Award of the Latvian Museums Association

2015

The best exhibition of the year for the permanent exhibition at the Balvi Municipality museum.

EMYA

2013

Special prize at the EMYA (European Museum of the Year Award) for the permanent exhibition at the Petroglyph Museum of the Gobustan National Historical-Artistic Preserve in Azerbaijan.

FIAMP

2012

A silver award at the FIAMP (Festival International de l'Audiovisuel et du Multimedia sur le Patriomoine) in the multimedia art category for the digital program "Animation", which was created for Riga Film museum.

FIAMP

2010

GRAND PRIX at the FIAMP festival (Festival International de l’Audiovisuel et du Multimedia sur le Patriomoine) in the multimedia CD/DVD category for the multimedia program „The Popular Front of Latvia: Living History”.

ADWARDS

2009

1st Class Order of Creative Proficiency at the ADWARDS festival (Latvian Art Directors Club Award) for the multimedia disc "Imants Ziedonis. A Biographical Multimedia DVD" in the Interactive Design category.

Jurmala city’s Annual Award in Culture

2008

Jurmala city’s Annual Award in Culture – for the digital exhibition on the history of Jurmala city and Ķemeri health resort.

FIAMP

2007

Special prize at the FIAMP festival (Festival International de l’Audiovisuel et du Multimedia sur le Patriomoine) for rich documentary and successful montage in the Jūrmala City Museum’s digital exhibition project.

ADWARDS

2007

2nd Class Order at the ADWARDS (Latvian Art Directors Club Award) festival for multimedia disc "Ojārs Vācietis. A Biographical Multimedia CD" in the Interactive Design category.

ADWARDS

2006

ADWARDS finalist in the Digital Art category with the project "rainis_2005.lv".

GOLDEN HAMMER

2006

Silver hammer award at the GOLDEN HAMMER festival in the category "Interactive media" for the multimedia CD "Ojārs Vācietis. A Biographical Multimedia CD".

FIAMP

2006

Gold at the FIAMP festival (Festival International de l’Audiovisuel et du Multimedia sur le Patrimoine) for the multimedia disc "rainis_2005.lv" in the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM category.

Aleksandrs Čaks Award

2005

Aleksandrs Čaks Award for significant achievement in the study of the works of Aleksandrs Čaks.

Annual Award of the Latvian Artists Union

2001

Annual Award of the Latvian Artists Union for the creation of the visual image of the Ventspils Museum exhibition as a professionally and convincingly executed project in one of Latvia’s counties.

Spīdola Award

2001

Spīdola Award, presented to Jānis Mitrēvics for the scientific concept and the visual and technical execution of the Ventspils Museum exhibition.