The Macon Arts Alliance announced Monday its recipients for the 2010 Cultural Awards.
Among those honored are:
— Camille Thomas Bishop, music director and organist with Mulberry Street United Methodist Church, American Guild of Organists and music director for numerous Theatre Macon productions.
— September Carter, for nearly 25 years of volunteerism and performing with Theatre Macon.
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— Virgil E. Cooper Jr., for his work with the Hay House, Historic Macon, Macon Arts Alliance, Macon Symphony Orchestra and Tubman African American Museum.
— Joan Stockstill Godsey, for her work on behalf of the History Club, Macon Symphony Orchestra, Morning Music Club of Macon and the Museum of Arts & Sciences.
— Eleanor A. Lane, for her support of the Macon Symphony Orchestra, Wesleyan College, and years of championing arts education through the Bibb County Institute for the Arts.
— Jean Evans Weaver, a 1999 Cultural Award winner, will receive the Rosalyn Elkan Lifetime Achievement Award for co-founding, producing and directing the Nutcracker of Middle Georgia and the Middle Georgia Youth Ballet, and for choreographing musical productions for the Macon Civic Club, Macon Little Theatre and MidSummer Macon.
All of the honorees will take part in a brief awards ceremony at the Museum of Arts & Sciences on Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. Admission is free, but space is limited. For more information, call (478) 743-6940.