The award for Best Arts & Culture Story is one of many new categories added to this year’s Digital Publishing Awards lineup. Arts & culture stories help us make sense of our beliefs, values, behaviours, attitudes and much, much more. These are important stories to tell, and our jury has nominated 3 outstanding pieces for Best Arts & Culture Story.
The award honours the best overall story dealing with issues or subjects of arts, culture or entertainment, including essays, reviews, reporting and/or literary journalism.
This year’s nominees include a choose-your-own-adventure piece, a look at what’s lost when POC entertainers make it into the mainstream and a personal essay reflecting on Leonard Cohen.
We encourage you to explore this year’s Best Arts & Culture Story nominees:
How to go on, after Leonard Cohen
Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall, Writer
Adrian Lee, Editor
The Globe and Mail
What We Lose When POC Entertainers Crack Into The Mainstream
Navneet Alang, Writer
Scaachi Koul, Editor
The winners of the Best Arts & Culture Story award will be announced at the Digital Publishing Awards Soirée on Thursday June 1, 2017 in Toronto. Join us!
Full list of 2017 nominees
Digital Publishing Awards Event Details