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Do you want to be a grant panelist?
All grants from the Indiana Arts Commission are reviewed and scored by Hoosiers like you! It’s critical to the Arts Commission’s public funding process. They are looking for panelists that represent diverse backgrounds, experiences, and knowledge in the arts, as well as reflect diverse geographic areas of Indiana to serve as citizen grant review panelists in 2020.
What kind of experience should a panelist have?
Ideal panelist candidates have experience in one or more of the following: an art form, arts administration, arts project management, non-profit management or administration, or community arts organizing. The IAC also seeks candidates who have experience working with diverse groups of people. Young professionals as well as experienced cultural sector workers, artists, and arts leaders are encouraged to volunteer.
They’re especially looking for individuals with a focus on visual arts to review applications for the Individual Advancement Program.
What do I need to do to become a panelist?
Individuals interested in serving in this important role in cultural decision-making in Indiana are encouraged to complete this short form about their experience and desire to be an Arts Commission panelist.
Selected panelists are matched with the field most closely aligned with their areas of experience and interests. Panelists will receive complete training prior to their scheduled panel session.
Want to learn more about the panelist recruitment process? Please reach out!
Deputy Director of Programs
Indiana Arts Commission
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