About the Rome Arts Hall of Fame
Each year since 2005, the Capitol Theatre has inducted into the Rome Arts Hall of Fame individuals who have made a major contribution to the Rome Community in the areas of visual, performing or literary arts.
Nominations are accepted each year from the public as well as from Rome arts organizations and existing hall of fame members. Class members are honored each year in a public ceremony at the Capitol. A plaque which includes the inductee’s image and a brief biography is displayed along with a “memory board” outlining many of their achievements.
The Rome Arts Hall of Fame provides the opportunity to remember past contributors to the arts, to celebrate current outstanding artists and to inspire young people in future artistic endeavors. Inductees can be living or deceased. Once nominated, potential inductee names are automatically considered in subsequent years.
Alice Carol Williams Dennis • Bernie Hurlbut • Carmen Amato • Gail Susan Tucker
John Clifford • Kimberly Nethaway • Megan Anderegg
Daniel Bertrand • Anthony DiPaolo • Denise Morganti • Jack Palmer, Jr. • Scott Rutledge
Philippa Schrader • Carol Stack
Barb Seaton • Bill Bartell • John Huckaby • Kathleen (Chip) Haley • Sara Landau • Twyla Edwards
Jerome Durr • Arnold Galin • Margaret Jevens • Kristen Kimball • G. Robert Reynolds•Robert Stirling
Linda Jackson • Margaret McLean • Jake Meiss • Mohawk Valley Frasers • Joan L. Tell•Edyth Walker
Claudette Wire • Anthony Elliot • Matthew Pitcher • Roberta Guaspari • Pat & Tom Besl
Anthony Lanzi • Billie Worth • Classified • Catherine Powers O’Neill • Leonard Urso • Else Minarik • Valerie Wood
Frederick Normand • Helen Phillips-Hannah • Richard DeLutis • Rick Montalbano • Coley Worth • Doug Magee • Susan Davidson
Wealthy Honsinger Fisher, Herb Geller, JoAnn Geller, Frank Page, Jane Taylor, Joe Yozzo.
Robert Hubbell, Greg Kuzma, Ann Hurlbut, John Salerno, Jean Vollmer, Richard Vollmer.
Walter Brooks, Eleanora Collins, McKinley Collins, Randy Fields, Peter Loftus, Shirley Waters.