really a reflection on the thriving arts organizations working so hard every day to create art opportunities for all of us to enjoy.”

 

Learn more about NV Energy’s arts contributions.

 

Do you know of a business that deserves to be recognized for the contributions to the arts? Nominations for the 2016 BCA 10 awards open in November 2015. Learn more about the BCA 10.

 

Photo features NV Energy's Mary Simmons, Vice President, Business Development and Community Strategy, being interviewed by a local news station in Reno. Courtesy of NV Energy.
 

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Announcing the 2015 BCA Hall of Fame Award and BCA Leadership Award Honorees

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Americans for the Arts is pleased to announce the BCA Hall of Fame and BCA Leadership Award honorees for 2015. The awards are presented annually by the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), a division of Americans for the Arts.

 

 

Duke Energy, the largest electric power holding company in the United States, will receive the 2015 BCA Hall of Fame Award, which recognizes companies that have exhibited exceptional long-term vision, leadership, and commitment to developing alliances with the arts. Duke Energy was a BCA 10 honoree in 2009.

 

Jorge M. Pérez, Chairman of The Related Group, will receive the 2015 BCA Leadership Award, which recognizes an individual for his/her extraordinary vision, leadership, and commitment to supporting the arts and for encouraging other businesses to follow his/her lead.

 

 

The honorees will receive their awards at the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America gala on October 6, 2015, a black-tie affair at the Loeb Boathouse in New York City’s Central Park.

 

Read the full announcement here.
 

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Announcing the 2015 BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America

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Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education, today announced the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America honorees for 2015.

 

Presented every year by the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), a division of Americans for the Arts, the BCA 10 awards honor 10 U.S. companies for their exceptional commitment to the arts through grants, local partnerships, volunteer programs, matching gifts, sponsorships, and board membership.

 

The BCA 10 Awards will be presented by Americans for the Arts on October 6, 2015, at a black-tie gala at the Central Park Boathouse in New York City. The 2015 honorees are:

Ameriprise Financial (Minneapolis, MN)
AutoZone, Inc. (Memphis, TN)
BNY Mellon (New York, NY)
Corning Incorporated (Corning, NY)
GE’s FirstBuild (Louisville, KY)
NV Energy and the NV Energy Foundation (Reno, NV)
Prospective Inc. (Reston, VA)
Spec’s Wines, Spirits & Finer Foods (Houston, TX)
The Trust Company of Kansas (Wichita, KS)
U.S. Bank (Minneapolis, MN)

 

"We are grateful to honor these 10 businesses for their exceptional involvement in ensuring that the arts thrive in their communities," said Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts. "These businesses provide the arts with significant financial and in-kind support, and they incorporate meaningful arts-related programs into their employee, customer, and community relations activities. They enrich the lives of millions of Americans and truly set a standard for other businesses to follow."

 

Corning Incorporated and U.S. Bank are Presenting Sponsors of the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America 2015 gala. 

 

For information regarding BCA 10, including gala tickets and sponsorship or advertising opportunities, please contact Stacy Lasner, Business Committee for the Arts Coordinator at (212) 223-2787or via e-mail at slasner@artsusa.org.

 

Nominations for the 2016 BCA 10 awards will open in November 2015.

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