The 2011 Do Something! Awards — honoring the commitment to social change by young people and issues raised through television and other media — aired last night on VH1 and Warner Horizon Television and Warner Bros. Television were both recognized as follows:
Warner Horizon Television’s Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew was honored in the category of Reality TV Show, for an episode in which past champions returned and danced for the charity of their choice.
Congratulations to Idol's Adam Lambert and Randy Jackson! They've both been nominated for 2011 Do Something Awards. Adam in the category Do Something Music Artist and Randy in the category Do Something TV Star. Good going guys!
Oklahoma country music stars Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton have received a Do Something Award nomination for their pair of home state charity concerts that raised $500,000 for tornado relief efforts in Tushka.
In addition, the hit NBC reality TV show “The Voice,” which features Shelton as one of its four superstar coaches and included McEntire among its first-season celebrity advisers, has been nominated for a Do Something Award.
When it comes to budget cuts for schools, the art programs tend to be one of the first things to be eliminated for students. Fortunatly, today a new campaign was announced to help maintain creativity in the classroom.
DoSomething.org. HP, and AMD have launched "Make Art. Save Art." A plan to encourage teens to show their artistic talents and passions for art education.
New York, NY (Aug. 6, 2010) –DoSomething.org, HP, and AMD announce today a new campaign that mobilizes teens in the fight to keep art education in schools. The “Make Art. Save Art.” initiative encourages teens to showcase their artistic talents and passion for art education.
Starting Aug. 2, artists can create PC wallpaper designs and submit them to MakeArtSaveArt.org along with a testimonial about why art education matters to them. Designs can feature photography, graphics, or any other visual art form.
DoSomething.org has launched its latest campaign to mobilise teens in the fight to keep art education in schools. The Make Art. Save Art initiative encourages artists to create PC wallpaper designs and submit them to the website, along with a statement on why art education is important to them. The top five shared designs win a HP notebook with VISION technology.