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The Indiana Arts Commission is proud to provide opportunities throughout the year that serve as virtual and accessible opportunities for artists, communities, and nonprofits to take advantage of the “brain trust” in Indiana. Have a request for a topic? Let us know.

Upcoming Webinars

Creative Aging Virtual Learning Sessions

(Multiple opportunities taking place throughout the month of June)

In the next ten years, one in five Indiana citizens will be 65 and older.

In order to address the creative needs of this growing segment of our population, and help grow the career portfolio of artists in Indiana, the Indiana Arts Commission is starting a new initiative, Lifelong Arts Indiana, geared towards developing our creative workforce in service to our older Hoosiers. The Indiana Arts Commission, Traditional Arts Indiana, and local partners throughout the state are excited to invite artists to a series of community meetings to learn about creative aging, upcoming training, and future funding opportunities.


If the pandemic is a portal (as Arundhati Roy puts it), where do we hope it will lead us?What do board members need to consider when faced with a crisis? In this webinar, we'll look at fundamental, organizational assumptions and traditional information and consider how arts organizations can adapt to new information and situations.

Indiana’s Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program supports traditional musicians, craftspeople, dancers, practitioners of other community-based traditions in the teaching and sharing of their skills, repertoire, and knowledge with the next generation.

In this interactive webinar, Nina Simon shared concrete strategies to help your team re-vision your organization and your relationship with the communities that matter most to your future.

Webinar Recordings

Access more webinar recordings at the Indiana Arts Commission YouTube page.