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2014 Big Brain Award Winners Announced

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We are proud to present the recipients of the New Times' 2014 Big Brain Awards.

The five winners were announced and each received $500 to further their creative endeavors at Artopia on Friday, April 25, at Bentley Projects.

See also: Meet Phoenix's 2014 Big Brain Award Finalists New Times Artopia 2014 at Bentley Projects (Slideshow)

Visual Art: Becky Nahom

Performing Art: Orange Theatre

Culinary Art: Aisha Tedros

Design: Scott Biersack

Urban Vision: Mary Stephens

See also: Watch a video of the 2014 Big Brain Award finalists.

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