The ‘Academy Awards’ is also known as ‘Oscars’. It is an annual American awards ceremony managed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Both ‘Academy Awards’ and ‘Oscars’ are used as sign, symbol or logo. As, you know that a logo should be capitalized. It means that whenever you want to write ‘Academy Awards’ or ‘Oscars’, you should capitalize them within sentences.
Must Capitalize > ‘Academy Awards’ & ‘Oscars’
1. We will watch the Academy Awards together.
2. This time, the Oscars will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
However, if you will write the word ‘academy’ or ‘awards’ alone (i.e. no reference as a trademark), then you will not capitalize it. You should write these words in small letters.
No need to capitalize the word ‘academy’ or ‘awards’ as a separate word
1. The academy is deciding about the background theme of the stage.
2. Well! I think that he has received many awards as a dean.