INDIANAPOLIS, IN — 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 of Indianapolis, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Symhony Orchestra and Newfields. This is not a competitive award. All funds will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The new school bus grants coincide with the launch of a new online directory, IndyArtsEd.org designed to provide teachers with a one-stop destination for all their field-trip planning. There is no fee to use the online directory, and it is available to everyone. Funding for the school bus fund comes from contributions to the Arts Council’s Education Fund since 2015. For more information on the directory, please contact Education Partnerships Coordinator, Rishard Allen at email@example.com or by phone at 317-631-3301.
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About the Arts Council of Indianapolis
The Arts Council owns and operates two performance and exhibition spaces, the Indianapolis Artsgarden (attached to Circle Centre Mall) and Gallery 924 (at 924 N. Pennsylvania Street). The Arts Council allocates public funding to arts and cultural organizations through a competitive grant program; offers fellowship opportunities including the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship, the Transformational Impact Fellowship, the Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship, and the DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award; provides programs, services, and technical assistance for artists and arts organizations; and manages the city’s public art program including the new Public Art for Neighborhoods initiative. The Indy Arts Guide provides a comprehensive arts calendar featuring thousands of events, performances, and exhibitions throughout central Indiana. For more information on the Arts Council, call (317) 631-3301 or visit online at indyarts.org.