One of Australia’s leading jewellers Mari Funaki, and celebrated arts advocate Emeritus Professor David Williams AM, have been honoured with the 2007 Australia Council for the Arts’ Visual Arts Emeritus Award and the Visual Arts Emeritus Medal respectively. Professor Ted Snell, chair of the Australia Council’s visual arts board presented the two arts luminaries with […]
March 6th, 2008
One of Australia’s leading jewellers Mari Funaki, and celebrated arts advocate Emeritus Professor David Williams AM, have been honoured with the 2007 Australia Council for the Arts’ Visual Arts Emeritus Award and the Visual Arts Emeritus Medal respectively.
Professor Ted Snell, chair of the Australia Council’s visual arts board presented the two arts luminaries with the awards at a ceremony in Sydney today in recognition of their outstanding achievements.
The Visual Arts Emeritus awards are among Australia’s most prestigious individual arts awards, recognising outstanding contributions to the sector.
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