Established in 1964 in honor of the 200th anniversary of the first music engraving in American by the famous silversmith Paul Revere, these awards were initially given as a means of alerting the music industry to the advantages of providing the best possible publication from the viewpoint of engraving, graphic arts and production standards. Today the awards still recognize outstanding examples of graphic design, with an emphasis on usability for orchestras, educators, libraries and individuals.
Due to COVID-19, the Revere Awards will not be touring for the remainder of the year.
The Paul Revere Award winning publications are available for display at libraries, schools, and other institutions.
If you or your organization would be interested in hosting an exhibit, please contact us via the contact page.