Arts Council announces latest round of $10K Creative Renewal fellows

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Eighteen visual artists and eight arts administrators are among the 40 recipients of $10,000 grants in the latest round of Creative Renewal Arts Fellowships, funded by Lilly Endownment and administrated by the Arts Council of Indianapolis.

More than 180 applications were submitted. Those recieving grants were announced at a retrospective exhibition of the previous round of fellows at the Indianapolis Art Center on April 12. (Full disclosure: I received a Creative Renewal grant in the previous round.)


The 2013 group:

Visual Art: Philip Campbell, Philip Lamie, David Kleeman, Quincy Owens, Jim Walker, Jeannine Allen, Benjamin Johnson, Justin Chase Lane, David Morrison, Anila Quayyum Agha, Linda Adele Goodine, Constance Edwards Scopelitis, Bonnie Stahlecker, Lesley Baker, Artur Silva and Taylor Smith

Arts Administration: Joan Hostetler (Heritage Photo & Research Services), Janet Allen (Indiana Repertory Theatre), Glen Kwok (International Violin Competition of Indianapolis), Craig Wetli (Children’s Museum of Indianapolis), Joel Harrison (American Pianists Association), Beth Perdue Outland (Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra), Floranne Pagdalian (Arts for Learning) and Lori Raffel (Phoenix Theatre)

Music: Betty Perry, Gordon Bonham, Rob Dixon, John Alvarado, Cathy Morris, William Engle and Geoffrey S. Lapin

Literary: Dan Barden and Tasha Jones

Theater: Michael Shelton, Constance Macy, Gordon Richard Strain and Claire Wilcher

Dance: Sabra Logan and Heather Helene King

Design: Carlos Sosa

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