Prize winners, 1994 – 2019


LITERATURE: DONALDAS KAJOKAS (Lithuania): for his poetry "To the deaf little donkey", 2011, and the novel "The Lake and its escorting persons", 2012

THE ARTS: PEETER VÄHI (Estonia): for composing the Oratorio "Maria Magdalena", 2011, that is composed on gospel texts in original Coptic language

SCIENCE: RENĀTE BLUMBERGA (Latvia): for the research carried out using both archive materials and information gathered on expeditions on the topic of the history and cultural history of the Liv people, the second titular nationality of Latvia