Regional Arts Partner
The Regional Arts Partnership (RAP) purpose and design is structured to improve and increase service delivery by providing access to grant funding and other statewide services on the regional level. The RAP regional system is responsive to the needs of each region and provides more direct delivery of grants, services to communities, and provides citizens a more direct role in the allocation of state resources.
|Resources for Managing Regional Initiative Grants|
In addition to the funding our Regional Arts Partners receive for being our partners they are eligible for Arts Organization (AOS) and Project Support (APS). And like our other grantees in those categories, our Regional Arts Partners go through a peer paneling process. Below are the recordings from FY18.
- AOSI South Shore Arts
- AOSII NW Indiana Symphony Society
- APS Community Foundation of St. Joseph County
- AOSII Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne
- AOSII Tippecanoe Arts Federation
- AOSII Arts Illiana
- APS Butler University
- AOSII Columbus Area Arts Council
- AOSI Community Arts Program, Hanover College
Best Practices for Management (Operational Standard)
The management element of the organization seeks to ensure that the organization has the necessary resources (human, financial, facilities, and equipment) to effectively implement programs and services and have a positive presence in the community. The management best practices are organized into the following categories and were compiled for the Partners to use to enhance performance in these areas: program management, human resources, community relations, facilities & equipment, and financial management.
Best Practices for Organizational Governance (Operational Standard)
The governance element of the organization seeks to ensure that the organization has the structure, governing board, and organizational planning processes, policies and procedures, and other documents in place in order to help fulfill its mission. The best practices are organized into the following categories: corporate structure, governing board, and organizational planning.
The documents below are to be used in managing the Regional Initiative Grant (RIG) application, paneling, and reporting process.
Grantsmaking Process Information
- Sample Panel Roster
- Template: Application Review Order Sheets
- Staff Evaluation of Advisory Panelist
- Panelist Resources
- RIG Reporting forms are assigned through the online system.