Arts: 92 January 2018

Arts: 92 newsletter from the Indiana Arts Commission


Creative entrepreneurs, it's time to accelerate your career

The IAC is launching On-Ramp, an accelerator program designed to assist early career creative entrepreneurs advance their business goals and career objectives. The On-Ramp accelerator will give artists and creatives business skills, professional coaching for their business plans or career goals, new connections with potential Indiana supporters, partners, collaborators, and access to special funds to take them to the next level. Read more.

Deadline approaching for AOS letters of intent

Community-based arts providers interested in applying for Regional Initiative Grants for Arts Organization Support (AOS I only), and not currently receiving AOS funds from the Indiana Arts Commission or one of its Regional Arts Partners, have until 4:30 p.m. (EST) January 17, 2018 to submit a required "letter of intent" to apply. Read more.

2018 Hoosier Women Artist Contest seeks submissions

Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch along with Treasurer Kelly Mitchell and the Indiana Arts Commission have announced details for the 2018 Hoosier Women Artists Contest. The annual competition, established in 2008, celebrates the importance of the arts in Indiana's communities and showcases the work of talented female artists throughout the state. Read more.

WFYI ends 'Art of the Matter' to revamp arts and culture coverage

Gift will boost African art studies at IU

Conner Prairie features 'Black Hoosiers: Untold Stories' in February schedule

'Transformative' gift will support Great American Songbook Foundation

Ball State School of Music wants to bring arts to the community

Exhibit Columbus attracts international attention

Fort Wayne's Sweetwater Sound still growing and attracting talent

Georgetown looks to art to preserve its history

Valparaiso seeks grant applications for quality of life projects

Asian writers put new spin on Sherlock Holmes

Coloring books make you feel better, but real art therapy is much more potent

What learning looks like: creating a well-tuned orchestra in your head

Can artist pop-ups redefine health? A Minneapolis clinic wanted to find out

A regional theater goes rogue in Philly

Building stronger communities through the arts

How Atlanta's High Museum tripled its nonwhite audience in two years

When an elite museum prioritizes inclusion

How photo essays could help your nonprofit

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