IMPORTANT! Due to the response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) events on this site may be postponed or canceled. for More Details. CLICK HERE
Are you a parent? What are your thoughts on your child's current arts education? We want to know! Come join the dialogue about arts education following the Art & Soul performance by Asante Children's Theatre at 12:15 pm on February 20 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden. Everyone is welcome to attend and join this important discussion.
WFYI's No Limits host John Krull featured Any Given Child Indy on his January 5, 2016 program. John interviewed Ernest Disney-Britton, Director of Grants Services and Arts Education at the Arts Council of Indianapolis, and David Newman with Indianapolis Public Schools (who oversees arts programs and is on the Community Arts Team) about Indianapolis'
For Art With a Heart's afterschool programming at IPS School #96, they had over 45 students apply for 24 positions. At IPS School #107, Art With a Heart has been invited to add afterschool programming to support their in-school day programming with kindergarteners. Both schools struggle with funding and Art With a Heart’s goal is to raise $3,000 in
Urban Artisans (UA) develops vocational skills in young adults. Students with and without disabilities learn transferable, pre-vocational skills through making, marketing, and selling artwork in a professional studio. The primary goal of the program is to help young adults, ages 16-22, transition from school to the workplace. The UA program is held
The Arts Council of Indianapolis is offering $5,000 to underwrite school bus transportation in 2019. Funds are available through January 13, or until all the funds are all distributed. All central Indiana schools are eligible, public, private, and religious and field trips support access to six Indianapolis-based organizations, The Children's Museum
On September 4, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced Indianapolis, Indiana as the 18th site for Any Given Child, a program that creates a long-range arts education plan for students in grades K-8. The program is led by the Arts Council of Indianapolis in partnership with Indianapolis Public Schools, the Office of the Mayor of
The Arts Council of Indianapolis (ACI) Board of Directors has appointed Julie Goodman as President and CEO following a national search led by Arts Consulting Group. Goodman will join ACI March 4.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis has been awarded an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in the amount of $50,000 to support arts education in Indianapolis. This grant is among the $80 million approved by National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu as a part of the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year
Any Given Child Indianapolis Announcement
Disclaimer: The Arts Council of Indianapolis provides this database and website as a service to artists, arts organizations, and consumers alike. All information contained within the database and website was provided by the artists or arts organizations. No adjudication or selection process was used to develop this site or the artists and organizations featured. While the Arts Council of Indianapolis makes every effort to present accurate and reliable information on this site, it does not endorse, approve, or certify such information, nor does it guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, timeliness, or correct sequencing of such information.