** LOOMIS GOLDBERG FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES AWARD NOMINEES
*** NOMINEE PRESTON MAXLEY TO PRESENT LECTURE-PERFORMANCE IN LOS ANGELES
The Loomis Goldberg Foundation is proud to announce the nominees for the 2009 Loomis Goldberg Award, given each year to the most outstanding international figure in the field of Lecture-Performance. Ellen St. James, director of communications for the Foundation, said in a prepared statement that "this year's nominees represent a level of achievement in their respective fields that is truly inspiring. These three remarkable educators combine an ongoing level of research and inquiry that is among the best in their fields with a gift for sharing what they discover."
Each of the three nominees will give a Lecture-Performance which will be the final determining factor in who is given the Award. The first of the nominees scheduled is Preston Maxley of the San Fernando Valley Life Studies Institute. Something of a surprise nominee, Maxley will present his acclaimed Whole-Body Lecture ART EXPLAINED! at the small Sacred Fools Theater Company in Los Angeles, California. This is in keeping with his fierce independence and belief in the powerful benefit of reaching those at all strata of society. Details can be found at www.sacredfools.org.
For information on all the nominees, which also include MIT's Dr. Frank Wilczek and and the Max Plank Institute's Michael Tomasello, please visit our website at
The Loomis Goldberg Foundation
Contact: Ellen St. James, firstname.lastname@example.org