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Emma Libersky of Plymouth High School took top honors in the 2014 Indiana Poetry Out Loud State Finals on Feburary 22, becoming the first repeat State Champion in the competition's eight year history
Emma Libersky of Plymouth High School took top honors in the 2014 Indiana Poetry Out Loud State Finals on Feburary 22, becoming the first repeat State Champion in the competition's eight year history. Eighteen high school students from across Indiana participated in this year's competition. (Photo: Brian Drumm) Read more.
Mark your calendars for May 15-16! One part artist workshop and one part academic conference, Leveraging Creativity will focus on the entrepreneurial skills artists need to have and the intellectual property issues arts administrators need to understand. Come with questions. Leave with confidence. Read more.
Applications are open for FY2015 Arts Operating Support I (AOS I) and Arts Project Spport (APS) grants. Part of the Regional Initiative Grant (RIG) program, these grants can provide the support your organization needs to bring more high qualty arts programming to you community. Read more.
George Kalamaras of Fort Wayne has been named the new Indiana State Poet Laureate. Professor of English at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Kalamaras has published six books of poetry and one of scholarship, numerous articles and more than 725 poems in anthologies and magazines in the U.S. and abroad. His work has received numerous honors, including from the National Endowment for the Arts. Read more.
Due to projected tax revenue shortages and a request from Governor Pence at the start of the fiscal year, the IAC is facing a 4.5 percent reduction of appropriations. Despite working diligently to absorb most of this reduction, a small portion must also be absorbed by grant allocations. Read more.