The Indiana Arts Commission has awarded more than $200,000 to fund arts projects around the state through the agency’s On-Ramp Creative Entrepreneur Accelerator program. The IAC says the funding will be allocated to 102 creative entrepreneurs to support their business goals and communities.
The commission says the accelerator program is a three-day course for creative entrepreneurs to foster their business skills.
“The projects that are taking place around the state are reflective of the diverse talents of Indiana’s creative entrepreneurs,” said Paige Sharp, the IAC’s deputy director of programs. “This fellowship allows On-Ramp participants to grow in their career while strengthening the fabric of their community.”
You can view the full list of recipients and project descriptions by clicking here.
The IAC says applications for the 2022 program are open through January 6.