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The Individual Artist Program grant supports individual artists for specific project-related costs. Eligible projects are purposely left flexible to respond to artists' ideas, dreams, and needs, however, the goal of this program is to aid the artists' career development.
Becky Archibald, Indianapolis, 2004
To defray the costs of the artist's marketing and media tools for her upcoming original piano compositions concerts. Ms. Archibald's first CD, Searching, was a set of 10 original piano pieces.
Pamela Ayres-McCue, Terre Haute, 2004
Travel and material costs for a series entitled, "Stitching and Sewing Things That Grow.
Steve Beai, Farmersburg, 2004
To assist with travel and supplies relating to the completion and solicitation for a publisher of a novel called, "The Monk."
Patrice Bovo, South Bend, 2004
Materials for the creation of an art installation called, "The Game."
John Bower, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with printing costs for a book based on images from Indiana Locations titled, "Lingering Spirit: Photographs of Indiana's fading, forlorn, and forgotten places."
Cary Boyce, Bloomington, 2004
To defray the costs associated with the production, and distribution of a professional quality CD of his oratorio, "Dreams within a Dream."
Kalynn Brower, Ellettsville, 2004
To assist with childcare costs allowing the artist to revise "River Cats," a feature length screenplay.
Susan Brown, Valparaiso, 2004
To allow the artist to research perform and market, "Songs and stories of the Great Lakes."
Duane Busick, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with costs relating to the updating of the artist's digital tools allowing for greater distribution once "The Old Brick," a documentary, is completed.
Patricia Cole, Bloomington, 2004
Purchase of studio time allowing the artist to create 12 drawings.
Jason Connel, Franklin, 2004
To assist with the costs of purchasing a new computer with the technological capacity to host digital images and web sites.
Daniel Dempster, Floyds Knobs, 2004
To purchase a vibration reduction lens and photograph and exhibit Southern Indiana's wild and scenic areas.
Marilyn Derwenskus, Muncie, 2004
2004: Travel and training costs for the artist to learn egg tempera techniques. Additional costs include: apprentice time, studio time, materials and supplies, and promotion.
2006: For travel expenses and supplies needed to attend a month-long artist residency at the Vermont Studio focusing on watercolor.
Madge Dishman, Muncie, 2004
To assist with costs allowing the artist to direct and present a public reading of "Shedtown." Costs will include payment for six actors, marketing and publicity, and submission fees for Shedtown to be entered into contests and conferences.
John Domont, Indianapolis, 2004
Purchase of linen and stretcher bars to assist with costs of creating eight Indiana landscapes for the artist's one man museum show at the Swope Art Museum in Terre Haute, IN.
Elizabeth Donahue, Indianapolis, 2004
To continue private study lessons with a certified Irish stepdancer and to cover a portion of the artist's costs relating to becoming a certified stepdancer.
Tania Elsesser (Shepard), Noblesville, 2004
To assist the artist with purchasing the supplies and tools to create 12 images exploring the metaphor between flowers and emotions.
Diana Ensign, Indianapolis, 2004
To assist with travel costs allowing the artist to travel and collect stories for a book of essays entitled, "Voice of Hope: Veteran Stories of Faith and Healing."
Dixie Ferrer, Nashville, 2004
Designing a web site, developing marketing materials, and purchasing two months of advertising in South West Art for the "Artful Spirits" Wise Women Dolls.
Katherine Ferrucci, Bloomington, 2004
To assist the artist in researching and creating a book based on the past and present stories of people in Bloomington who are or were integral to the music community.
Maria Freese, Amboy, 2004
To purchase materials and supplies allowing the artist to create a series called, "Passages," made up of mixed media assemblage.
Michael Gard, Valparaiso, 2004
To assist with the costs of creating a photographic exhibition and website of the unique biodiversity of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Timothy Gray, Carmel, 2004
Use of materials for an art installation in an existing historic barn, marketing, and publicity.
Kenton Hall, Muncie, 2004
Purchase of the materials needed to create 5 outdoor sculptures based on the symbolism of Stupas and the costs to photograph the completed work.
Jean Harper, Fountain City, 2004
To provide a stipend and travel assistance during the summer allowing the artist to work on a documentary, in writing, of the people and places in Wayne County, IN.
Nasrin Hekmat-Farrokh, Bloomington, 2004
To assist the artist in traveling to Tehran to do research on classical Persian poetic images. This research will assist the artist in her rewrite of "The Dawn of Peace."
Monika Herzig, Bloomington, 2004
To allow the artist the opportunity to write, produce, and market a 45-minute humorous, educational video for the purpose of introducing basic elements of jazz to young children through an entertaining and interactive setting.
Kevin Hiatt, Fort Wayne, 2004
To assist the artist costs in composing two 3 to 4 minute works for a string quintet specifically conceived for K-6th graders.
Loran Hill, Indianapolis, 2004
To assist with costs relating to building a 54 cubic foot catenary arch kiln.
Kevin Holladay, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with the costs relating to recording and reproducing an original CD for children in the style of a 1930s radio broadcast.
Dennis Ichiyama, West Layfayette, 2004
To assist with costs relating to the restoration and display of a collection of color wood blocks currently housed in Earl Park, IN.
Martha Jacobs, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with costs relating to the staging of "Happy Days," a Samuel Beckett piece.
Molly Jeon, Bloomington, 2004
To purchase Japanese musical instruments and offset costs related to conducting a workshop on how to sing Japanese folk songs.
Susan Koper, Muncie, 2004
To hire a noted choreographer to create a modern dance piece for the artist and her colleagues.
Mary Kramer, Terre Haute, 2004
Purchase of materials and promotion tools for a series of new works based on ideas about memory and text turned inside out. Additional dollars will go toward the exhibit reception in New Mexico and the shipping of the works.
Grey Larsen, Bloomington, 2004
To allow the artist to work with a consultant who will assist him in expanding his web presence.
Linda LeMar, West Lafayette, 2004
Purchase of an electric kiln including shipping and handling from Florida.
John Lustig, Terre Haute, 2004
Purchase of modeling time, art materials, and publicity costs allowing the artist to create a series of 12 paintings focusing on, "Archetypes."
Doris Lynch, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with costs allowing the artist the resources to travel and research information about the Holocaust. The project will culminate with 15 new poems and a workshop for other artists on researching memoirs and other personal accounts.
Harry Maginity, Brazil, 2004
To assist with the artist's living and research costs while he completes a sight-sound docudrama on Marshall W. Taylor's Indiana years.
Lilly Marsh, West Layfayette, 2004
Purchase of slides, print photography, and the creation of a color catalog of the artist's 3-D sculptural work entitled, "Pallbearers."
Kaz McCue, Terre Haute, 2004
To assist with the production of large-scale digital mural prints on canvas entitled, "Freaks of Nature: A Parody of Elements."
Sherry McFaden, Gosport, 2004
To assist with costs relating to taking classes at the Royal School of Needlework in Surrey, England.
Lynne Medsker, Brownsburg, 2004
To assist with the training expenses, and supplies to create a series of artistic prints using the techniques of Polaroid transfer and emulsion lifts.
Larry Mickow, Highland, 2004
To allow the artist to document the dying ruins of Gary, IN in a series of photographs entitled, "Dead Gary."
Natalie Miller, Indianapolis, 2004
To assist with costs relating to the creation, editing, and publisher search for a novel entitled, "Higher Ground."
Lorna Mundy, Bedford, 2004
To allow the artist to print 250 copies of a collection of her newspaper columns that rain in the Mitchell Tribune.
Owen Mundy, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with the costs of documenting and researching Indiana festivals and fairs.
Nancy Nichols, Terre Haute, 2004
Development of marketing packets of the artist's work including brochures, slides, photographs, and other related publicity pieces.
James Obermeier, Bloomington, 2004
To assist with the purchase of precious metals which will be used to create a solo exhibition entitled, "The Absence of Beauty."
Sarah Pearce, Bloomington, 2004
Purchase of studio time, materials, and promotional costs for a series of paintings exploring a new vision of the landscape.
Mark Rigney, Evansville, 2004
To assist with costs in writing a mystery novel about wildlife forensics.
Beverly Roche, Indianapolis, 2004
To assist with costs relating to the design and creation of the set, props, costumes, masques, soundtrack, and visual effects for a show examining the history of silent theatre and its impact today.
Red Rohall, Indianapolis, 2004
Travel costs and supplies related to seeking out funky roadside attractions along the Wabash to be captured in an oil painting series and the costs for marketing and promoting the series.
Malke Rosenfeld, Bloomington, 2004
To pay for travel and supplies for study at Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, in step dancing.
Adam Schwartz, Bloomington, 2004
To assist the artist in purchasing recording equipment to use in high-quality news features and documentaries
Robin Scott, New Castle, 2004
To allow the artist the time to develop educational materials for a Rivercane workshop. This grant will also allow the artist to purchase the Rivercane in both processed and natural formats and to finish the Rivercane for educational workshops.
Sharon Sklar, Bloomington, 2004
To allow the artist to showcase the Chinese culture via a large-scale photographic exhibition.
Shari Smith-LeMonnier, Munster, 2004
Production of a video showcasing upcoming exhibition paintings and techniques.
Robert Stanley, Beverly Shores, 2004
Costs surrounding a website allowing the artist to document his previous works and market new works.
Don Swartzentruber, Winona Lake, 2004
Purchase of the artist's time, materials, and promotion costs allowing him to create a series of works entitled, "Facing the Grotesque and Sublime.
Neil Taylor, Bloomington, 2004
Purchase of traditional Japanese woodcut tools and the supplies to create a series of 10 woodcut prints.
Rob Taylor, Nashville, 2004
To assist with the costs of creating holographic plates that will image, record, and document the current artists and craftspeople in Brown County Indiana.
Diane Timmerman, Brownsburg, 2004
To allow for research costs to explore the Linklater voice workshop for area teachers.
Patrick Titzer, Terre Haute, 2004
Purchase of an electronic kiln controller and materials including glass and steel to create 10-15 metal wall-sculptures incorporating slumped and/or cast glass. Additional dollars will be used to create brochures and for maintenance.
Karen Van De Walle, Indianapolis, 2004
To assist with costs relating to marketing and hosting a national exhibit entitled, "Tea Bowl Exhibit," in conjunction with the National Council for Education of Ceramic Arts' conference.
Jane Vickers, Evansville, 2004
To assist with marketing and web site development costs for a show entitled "Earthen Vessels."
Shari Wagner, Carmel, 2004
To provide support, materials and travel expenses allowing the artist to write 8-10 personal poems about women with Indiana connections.
Mark Wallis, Spencer, 2004
Produce and print a brochure allowing the artist to build his business of leasing his outdoor sculpture.
Lisa Walsh, Lafayette, 2004
To assist with expenses, allowing the artist to attend a two week class in France specializing in lampworking and wireworking.
Carrie Wild, Indianapolis, 2004
Creation of three large postcard mailers, and mailing fees allowing the artist to market herself as an illustrator.
Charles Wood, Martinsville, 2004
To assist with travel costs relating to the development of scenes for a screenplay. Additional costs include fees for entrance into screening writing contests.