Individual Advancement Program (IAP)
|FY19 Grant Program Guidelines||Apply for an Individual Advancement Program Grant|
|New for Fiscal Year 2019|
New Name: The Individual Artist Program is now called the Individual Advancement Program.
Applicant Eligibility: IAP grantees in the current cycle (FY18) or the previous cycle (FY17) may not apply for FY19.
Early Career Applicants: Artists who have been pursuing their career for less than five years excluding formal educational or apprenticeship training in their discipline (e.g. four-year degree granting program) can select into the Early Career category. Applications that select into this category will be asked to complete an additional question about their experience. These applications will be paneled separately and compete for the same funding.
Review Criteria: Impact on Artist’s Career Development is now worth 30 points out of 100 (previously 40 points out of 100) and Public Benefit and Community Engagement is now worth 20 points out of 100 (previously 10 points out of 100).
It is important to note that the IAP funds different disciplines each cycle, and applications are only accepted in the disciplines following the schedule below. The Individual Advancement Program (IAP) provides support to artists in all disciplines for career development projects. Applicants may request a maximum of $2,000. Grantees must plan a project, or phase of a project, which can be realized within the requested budget and completed within the proposed timeline. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and a legal resident of Indiana.
Folk arts and access applications will be paneled with the corresponding discipline in the corresponding year.
Odd Fiscal Years (Applications for these disciplines will open in December 2017)
- Media Arts
Even Fiscal Years (Applications for these disciplines will open in December 2018)
- Literary Arts
|Grant Information Webinar||TBD|
|Grant Period||July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019|
|Deadline to Apply||February 1, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. eastern time|
|Application Review Panel Meetings||April 2018|
|Awards Announcement||Late June 2018|
|Final Grant Report Due||July 2, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. eastern time|
All eligible applications will be reviewed by a panel of peers in a public meeting. Applicants will be notified when their application is scheduled to be reviewed. This meeting will be recorded and made available online (quality is not guaranteed).
- Review criteria can be found on pages three and four of the grant guidelines.
Grant information webinar details will be posted here at a later date.
Artist and Community Services Manager