Nearly 300 community-based arts providers throughout the state will receive grants for Fiscal Year 2014 from the Indiana Arts Commission.
At its June 21st Quarterly Business Meeting in Indianapolis, the Commission reviewed and accepted funding recommendations for Arts Operating Support (AOS-I; AOS-II; AOS-III formerly Major Arts Organizations); Art Project Support (APS); Statewide Arts Service Organizations; Regional Arts Partner Block Grants to sub-grantees; and Regional Arts Partner Operating Support grants.
The Commission approved grant allocations totaling just over $2.91 million in state and federal funding for grants and programs provided by arts organizations and cultural providers throughout the state.
The Arts Commission also approved career development grants for 39 individual artists.
A complete list of the FY 2014 grants can be found on the IAC website at: www.in.gov/arts/2337.htm.
If you receive a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission, or an IAC grant through one of our Regional Arts Partners, please remember to complete the survey when you do your final grant reports. This will help us collect valuable information for our grants and capacity building efforts next year.
Or, you can click here to complete the survey: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1184737/Grantee-Survey
Nominations for Indiana's next State Poet Laureate will close at 4:30 p.m. (EDT) Thursday, August 1, 2013. Nominations should include one, single-page cover letter and a resume or CV detailing the nominee's qualifications and accomplishments. No additional materials should be included with the initial nomination. Nominees should be published poets, with experience in educational program development. Nominees must be residents of Indiana, and remain residents of the state throughout the two-year term of the Poet Laureate.
Nominations should be sent to the attention of Lewis Ricci: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, contact Lewis at 317-232-1288, and to learn more about the program, visit the IAC website: http://www.in.gov/arts/2393.htm.