Doug Spaniol

Creative Renewal Arts Fellow - In 1999, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, with generous support from the Lilly Endowment, established the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship program. Originally conceived as a renewal opportunity similar to an academic sabbatical, this groundbreaking initiative offers mid-career artists and arts administrators the opportunity to renew and refresh their creativity. In it's 9th round, the fellowship offers 30 artists and arts administrators $10,000 for an 18 month fellowship period.

Doug Spaniol is Associate Professor of Music and Coordinator of Woodwinds at Butler University’s Jordan College of Fine Arts, where he teaches bassoon and courses in music theory, reed-making, pedagogy, literature, and chamber music. In the summers, he serves as Instructor of Bassoon at the world-renowned Interlochen Arts Camp. He previously was a member of the faculty at Valdosta State University and has twice served as visiting professor at The Ohio State University.


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Doctor of Musical Arts, Ohio State University

Master of Music and Bachelor of Music,University of Illinois



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