Mildura Arts & Culture Advisory Committee

The Elliott Award 
The Mildura Arts and Culture Advisory Committee is inviting nominations for the 2021 Elliott Award.

Nomination Form - Nominations close 4pm, Friday 1 October
The annual Elliott Award recognises individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the arts in our community, particularly where that contribution has not previously been formally acknowledged.

The Award was founded by the Mildura Arts and Culture Board (2004–2013). In 2014, the Mildura Arts and Culture Advisory Committee continued this commitment in acknowledging those whose passion, commitment, dedication and contributions to arts and culture in our community that may otherwise go unrecognised.

Past recipients of the Elliott Award have been recognised for their length of service to the arts and breadth of their contribution throughout the term of their involvement in the arts; the encouragement and nurturing of children and youth in arts practice; the championing of arts involvement to the broader community; and the creation of a significant positive community legacy in the development of the arts in our community.

Elliott Award recipients
2020     Megan Sullivan
2019     David Searle
2018     Mavis Francis
2017     Henry Tankard
2016     Yvonne Hedley
2015     Leonard (Len) Krause
2014     Peta Lynne Buchanan and Janine Kerr
2013     Kay Sylvester
2012     Neil Fettling
2011     Shirley Bowie
2010     Mollie Kalms
2009     Neil Noyce
2008     Vaughn Stirrat
2007     Tom McCullough
2006     Des Tobin   

The Mildura Arts and Culture Advisory Committee works with Mildura Rural City Council to ignite arts and culture in our community and develop Mildura Arts Centre as a leading regional arts and cultural precinct, enhancing the vitality and viability of the region at a national and international level. 
Current Advisory Committee:
Don Mayne, Chair
Jo Farrell, Deputy Chair
Bob Jankowski
Jo Fraser
Joe Simonetta
Pat D’Aranjo
Terry McGowan
Antonette Zema, Arts and Culture Development Manager  (ex officio)