Emily Rauh Pulitzer ’55 Awarded Cincinnati Art Award

Posted February 20th, 2013 at 4:43 pm.

Emily Rauh Pulitzer ’55, the founder and chair of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis, will be awarded the Cincinnati Art Award by the Art Museum of Cincinnati. Pulitzer will be honored at a gala in April, with a companion exhibition titled, “Memories: Some of my Favorite Things. An Exhibition Selected by Emily Rauh Pulitzer” from April 26-Aug. 11.

The Art Museum established the Cincinnati Art Award to honor a Cincinnatian who has had a significant impact on the culture at a national and international level through the making, collecting, or promoting of visual art.

Pulitzer was also awarded the Duncan Phillips Award in 2010.


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