The Webster Groves Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award was established by the Webster Groves Arts Commission in 2007 and recognizes outstanding citizens of Webster Groves for their contribution and excellence in the arts.
2007: Ernestine Betsberg and Arthur Osver 2008: Clif and Nance St. James 2009: Gerald Early 2010: Edward Boccia 2011: Esley Hamilton 2012: Rudolph Torrini 2013: Marilynne Bradley 2014: Peter Sargent 2015: Ann and Ellen Fusz 2016: Gene Dobbs Bradford 2017: David Clewell 2018: Joneal Joplin 2019: Mary Engelbreit 2020: Steven Woolf 2021: Joe Rath and Dan Warner
2022 Lifetime Achievements in the Arts
The 2022 Recipients are Joe Rath and Dan Warner. As co-creators of the Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival, they have attracted tens of thousands of visitors to Webster Groves and helped the City maintain its reputation as the City of the Arts.
The awards ceremony and reception will take place on Friday, October 28 at the Webster Groves Rec Complex on 33 E. Glendale Rd. from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.