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The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) is issuing a Call for Submissions to Indiana-based individuals or teams interested in designing and fabricating the 2020 Governor’s Arts Awards.
BUDGET: $7,000 (for 7 awards)
ELIGIBILITY: Visual artists based in or living in Indiana
DEADLINE: December 1, 2019
Seven awards will be created. Five will be presented to awardees, one will remain with the Indiana Arts Commission, and one will remain with the Office of the Governor. Awards should be of durable material and be of an appropriate size and weight to be awarded on stage as part of a public event. It is our preference that the awards include an interactive or technology assisted element (e.g., illumination, kinetic), but it is not required.
The selection committee will review submissions on the basis of design merit; feasibility; and the extent to which the submission is suitable as a statewide award. The recommended submission will be forwarded to the Office of the Governor for final selection.
What to Submit:
Individuals or teams interested in making a submission to design and fabricate the 2020 Governor’s Arts Awards should provide a submission packet containing the following:
How to Submit:
QUESTIONS? Contact Bridget Eckert at firstname.lastname@example.org
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