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January 23, 2014 / ivytechartspartner

Deadline approaching for Arts Commission’s Individual Artist Program grant application

Date: January 23, 2014 (Indianapolis, Indiana) –

The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today that Hoosier artists in selected disciplines have just over two weeks to submit applications for grants from the IAC’s Individual Artist Program (IAP). Artists must complete the online application process by February 7, 2014. Individual artists living and working in Indiana may request up to $2,000 from the IAP grant program, which does not require matching funds. The grants are intended to assist artists with specific project-related costs that will help them further their artistic career. Eligible projects will only be considered in the areas of visual arts, photography, design, media, crafts and folk arts related to these traditional disciplines. Artists with disabilities are also encouraged to apply for projects related to these eligible disciplines, either through the discipline directly or through the access category. Application guidelines and the online grant application system are currently accessible on the IAC website at www.in.gov/arts/individualartistprogram.htm. Application for this grant program is only available online. Artists are encouraged to read through the guidelines completely before they begin the application process. Applications must be submitted through the Indiana Culture Grants Online at: http://indiana.cgweb.org/.

Applicants must be 18 years of age, must be an Indiana resident for at least one year prior to the date of application, and plan to remain in the state for the full grant period. Artists may not be enrolled in a degree-granting program. All projects must be completed between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015. For more information on the Individual Artist Program, please contact Sarah Fronczek at 317-232-1274 or email SFronczek@iac.in.gov. The Indiana Arts Commission is dedicated to the vision of the arts everywhere, everyday, for everyone in Indiana.

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