On January 27, 2019, ArtsATL will recognize the best of the best in Atlanta arts during the third-annual Luminary Awards ceremony, which will be held 6–8 p.m. at City Winery. Before the winners are revealed this winter, we want to recognize all the people and organizations who were lifted up during the nomination process.
The Luminary Awards are Atlanta’s premier arts honors, celebrating the social impact, diversity, innovation, leadership and generosity of the city’s creative community.
The awards are given out in five categories: Arts Education, Community Engagement, Philanthropic Legacy, Outstanding Leadership and Arts Innovation. A selection committee is reviewing the nominees to select the winner from each category.
Today, we announce all those who were nominated for the 2019 Luminary Award for Arts Innovation.
Recognizing those who reimagine the creation or distribution of art.
re:imagine connects Atlanta youth with resources and mentorship to encourage them to create new works in film, music, podcasting and more.
Voice Ball is a video game controlled by your voice, created by an Atlanta team at the Global Game Jam held at Georgia Tech.
SiNKR is an award-winning minimalist puzzle game created by Atlanta-based Wahler Digital.
Art Force Housing
Art Force Housing is an initiative from the Creatives Project to provide subsidized housing to artists, expanding throughout the city in partnership with developers.
An artist and distinguished professor at Georgia State University, Longobardi used recovered ocean trash in her Drifters Project.
TILA Studios is an arts incubator that supports black female artists through community events, co-work space and classes.
VRgluv is a responsive feedback glove created by an Atlanta developer, allowing users of virtual reality programs to feel the virtual worlds.