IMAGinE 2014 nominations closed

IMAGinE awards

 

IMAGinE nominations have closed.

Look out for 2014 nominees in the upcoming Alert! e-newsletter, IMAGinE pages and homepage.

 

Established in 2008, the IMAGinE awards celebrate and recognise the programs created and presented by NSW museums and galleries and the people that make it happen.

In 2014,  there are three new nomination categories: Projects, Sustainability and Engagement. In addition, the existing Individual Achievement category remains. Across all categories we are looking for leadership, innovation, diversity and creativity.

The new categories are Projects, Sustainability, and Engagement. The category that remains the same is Individual Achievement.

2014 Categories

The 2014 IMAGinE award categories are Projects, Sustainability, Engagement and Individual Achievement

Projects, Sustainability and Engagement awards are divided into the following groupings:

(A) Volunteer             organisations with 2 or less paid staff*

(B) Small / Medium   organisations with 3 – 10 paid staff*

(C) Large                   organisations with 11 or more staff*

* Full time paid professional staff or equivalent in the entire organisation.

The benefits of being a nominee

Along with being up for a prestigious award, all nominated organisations or individuals will be included in the 2014 IMAGinE awards printed booklet, profiled on the M&G NSW website, and acknowledged during the IMAGinE awards presentation.

See previous winners here.

 

2014 IMAGinE Awards night

The 2014 IMAGinE awards will be a magic affair held at 107 Projects in Redfern on 14 November. 

 

 

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