2013 Ruby Awards
Named after the celebrated arts champion, Dame Ruby Litchfield, the Ruby Awards were introduced in 2006 by the Government of South Australia and are presented by Arts SA.
The Ruby's celebrate artistic excellence, creative achievement, innovation, community involvement and inspirational leaders who have made a difference to the artistic and cultural life of South Australia – and beyond.
2013 Self-nominated categories
Best Work or Event (two awards)
Community or Regional Impact (two awards)
2013 Nominated categories: for individuals only
for Lifetime Achievement
Geoff Crowhurst Memorial Award
by an Individual
Who can apply?
The Ruby Awards are non-monetary and open to:
Artists (all art forms), facilitators, volunteers, cultural sector workers, community participants, private enterprise and not-for-profit organisations, as well as State and local government and regional organisations.
Arts SA thanks their major media sponsor The Advertiser.