Mary Whyte Art Educator Award

Smith Coleman, Mary Whyte, 2009 winner Dayton Colie, and Angela Mack

Smith Coleman, Mary Whyte, 2009 winner Dayton Colie, and Angela Mack

The Gibbes is currently accepting nominations for the 2010 Mary Whyte Art Educator Award. Established in 2007, the award is designed to honor a high school visual art teacher in the tri-county area (Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester school districts) who has demonstrated superior commitment to their students and to their craft. The award is accompanied by a cash prize of $1,000 and is administered and presented annually by the Gibbes.

Nominations are accepted from principals, school administrators, fellow teachers, and community leaders. Self nominations are also accepted, click here for more information and how to apply. Should you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Williams at (843) 722-2706, ext. 41 or

Published December 3, 2009

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