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To positively impact the cultural, economic and educational climate of Indiana by providing responsible leadership for and public stewardship of artistic resources for all of our State's citizens and communities.
The arts everywhere, everyday, for everyone in Indiana.
|2015-2016 Biennial Report|
|2016 Creative Economy Report, Executive Summary|
|2017-2021 Strategic Plan|
|NEW Public Funding Imperatives|
The IAC consists of 15 gubernatorial appointments who establish the agency's policies and goals, plan its direction for the future, and approve all grant awards and programs. The commissioners serve up to eight years, without compensation. They are selected to represent various areas of the state and diverse arts, business and community backgrounds.
The Commission hires an executive director to administer the agency and implement the strategic plan. The IAC staff provide advice and counsel, develop and administer the grants making process, recruit and train panelists, maintain a website, develop and disseminate publications and other information, and convene groups to assist in issue identification and research.
To read about the Indiana Arts Commission's history, click here.