Indiana arts organizations are sharing in more than $1 million in grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. The funding is part of more than $82 million being awarded by the NEA nationwide to fund over 1,100 projects.
Indiana Arts Commission Executive Director Lewis Ricci says the grants represent an increase of nearly $95,000 in federal funding to Indiana arts organizations compared to last year. The IAC received $782,200 through its partnership agreement with the NEA, which will allow for additional direct grants.
Other recipients include:
American Folklore Society, Inc. Bloomington, IN $50,000
American Literary Translators Assoc. Bloomington, IN $15,000
American Pianists Assoc. Indianapolis, IN $10,000
Harrison Center for the Arts Indianapolis, IN $75,000
Indianapolis Art Center Indianapolis, IN $15,000
Indianapolis Children’s Choir Indianapolis, IN $15,000
Legacy Foundation Merrillville, IN $30,000
South Shore Arts, Inc. Munster, IN $20,000
Tippecanoe Arts Federation Lafayette, IN $30,000
University of St. Francis Fort Wayne, IN $15,000
You can see details about all of the national grants by clicking here.