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Ros Bower Award
or Australia Council Ros Bower Award for Community Arts and Cultural Development
Subcategory of Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships
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History

'Ros Bower Award is named in honour of Ros Bower, a journalist, television producer, community arts pioneer and founding Director of Council's first Community Arts Board. The Award acknowledges the achievements of an Australian artist or arts worker who has made an outstanding and sustained contribution to community arts and cultural development.'

Winners

2019 winner Rhoda Roberts
2016 winner Lily Shearer
2013 winner Paula Abood
2012 winner Meme McDonald For an outstanding, life-long contribution to community arts and cultural development.
2011 winner Kharen Harper $50,000; for an outstanding, life-long contribution to community arts and cultural development.
2010 winner Alissar Chidiac
2008 winner Richard Frankland
2005 winner Graham Pitts
2004 winner Bryn Griffiths
2002 winner Scott Rankin
1996 winner Margaret Fischer
1992 winner Komninos Zervos
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