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We do not have any donee information for the donee The Andy Prize in our system.
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|Andrea & Charles Bronfman Philanthropies (filter this donee)||10,000.00||10,000.00|
Graph of top 10 donors by amount, showing the timeframe of donations
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|Andrea & Charles Bronfman Philanthropies||10,000.00||1||--||http://www.acbp.net/grant-directory.php||--||The Andrea M. Bronfman Prize for the Arts (“the Andy”) was initiated in June 2005 by Charles Bronfman to honor his wife Andy’s passion for and support of the crafts in Israel. Launching the Prize a year before Andy’s untimely death at the age of sixty, Charles Bronfman continues his and Andy’s work in this field. The prize has become a showcase for Israeli decorative artists and is awarded annually in the fields of jewelry, ceramics, fashion, textile, or glass. The winner receives 50,000 NIS, an exhibition of works at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and a catalogue of the exhibition. In addition, one work of the artist is gifted to the Tel Aviv Museum and one to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Cooperation with the Tel Aviv Museum of Art has enabled the Andy Prize to gain wide recognition among artists and supporters of the crafts in Israel, and to be a catalyst for advancing the field. As Charles Bronfman has stated: “The Andy is about excellence. By recognizing excellence, not only will Israeli decorative artists understand that their craftsmanship is on a par with the best in the world, but the international community will recognize it as well.”.|