The Indiana Arts Commission has announced 35 Hoosier artists have been selected to participate in the second annual On-Ramp accelerator program for early career creative entrepreneurs. The artists chosen come from around the state and are trained in a variety of creative disciplines.
The program gives artists business skills, professional coaching, networking opportunities and access to special project funds. It is also designed to retain emerging artists in the state and encourage creative work in the Hoosier state.
“It is exciting to see creative entrepreneurs from throughout the state, representing so many different artistic disciplines, committed to advancing the business side of their careers,” said Anna Tragesser, IAC artist and community service manager, in a news release. “We want to help these early-career artists not only achieve their creative goals, but maximize their opportunities for business success.”
Learn more about the 35 artists by clicking here.