Glenn Gould Prize
Deadline: November 30, 2002
Eligibility: Awarded to an individual who has earned international recognition as the result of a highly exceptional contribution to music and its communication, through the use of any communications technologies. Individuals from all countries are eligible. They may come from a broad range of fields including musical creation or performance, film, video, television, radio and recording, music, theatre and writing.
Value: $50,000 (Can) and a work of art by a Canadian artist, which is donated to the Canadian Museum of Civilization (Ottawa) for its permanent collection of fine arts.
Contact: Carol Bream
Endowments and Prizes, The Canada Council for the Arts
350 Albert St., Box 1047
Ottawa, ON K1P 5V8
Further Details: Awarded every three years. Candidates must be nominated by a specialist in the nominee's field or a related one.
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