Arts United Announces Individual Artist Program Grant Workshop

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Arts United Announces Individual Artist Program Grant Workshop

Arts United is pleased to announce that it will be holding an Individual Artist Program (IAP) Grant Workshop on January 10, 2011 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Arts United Center, 303 East Main Street. To RSVP for this workshop, contact Dan Swartz, Cultural District Liaison for Arts United at dswartz@artsunited.org.

This grant is open to all individual artists over the age of 18, who have lived in Indiana for a minimum of one year, are not in a degree-granting program as of the deadline, are not recent IAP grantees, and are working in the fields of: Dance, Literature, Music, and Theatre.

The Individual Artist Program is an Indiana Arts Commission program tailored to the development of the individual artist and allows Indiana residents to apply for up to $2,000 in grant funding for specific project-related costs that will have a positive impact on the artist’s career. The deadline for the fiscal year 2012 IAP grant will be February 14, 2011. A new schedule was instituted in 2011: The IAP program will only accept applications in Dance, Literature, Music, and Theatre disciplines in the even fiscal years (such as 2012).

 

About Arts United: Established in 1955, Arts United is the third oldest united nonprofit arts fund in the United States and the second largest arts council in the State of Indiana. Arts United’s mission is to provide support to arts and cultural organizations and to unite and coordinate arts efforts in Northeast Indiana. Advocacy, allocations, facilities, and fundraising are at the core of Arts United’s mission.

About the Indiana Arts Commission: On behalf of the people of Indiana, the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) advocates engagement with the arts to enrich the quality of individual and community life. The IAC encourages the presence of the arts in communities of all sizes while promoting artistic quality and expression. The IAC works to enhance public awareness of the arts, life-long learning opportunities, and arts education programs. Governed by a 15-member board of gubernatorial appointees, the IAC serves all citizens and regions of the state.

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