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All applications and reports must be completed online unless otherwise noted. Log on to the IAC Online Grants System to access program applications and reports.
For additional program information, visit Grant Programs & Guidelines.
|1/16/14||Annual Report||Cultural Districts Program|
|1/16/14||Final Report||CY2013 Arts In Education|
|1/17/14||Final Report||CY2013 Technical Assistance Program|
|2/7/14||Application||FY2015 Individual Artist Program|
|7/1/14||Final Report||FY2014 Individual Artist Program|
|7/11/14||Final Report||FY2014 RIG AOS/APS for Region 7|
|7/31/14||Final Report||FY2014 SWASO|
|7/31/14||Final Report||FY2014 AOSIII|
*Regions managed by Regional Arts Partners of the IAC should contact their regional services manager for deadline information.
Advisory Panels will convene to score all applications in the Indiana Government Center South (IGCS) at 402 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204 unless noted otherwise. Panel meetings are open to the public for observation and may be recorded. Applicants are invited and encouraged to attend. Applicants cannot "lobby" panelists on behalf of their applications before, during, or after the panel meeting. Applicants who do not attend the panel session can request a copy of the audio on compact disc or schedule a time to listen to the panel review meeting at the IAC Office. Contact the IAC for more information at email@example.com.
Click the name of the program below for a listing of applicants to be adjudicated on the panel date. Applicants will be reviewed in the order they are listed. If the program does not have a link, the information may not be available yet. Contact the IAC or check back closer to the panel date for more information.
Please Note: The IAC cannot provide a specific time for your application review as panels vary in their process. On average, a panel reviews 6 to 10 applications per hour. The IAC does have a Twitter account and will provide status updates during panels.
|11/14/2013||CY2014 Arts In Education/IGCS - Conf Rm. 1C||1:30 p.m. EST|