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Brampton Arts Council

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The Brampton Arts Council was a charitable, multi-arts umbrella organization dedicated to the promotion and development of the arts in the city of Brampton in Ontario, Canada. It represented numerous artists and arts groups,[citation needed] the Brampton Arts Council encourages and recognizes excellence in the arts across the community.[citation needed] To fulfill its mandate, the Brampton Arts Council carries out activities in the following categories:

  • education and development
  • networking opportunities
  • communications
  • promotion and advocacy

The BAC annually recognizes a Brampton resident for their contribution to the arts.

Arts Person of the Year

Brampton Arts Council Arts Person of the Year is a prize to honour the Brampton resident who exemplifies continued patronage to any sector of the arts: visual, dance, dramatic or musical.

Past winners

  • 2014 - Mike Butterworth
  • 2013 - Chuck Scott
  • 2012 - Jade Jager Clark
  • 2011 - David Rehner
  • 2010 - Kelly McNeil
  • 2009 - Glenn McFarlane
  • 2008 - Dale O'Hara
  • 2007 - Lynden Cowan
  • 2006 - Maureen Adams
  • 2005 - Alan & Sylvia Gibson
  • 2004 - John Cutruzzola
  • 2003 - Paulette Murphy
  • 2002 - Marion Fralick-Bartlett
  • 2001 - David & Catherine Harmsworth
  • 2000 - Rhoda Begley
  • 1999 - Conrad Mieschke
  • 1998 - Peter Richards
  • 1997 - Alan Heatley & John Setterfield
  • 1996 - Jan Stapleton
  • 1995 - Gail & Ken Watson
  • 1994 - Andrew Dittgen
  • 1993 - Joseph Gomes
  • 1992 - Keith Moreau
  • 1991 - Moira Lumley
  • 1990 - L. Greta Capps
  • 1989 - Jack Reid

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