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Patron of the Arts Award 2010

November 2010

Each year, in appreciation of the contributions made by individuals and corporations toward the promotion and development of the arts in Singapore, the National Arts Council endorses nominations for the conferment of the prestigious Patron of the Arts Awards.

There are 5 categories under the Patron of the Arts Awards and individuals and corporations named under each category are recognised by the National Arts Council for the stipulated amount of contributions during the year.  That is, nominees for the Patron of the Arts Award are recognised for their contributions of $300,000 and above, nominees for Friend of the Arts Award are recognised for their contributions of $100,000 or more but less than $300,000, nominees for Associate of the Arts Award are recognised for their contributions between $50,000 and $99,999, and nominees for Arts Supporter Award would have contributed between $10,000 and $49,999.  Finally, the highest honour endorsed by the National Arts Council is the Distinguished Patron of the Arts Award, which is given to individuals or organisations that have received the Patron of the Arts Award on the fifth consecutive occasion.  It is also awarded for contributions of $1,500,000 and above made in one year, or within five years from 2006 onwards.

Samuel Seow Law Corporation continues to support the arts industry in Singapore by providing legal sponsorships to theatre, dance and music companies and the law firm is very honoured to have received the Patron of the Arts Award consecutively each year since 2008 and for the very first time in 2010, Samuel Seow Law Corporation was the only recipient of the Patron of the Arts Award


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