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Hoosier artists in selected disciplines only have until Friday, February 6, 2015 to submit grant applications for the IAC's Individual Artist Program.
Eligible projects will only be considered in the areas of: dance, literature, music theatre, and folk arts related to the traditional disciplines listed here. Artists with disabilities are encouraged to apply for projects related to the eligible disciplines either through the discipline directly or through the access category.
Individual artists living and working in Indiana may apply for up to $2,000 from the IAP grant, which requires no matching funds. The grants are intended to assist artists with specific project-related costs that will help them further their career and provide some form of public benefit through the completed project.
The applications guidelines and the online grant application system are currently accessible on the IAC website and can be found here.
On December 2, 2014 an online webinar took place where artists around the state could visit satellite locations to attend the session and learn more about the application process.
For more information about the IAP grant program, or to view the December 2 webinar presentation, please visit www.in.gov/arts/2659.htm.
Individual school competitions have begun for the 10th anniversary of Poetry Out Loud. Numerous high schools from across Indiana have registered to take part in this free high school program which encourages the nation's youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. The state finals will be February 21, 2015 at the Central Branch of The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library. Read more.
(Photo: Brian Drumm)
At the June 20 Quarterly Business Meeting, the Indiana Arts Commission approved over $2.6 million in FY2015 grants to arts organizations and individual artists across the state. Read more.
Due to projected tax revenue shortages and a request from Governor Pence at the start of the fiscal year, the IAC is facing a 4.5 percent reduction of appropriations. Despite working diligently to absorb most of this reduction, a small portion must also be absorbed by grant allocations. Read more.