NEA grants impact Indy arts groups

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IBJ reporter Kathleen McLaughlin guest blogs today.

If our report last week about federal stimulus money for the arts piqued your interest, we have an update this morning from the Indiana Arts Commission. See the list below for details on who gets how much money.

The grants come from the National Endowment for the Arts via one of three agencies — the state arts commission, Arts Council of Indianapolis, or Arts Midwest, based in Minneapolis. One note: The exact amounts are pending final approval from the NEA.

American Pianists Association, Indianapolis $25,000

Asante Children’s Theatre, Indianapolis $25,000

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre of Indianapolis $25,000

Children’s Center for Dance Education $22,400

Children’s Museum of Indianapolis $25,000

Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis $25,000

Friend of the Frankfort Library, Frankfort $25,000

Fort Wayne Ballet, Fort Wayne $21,300

Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis $7,500

Heartland Truly Moving Pictures, Indianapolis $25,000

Indiana Opera Society, Indianapolis $25,000

Indiana State Museum Foundation, Indianapolis $16,000

Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra $25,000

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Inc. $25,000

Muncie Civic & College Symphony Assn. $15,914

Music for All, Inc., Indianapolis $25,000

Northwest Indiana Symphony Society, Inc. $19,240

Phoenix Theatre, Inc., Indianapolis $17,500

Primary Colours, Inc., Indianapolis $25,000

Richmond Art Museum $15,544

Richmond Symphony Orchestra $15,544

Ridgewood Arts Foundation, Inc. $25,000

Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Inc., Terre Haute $25,000

Young Audiences of Indiana, Indianapolis $25,000

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