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The Indiana Arts Commission is here to serve as a resource for all of Indiana's citizens. Whether you're looking for information on how to make your historic theatre more accessible or you're implementing creative placemaking with an activation alley, we have the answers you need.

Helpful links:

  • Are you an artist looking for resources and support built specifically for you? Click here to visit the new Artist Hub!
  • Curious about what grant funding the IAC offers? Click here to explore.
  • Missed a webinar? Click here to access the IAC's webinar library.

Resources for IAC Partners:

Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and providing accommodations for people with disabilities is not only your legal responsibility, it’s good business practice and it’s the right thing to do. And IAC can help.

The arts have intersected with education strongly and inextricably for all of human history. Each of the art disciplines can carry forward a civilization's history, teach lessons, and celebrate our individual and collective heritage.

Increase your impact, value, resources, and long-term sustainability with community engagement. Community engagement as the activity of consistently cultivating two-way community relationships – beyond conventional programmatic partnerships.

Community engagement (the what) describes the intentional cultivation of two-way, exchange-driven community relationships, and IDEA (the how) describes ways we intentionally remove barriers and welcome all to participate in those relationships.

A community is at its best when it feels coherent, collaborative, and safe. Arts participation contributes to social cohesion by reducing isolation, encouraging cooperation, and building community networks.

  • Webinars

    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.

    Learn More
  • Arts Resource Guide to COVID-19

    The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected artists, arts organizations and arts providers all over the globe. IAC is here to support you and help you navigate the developing situation.

    Click here for information and resources

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Indiana Arts Commission 
100 N. Senate Avenue, Room N505
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone (317) 232-1269
Relay IN (800) 743-3333

Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is closed on weekend and state holidays.

Place relay calls from your PC or mobile device from anywhere to anyone: http://www.siprelay.com/siprelay/call_options.

Executive Leadership

  • Lewis Ricci - Executive Director (email) (317) 417-2300
  • Miah Michaelsen - Deputy Director of Operations (email) (317) 903-6728
  • Paige Sharp - Deputy Director of Programs (email) (317) 416-8536

For more staff contact information, click here.