36th Annual Arts Awards – Winner!

The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts was named the recipient of the Northeast Delta Dental Artsbuild Community Award during the 36th Annual Arts Awards, presented by the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts. The NHBCA educates, motivates and recognizes business support of and participation in the arts. They also advocate for the value of the arts in economic, social and community development, and they facilitate people and projects that enhance engagement in the arts. 

“The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts is redefining what defines a museum and engaging the entire community in the appreciation and understanding of the visual arts.” – Tom Raffio, President & CEO of Northeast Delta Dental and Chairman of the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts’ Board of Directors.

“Thank you to the NHBCA, the awards committee, and anyone that had a part in selecting the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts for this prestigious recognition. We also want to thank our volunteers, sponsors, collaborators, and (most especially) the many artists we’ve been able to work with over the years. It’s been our privilege and we’re very grateful. Thank you.” – Matt Wyatt & Amy Regan, co-founders.

Source: New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts
May 13, 2020

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