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March 27, 2012 / ivytechartspartner

Advisory Panel Meeting for FY 2013 grant applications will be held on Friday, April 20th, 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Further information: Renee Chambers, Program Director, 812-333-9016

Bloomington, IN – The Community Foundation of Bloomington & Monroe County, Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington and the Indiana Arts Commission Region 8 Partners have announced that the Advisory Panel Meeting for FY 2013 grant applications will be held on Friday, April 20th, 2012 at 12:15 p.m. at the City Showers Building located at 401 N. Morton Street, Bloomington, Indiana, in the Council Chambers.

 

Advisory Panel Meetings are held in regions across the state for the purpose of publicly discussing and evaluating grant applications for funding from the Indiana Arts Commission.  Advisory panel sessions are open to the public for observation and may be recorded. IAC supports the open panel process because it provides all Hoosiers an opportunity to observe the process by which public funds for the arts are distributed. It also allows applicants to directly hear panelist’ comments regarding grant proposals, clarifies the review process, provides an opportunity for applicants to learn about proposed projects in other areas of the state and strengthens future projects.

 

Each advisory panel is composed of individuals from across the region. This year’s Region 8 panel includes representatives from five counties.  Panel members are experienced artists, knowledgeable in the arts and/or arts management, arts educators, and arts administrators whose credentials have been approved by the Regional Arts Partner, and who volunteer their time and expertise.

The panel will review the applications in the order listed below. Exact times for the adjudication of a particular application are not available but it is expected that the discussion for each application will last from 7-15 minutes. To efficiently manage the meeting and to maintain the integrity of the evaluative process, there is no provision for public comment or questions during the grant advisory panel session. Applicants and panelists will have no direct contact or conversation about the evaluation and disposition of applications, before, during, or after the advisory panel meeting.

AOS-I (Arts Organization Support I for arts organizations with less than a $250,000 annual operating budget)

Bloomington Symphony Orchestra

Bloomington Chamber Singers

Windfall Dancers, Inc.

Brown County Playhouse Management, Inc.

Bloomington Playwrights Project

Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum

Morgan County Community Concerts Association

Bloomington Community Band

APS (Arts Project Support to support art activities and/or projects)
Orange County Rehabilitative & Developmental Services, Inc. dba First Chance Center

USA International Harp Competition

Brown County Historical Society, Inc.

WonderLab Museum

Friends of T.C. Steele

Owen County S.O.U.N.D.S., Inc.

Indiana Festival Theatre/Indiana University

Friends of McCormick’s Creek State Park, Inc.

RBBCSC/Edgewood Intermediate School

Jazz from Bloomington

Area 10 Council on Aging of Monroe and Owen Counties, Inc.

Owen County Heritage and Culture Center, Inc.

AOS II grants for organizations with an operating budget of $250,000 or more are awarded on a multi-year basis.  Two year grants were awarded to qualified organizations in 2011. 

  If you have any questions about the Advisory Panel Meeting, please contact Renee Chambers, renee@cfbmc.org or Moriah Shtull mshtull@indiana.edu.


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