Awards

AzTEC Awards

For 20 consecutive years, AzTEC (Arizona Talent in Event Concepts) honors outstanding examples of festival and event production and promotion in the State of Arizona at their annual Awards luncheon.

From left to right: At the 2013 awards luncheon, Owen Black, WPD; Cathy Weiss, Webb Center; Katie Davidson, Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce; Pete Wingert, WPD; Stephanie Fornoff, Webb Center.

From left to right: Owen Black, WPD; Cathy Weiss, Webb Center; Katie Davidson, Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce; Pete Wingert, WPD; Stephanie Fornoff, Webb Center.

  • 2013 Best Promotional Event Brochure: for the Webb Center’s 2012-2013 Season Brochure
  • 2013 Outstanding Sponsor/Partnership Award: for the Cops Who Care collaboration with the Webb Center’s Camp Imagination
  • 2014 Silver Best Promotional Event Brochure: for the Webb Center’s 2013-2014 Season Brochure
  • Best Promotional Event Brochure for their 2012-2013 Season Brochure – See more at: http://dewpac.org/wickenburg-wins-big-at-aztec-awards/#sthash.ERIo9dSC.dpuf
Each year AzTEC honors outstanding examples of festival and event production and promotion in the State of Arizona. – See more at: http://dewpac.org/wickenburg-wins-big-at-aztec-awards/#sthash.ERIo9dSC.dpuf

Western Arts Alliance’s Vanguard Award

Creativity, invention, and discovery—pillars of innovation—are the bread and butter of the performing arts. Artists, agents, and presenters work diligently to bring new ideas, strategies, and solutions to the pressing challenges of the day. The Vanguard Award celebrates the insights, decisions, and programs that advance this work and the field.

  • 2012 “Vanguard Award” Finalist for the “Flying E Ranch Residency Program”

KAET’s Be More Awards

Celebrating the unsung heroes of the community. Their stories are inspiring, yet they often work without recognition or reward. Arizona’s nonprofit organizations – their staff members, volunteers and supporters – work tirelessly to change their communities for the better. KAET/Channel Eight spotlights these outstanding Arizona organizations through the Be More Awards.

Joann Holland of Wells Fargo (right) presents the “Be More Creative” Award to Cathy Weiss.

Intel Corporation’s Renee Levin presents the “Be More Unstoppable” Award to Cathy Weiss, Shelby Fuller and Stephanie Fornoff.

  • 2011 “Be More Unstoppable” Nonprofit Organization of the Year Award Winner
  • 2011 “Be More Creative” Award Winner
  • 2010 “Be More Creative” Finalist
  • 2009 “Be More Creative” Finalist
  • 2008 “Be More Creative” Finalist

West Valley Arts Council’s Champion of the Arts

Pamela Meyerhoffer, Board President Dita Daub, John Daub, Board Member John Meyerhoffer, Box Office Manager Stephanie Fornoff, Rui Pereira, Director Cathy Weiss, Mary Keller, Board Member Marjorie Johnson and Board Member Craig Keller with the “Champion of the Arts” Award.

This award recognizes contributions by an individual or organization to community enrichment through the arts.

  • 2010 “Champion of the Arts”

Governor’s Arts Award

Since 1981, the Governor’s Arts Awards recognize Arizona based artists, arts organizations, businesses, educators and individuals for their devotion, passion and creativity to the excellence and diversity of Arizona’s arts and cultural community.

  • 2011 “Community” Nominee
  • 2010 “Community” Nominee
  • 2009 “Arts in Education” Nominee

Arizona Republic’s Readers Poll

  • 2007 “Best Live Music Venue”

Business Journal of Phoenix

  • 2007 “Northwest Valley Star Award”

WESTMARC’s  Best of the West Award

The Best of the West Awards program is designed to recognize outstanding contributions to the image, lifestyle and economy of the West Valley.

  • 2001 “Celebrating Cultural Awareness”
  • 2004 “Arts, Entertainment and Sports Venue”




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