IPA’s Community Data Sources program features Cynthia Cunningham of Community Solutions showing our members where to find and how to use free online data tools.
Arts and Culture
With President Trump threatening to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington Post Reporter Geoff Edgers takes a 36-hour car ride through Indiana to see just where those funds are spent. (Ashleigh Joplin / The Washington Post)
Join IPA and the Indiana Arts Commission for the third webinar in our Coffee Talk series. Michelle Anderson, Deputy Director, and Rex Van Zant, Director of Marketing and Communications, will be our speakers.
Does your community have a historic downtown, or a structure that needs help? Historic preservation is much more about the future than the past.
The generosity of Irwin and Ann Katz (of blessed memory) will be remembered forever through an endowment created by their children to sustain arts programming at the JCC.
Heritage Fund announces Columbus North High School seniors Clayton Stine and Sarah Pankratz as the first-place winners in the recent 2017 Brown Music Competition.
The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) released the first statewide research review of Indiana’s Creative Economy and Employment Impact, finding nearly 161,000 Hoosiers are employed in Indiana’s Creative Economy.
Heritage Fund – the Community Foundation of Bartholomew County and the Columbus Area Arts Council are pleased to announce the following recipients of Welcoming Community Grants totaling over $48,000.
Students attending Muncie Community Schools (MCS) and Burris Laboratory School will benefit this year from several curriculum additions supported by two Ball Brothers Foundation grants.
The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced that more than 400 community-based arts providers and individual artists throughout Indiana will receive grants for Fiscal Year 2018.