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Apply for Funding

To be eligible, all applicants must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older.

  • Reside in the central Indiana counties (Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion, Morgan, Johnson, and Shelby).

  • Have been working professionally in the arts for at least two years.

  • Have made at least 40% of their income from working in the arts, prior to the COVID-19 health crisis. The 40% in this case must be derived from their own creative arts practice and may not be derived from fee for service or work for hire work such as wedding photography, corporate videography, creative marketing, commercial graphic design, etc.

  • Be an independent artist or non-profit arts and culture worker.

  • Be able to provide a W9 and Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). 

Applications for Keep Indy Creating grants are now open.

The program, informed by the Arts Council’s quarterly COVID-19 Artist Impact Survey, is divided into three parts. Applications are now open through August 22. We encourage you to review the eligibility requirements and read our FAQ before you apply

Artist Restart Grants

($1,000, 175 grants available). The intention of these grants is to help artists restart their careers, covering the cost of tools, studio rentals, rehearsal spaces, submission fees or other work-related costs. These grants are designed to support an artist’s career going forward and cannot be used for personal expenses such as rent, groceries, and utilities. 


Wug Laku Mental Health & Wellness Grants

($250 or $750, nearly 100 grants available). These grants were created to provide access to mental health care for artists and arts administrators. The $750 grants can be used for counseling in the form of one-on-one therapy, support groups, or art therapy. The $250 grants cover wellness practices, such as yoga, mindfulness coaching, studio art classes, and meditation. Learn more about Wug Laku, a local artist and mentor who died in 2017 due to untreated mental illness.


Emergency Grants

These help cover unexpected expenses as a result of a catastrophic event, such as fire or a health emergency. To qualify, an artist must demonstrate a temporary and unexpected financial emergency.

Image by Jay Goldz

Thanks to Our Funders & Partners

American Structurepoint
Barnes & Thornburg LLP
Bose Public Affairs Group
Browning Investments, Inc.
Citimark Real Estate Investment Company
Eskenazi Health
Fifth Third Bank
Gregory & Appel Insurance, Inc.
Indiana Sports Corp
Indianapolis Airport Authority
Ice Miller LLP
Indiana Sports Corp
Indianapolis Airport Authority

Indianapolis Public Schools
Indianapolis Colts
Indy Chamber
IndyGo
Katz, Sapper & Miller
KERAMIDA Foundation
Messer Construction
Schmidt Associates
Shiel Sexton
Strada Education Network
TAG Consulting LLC
16 Tech
Generous individual donors 

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