Join us for the 2019 Governor’s Arts & Heritage Awards Celebration

A festive event celebrating the 2019 honorees of the Governor’s Arts & Heritage Awards. Since 1966, these have been presented to individuals and organizations that have significantly contributed to the arts and cultural development of Washington State.

Please join us as we recognize this year’s distinguished recipients: Anne Banks of Olympia, David Diaz of Richland, Juan Alonso-Rodríguez of Seattle, Juan Manuel Barco of Brier, Matt Cadman of Wenatchee, Michael Spafford of Seattle, the Northwest Native American Basketweavers Association of Olympia, and The 5th Avenue Theatre of Seattle. A dessert reception and no-host bar will precede the awards ceremony.

November 19, 2019 |  7-9 p.m. |
Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Olympia
Tickets – $20*
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*Ticket price does not include Washington Center service fee

The Governor’s Arts & Heritage Awards Celebration is sponsored by The Boeing Company and Vulcan Inc. Thank you!

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