Call For Awards
The Arizona Preservation Foundation and the State Historic Preservation Office are pleased to announce that this year's Arizona Historic Preservation Conference will be held October 19-21, 2022 in Yuma. The Planning Committee has selected "Cultural Crossroads" as the theme for our 2022 gathering.
GOVERNOR'S HERITAGE PRESERVATION HONOR AWARDS
The Arizona Preservation Foundation and the State Historic Preservation Office/Arizona State Parks & Trails invite your nominations for the annual Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Awards. Each year awards are given to individuals, businesses, organizations, and/or projects in recognition of outstanding achievements in preserving Arizona’s prehistoric and historic heritage resources.
The mission of the Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Awards is to:
Promote public awareness of historic preservation in the state of Arizona
Publicly recognize the varied contributions by volunteers, professionals, organizations, and agencies to promote the goals of historic preservation
Identify and recognize educational, community, non-profit, and private-sector heritage projects that demonstrate excellence in design and execution
This year's awards presentation will take place at a special luncheon on Friday, October 21, 2022 in conjunction with the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference.
While there are no specific categories, nominations can address any aspect of heritage preservation achievement including: restoration, rehabilitation, stabilization, or preservation efforts by individuals, businesses, organizations, or communities that have had a positive effect on our historic or cultural resources; contribution to increasing awareness of preservation through activities or educational programs; or outstanding contribution in archaeology. Successful nominations will be completed projects or undertakings that have resulted in clear, demonstrable benefit to the public or subject resource.
Selection of Honor Awards and Grand Award
A panel of judges representing the fields of archaeology, architecture, history, and preservation will review the nominations. Honor Award winners will be chosen and announced before the conference; the James W. Garrison Grand Award winner will be chosen from among the winners and announced at the end of the ceremony.
Additional documentation may be requested from nominees of those winners, including professional biographical information, an expanded description of the project, a list of project participants, and additional photos and/or slides. View past award recipients here.
Nominations must include a completed nomination form, supporting materials, and photographs on a CD, DVD or Flash Drive. Digital photographs, especially “before” and “after” shots of projects, must be included to aid in judging the nomination and recognize the recipients in the awards presentation, press materials, and website. Adequate supportive information, such as additional narrative, may also be included to convey the importance of the accomplishment to be nominated. A minimum of ten photos is suggested. View and complete the nomination form here.
Format of Supportive Materials
Submissions must include a CD, DVD, or Flash Drive of photos for multimedia use, as well as a printed copy of the photos. High-quality digital submissions of visual materials are required and will be used in visual presentations of the award winners at the awards ceremony. Submit digital images on a CD, DVD or Flash Drive in TIFF, JPEG, or PNG format. Include a reference page with file names and descriptions for photos.
Printed/photocopied photos should be on 8.5” x 11” paper. Black & white photos are acceptable; however, color may be needed to convey important information. Maps, graphs, or drawings that convey the project and its location are encouraged. All submitted materials becomes the property of the State Historic Preservation Office and will not be returned.
How to Submit
Completed nominations and support material must be received by close of business, Friday, August 26, 2022, to Eric Vondy, State Historic Preservation Office, 1100 W. Washington St., Suite 100, Phoenix AZ 85007-2957. If you have questions, contact Eric via email.