Winners of the 1996 Chalmers Awards

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Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award Winners: (Cash Prize of $10,000 each):
The Faraway Nearby by John Murrell, Calgary, Alberta
Riot by Andrew Moodie Toronto, Ontario
The Stillborn Lover by Timothy Findley, Cannington, Ontario
Poor Super Man by Brad Fraser, Edmonton, Alberta

Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award Winners: (Cash Prize of $10,000 each):
The Faraway Nearby by John Murrell, Calgary, Alberta
Riot by Andrew Moodie Toronto, Ontario
The Stillborn Lover by Timothy Findley, Cannington, Ontario
Poor Super Man by Brad Fraser, Edmonton, Alberta

Chalmers Canadian Play Awards: Theatre For Young Audiences ($10,000 each):
Belonging by Rex Deverell, Toronto, Ontario
Flippin' In by Anne Chislett, Toronto Ontario

Jean A. Chalmers National Music Award ($20,000):
Robert Aitken, Toronto Ontario

Jean A. Chalmers Awards for Musical Composition (focusing this year on instrumental music, $10,000 each):
Composer Category Winner: Chan Ka Nin, Toronto, Ontario for "I Think That I Shall Never See"
Presenter Category Winner: David Jaeger, Toronto Ontario
Jean A. Chalmers Award for Distinction in Choreography ($20,000):
Jean-Pierre Perreault, Montreal, Quebec

Jean A. Chalmers Choreographic Award ($10,000):
Sylvain Emard, Montreal, Quebec


Jean A. Chalmers Award for Visual Arts ($20,000):
David Askevold, Halifax, Nova Scotia


Joan Chalmers Award for Artistic Direction ($10,000):
Christopher Newton, Artistic Director, Shaw Festival, Niagara-On-the Lake, Ontario


Joan Chalmers Award for Arts Administration ($10,000):
Andis A. Celms, Producer, English Theatre, National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario


Joan Chalmers Documentarian Award for Film and Video ($15,000):
Richard Brouillette, Montreal, Quebec for Trop C'est Assez


Jean A. Chalmers Award for Crafts ($20,000):
Ruth Scheuing, Vancouver, British Columbia


In addition to the prize money, each winner received a commissioned work from Walter Ostrom, renowned potter and winner of the 1995 Jean A. Chalmers Award for Crafts.

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