Architect, Robert Ivy

The American Institute of Arts’ CEO Robert Ivy will receive the Noel

Polk Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. The news came through a press release issued by AIA earlier this week. Mr. Robert Ivy has entered into the books of history as the first architects to receive such an award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. He joins a list of previous honorees which include; actor Morgan Freeman who was awarded in the year 2007, Writer Eudora Welty who received the award in 2001, writer Shelby Foote who got the same award in 2001, the later artist Walter Anderson (1989) and singer Leontyne Price (2000) and more The current AIA President Carl Elefante congratulated Mr. Robert Ivy for receiving the award terming him as a hard working individual. “I am delighted to hear that MIAL has recognized Mr. Ivy’s efforts and awarded him with the prestigious Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. Ivy has done…