Quad City Arts is seeking nominations for the annual Lloyd Schoeneman Community Impact Awards. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 1.
Recipients will be announced at Quad City Arts' annual meeting on Sept. 9 at Quad City Arts Gallery, 1715 2nd Ave., Rock Island.
The categories are: Established artist: An artist who has made a significant contribution to the arts community in the Quad-Cities.
Emerging artist: An artist who demonstrates promise to make a significant impact in the future.
Arts educator: A person who has made contributions to the arts community through arts education; available to teachers within a school system, in after-school programs or in a community setting.
Arts supporter (individual): A person who is a role model for long-term support of the Quad-Cities arts and cultural community because of significant contributions of time, expertise, dedication and/or financial resources.
Arts supporter (business): A business that has offered significant creative, innovative, technical and/or financial support to one or more artists and/or arts organizations in the Quad-Cities throughout the past year.
Lloyd Schoeneman (1951-2001) began his career with the Quad City Arts Council in 1978 and was a driving force for art and artists in the community, according to a Quad City Arts release. In his memory, Quad City Arts recognizes exceptional leaders in the arts community.
In 2013, awards were presented to Charles Knudsen (established artist), Margaret Huling (arts educator), Marty and Don Huber (arts supporters, individuals) and Rozz-Tox (arts supporter, business).
Nominations should be no longer than 500 words and describe the nominee's impact on the arts community. Include contact information for the nominee and nominator. Email it to Jessi Black at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today is Wednesday, Sept. 17, the 260th day of 2014. There are 105 days left in the year. 1864 -- 150 years ago: We are told league merchants have paid no attention to the prohibition on selling ammunition, but continue to sell just as before the order was issued. 1889 -- 125 years ago: The Rev. R.F. Sweet, rector of Trinity Episcopal Parish, left for the East to visit his boyhood home in Boston before attending the general convention of the Episcopal Church in New York. 1914 -- 100 years ago: Dr. E.A. Anderson was named to succeed Dr. E.L. Kerns as head physician of the Modern Woodmen of America, and moved to Rock Island from Holdingford, Minn. 1939 -- 75 years ago: One week late, because of the outbreak of war, Dr. E.L. Beyer resumed his work as professor of romance languages at Augustana College. Dr. and Mrs. Beyer left Germany on the last train to the Belgian border. 1964 -- 50 years ago: Employees in Turnstyle stores in Moline and Davenport will vote Oct. 2 in an election set up by the Chicago regional office of the National Labor Relations Board. Employees will vote either for the Retail Clerk International or for no union. 1989 -- 25 years ago: Rock Island High School is considering a step to help teen moms stay in school and get their diploma. The school board is expected to vote tonight on instituting an on-site child care center.