CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GCA 2015 AWARDEES

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GCA 2015 AWARDEES:  DOWNLOAD – 2015 GCA AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT

GCA recognizes the creative gifts of individuals and their supporting enablers through its annual Awards.  2015 showcases literary,   performing and visual artistes along with community and cultural enablers under a panoply of creativity evoking distinct Guyanese sensitivities.  Their individual craftsmanship is literal and intellectual.  Concepts are transformed into impactful reality. The substance of their contributions to society is evident by notable accomplishments.

The selected GCA Awardees vary in age from less than a dozen years to more than three score and ten.  In that range there is academic excellence, athleticism and authorship; fashion designing and choreography; video-performance; stage and movie acting; dance;  visual artistry;  definitive journalism;  sculpting;  enabling community change;  and outstanding leadership impacting cultural activities positively. 

The Exemplary Awardee, Noel Denny, envisioned a collective of Alumni from five Guyanese elite High Schools to establish the Last Lap Lime in Toronto.    In this year of its 20th anniversary, we acknowledge his superior leadership in building emotional bonds across a set of highly competitive Alumni enclaves by forging consensus.

Our Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Ron Robinson, has achieved the unique distinction of serving 50 years in Guyanese radio broadcasting, 49 years in the prominent theatre institutions and presenting the LINK SHOW, as its producer, in 32 consecutive annual appearances.  In addition, he has worked for decades in the Scout Association enriching the lives of youth.

Our pride rises to Roraima as we celebrate these active 21st century Guyanese. We thank them for the honor they give us.

Ronald H Lammy – Chair, The GCA Awards Committee.

DOWNLOAD –  2015 GCA AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT

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  • de castro  On August 17, 2015 at 2:42 am

    Inspiration and innovation comes from “inside” influenced by “outside”
    Congratulations ! Well done.

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