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2023 Fishers Arts + Culture Commission Grant Program
Since 2021 the Arts Commission has distributed over $92,000 in funds to 28 projects or organizations. For 2023, the Commission is proud to announce its third grant program aimed at continuing to foster creative partnerships within the Fishers arts community. Grants will range up to $7,500 and will be awarded to projects taking place within the city boundaries of Fishers in 2023. Projects can be exhibits, events, programs, displays, or other artistic or cultural expressions and should relate to two or more of the Commission’s core values: inclusive, authentic, engaging, collaborative, innovative, and educational. Applications are due by December 18, 2022.
2023 Fishers Arts + Culture Business Matching Grant Program
The Fishers Arts & Culture Commission Business Matching Grant is targeted at businesses and organizations that wish to partner with the Commission for the installation of public art on their property. The City of Fishers will provide Request for Qualifications facilitation on behalf of the Commission. Matching Funds can be requested up to $25,000 and must be at least 50% of the total project cost. The Commission will review all applications submitted. Targeted areas for investment include along the Nickel Plate Trail, I-69 and State Road 37 Corridors, Nickel Plate District, Allisonville Road and the Allisonville commercial area, 96th Street, 116th Street, 126th Street, Lantern Road, USA Parkway, Crosspoint Blvd, 126th Street, Olio Road and areas surrounding both Fishers and Hamilton Southeastern High Schools. Applications will be accepted and reviewed bi-monthly throughout 2023 during the Commission’s regularly scheduled meetings.
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