Published April 3, 2014 in the Terre Haute Tribune-Star
Arts Illiana announces TableScapes winners
Arts Illiana announces winners in its 2014 TableScapes event that took place March 6-8 at the Country Club of Terre Haute.
The annual fundraiser supports the arts in the Wabash Valley.
Winners this year include:
■ Best New Designer (chosen by Country Club staff): Barnes & Noble for
“The Timeless Feeling of a Classic”
■ Designers’ Choice (chosen by designers present March 7): A Place in
Time for “Time flies when you’re having Fun”
■ People’s Choice (chosen by all who visited the three-day event): Vigo County
Public Library for “The Magnificent Ambersons: Culture at the Crossroads of
Three awards were given by the judges’ panel (Susie Dinkel, Troy Helt and Joel
■ Best Centerpiece was awarded to the Sisters of Providence for “Breaking
Boundaries, Creating Hope in the Wabash Valley.”
■ Best Theme was awarded to the Vigo County Historical Society for “1940’s
■ Judges’ Favorite (overall) was awarded to Todd Stokes/The Golden Frame for “Framing & Etching.”