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NEW DIRECTIONS 2010 & 2011 Annual Report


The Arts Council of Indianapolis builds financial support and widespread appreciation for meaningful engagement in the arts. Our mission fuels a talented and energetic board and staff that work each and every day to support and celebrate the arts. The last two years have served as a time of reinvention and reinvigoration of the work of the Arts Council. We couldn’t think of a more suitable title for our annual report than New Directions. We have added to and enhanced our existing programs, found a new home for our offices, opened Gallery 924, and created a new public art program that has captured the excitement and imagination of the city in 46 for XLVI, just to name a few. We are honored to have the unyielding support of the Mayor’s office and the City of Indianapolis. Our ongoing partnerships throughout the community enrich the arts and cultural community, strengthen the economic impact of the arts, and provide visibility and advocacy for continued arts development. The Arts Council provides support to artists and arts organizations in the form of grants, workshops, and technical assistance programs. The Arts Council markets and promotes arts and cultural activities to audiences and visitors to central Indiana. As you read through the many accomplishments of the past two years and see the number of people who have contributed to the success of the Arts Council and its programs, we encourage you to find ways to get involved and celebrate the rich arts and cultural community that Indianapolis has to offer. The passion for arts and culture in our community is undeniable and we are proud of the accomplishments of the past two years. The ongoing work of community members, city officials, as well as our staff and board has continued to transform and uplift arts and culture in Indianapolis. Thank you for all that you do. Be assured that the passionate, creative, and impactful work of the Arts Council of Indianapolis continues.

Dave Lawrence President & CEO

Erik Johnson Board Chair


ENGAGEMENT IN THE ARTS Signature activities in 2010 and 2011 such as acquiring new offices, completing a new strategic plan, opening a new gallery, and launching a new citywide public art program were a cause for celebration. With all that was new, it might have been easy to overlook the many vital programs and services that the Arts Council offers each year to build and sustain a healthy arts and cultural community. A new advocacy committee, comprised of arts advocates from all over Marion County, deepened relationships with City County Councilors and other elected officials. Through the Annual Grant Program, the Arts Council awarded operating support grants to arts and cultural organizations throughout Marion County. Additionally, fellowships to talented central Indiana artists were awarded through the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship program and the Robert D. Beckmann Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship Program. The Arts Council continued to grow its artist workshop series in both number of workshops and topics presented. The Arts Council staff was expanded to include a public art coordinator to reinvigorate and support the city’s growing public art initiatives. The Indianapolis Artsgarden remained a top destination for arts and cultural events by offering more than 300 free performances and exhibitions each year. Annual events such as Art & Soul at the Artsgarden, a celebration of African-American art and artists, and Mistletoe Music Festival, a three-week holiday musical tradition for junior high and high school musicians continued to keep audiences engaged and artists employed. The Artsgarden also hosted numerous corporate events, key citywide celebrations, and was a popular location for proms and wedding receptions. As the arts service agency for the City of Indianapolis, the Arts Council continues to support and enhance the arts organizations and artists that call Indianapolis home. The programs and services of the Arts Council are offered to arts organizations, artists, arts audiences, and the entire community at no charge.


2010-2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

students impacted by ACI-funded education programs each year

475 , 0 0 0

senior citizens reached through ACI-funded performances and programs each year

6,500,000

total audience members engaged by ACI-funded performances and programs annually

$2,200,000

granted through the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship

$35,000

granted to artists through the Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship

12 7

central Indiana artists exhibited in Gallery 924

2, 875

free, live performances in the Artsgarden in 2010 & 2011

21, 24 0

BOARD OF ADVISORS

school choral & band members who performed in the Artsgarden for Mistletoe Music Festival in 2010 & 2011

Dan Appel Vaughn Hickman Stan Hurt Deborah Simon Mark Varnau

central Indiana artists exhibited in the Indianapolis Artsgarden

Front and back cover photos by Tad Fruits, Susan Fleck and Brandon Anderson

1,634 79

ARTI Awards for exemplary support of the arts to patrons, businesses, and organizations

ARTS COUNCIL OF INDIANAPOLIS

Erik Johnson, Chair Frank Basile Dennis Bassett Bryce Bennett Jim Birge Mike Blanchet Barbara Branic Valerie Brennan Diana M. Brenner Steve Campbell Greg Fehribach Ted A. Givens Michelle Griffith Jane Henegar Denise J. Herd Quay Kester W. Tobin McClamroch Shawn Mulholland David Resnick Yvonne Shaheen Krista Skidmore Brian Sullivan Susan Williams

1,600,000


2010 In 2010, new directions came both literally and figuratively to the Arts Council of Indianapolis. The Arts Council began the year with its new president & CEO, Dave Lawrence, at the helm. Later that spring, the board and staff unveiled a new vision and mission statement, as well as a bold, new strategic plan that would guide the work of the Arts Council through 2012. In May, the Arts Council moved its headquarters one mile north from Monument Circle to the historic Saint Joseph Neighborhood. With the new space, the Arts Council gained street-level visibility, enhanced office space, and an exciting venture: Gallery 924. New ideas and new directions would become the hallmark of the Arts Council of Indianapolis.


With our new location and Gallery 924, we set out to make a new mark on the city and begin a new era for the Arts Council of Indianapolis.

photo by Tad Fruits

DAVE LAWRENCE

NEW DESTINATION It is incredible what one mile and a street sign can do for an organization. Always seeking more efficient operating costs, the Arts Council knew that finding a new space would be a smart way to realize cost savings at the same time as redefining its role in the community. The new space allowed the Arts Council to become more accessible and visible, while serving the arts in central Indiana in new and exciting ways. Located in the historic Saint Joseph Neighborhood, a dusty and cavernous space was soon reimagined. The building is itself a work of art. The interior was magnificently transformed into a bold and energetic space. Incorporating exposed-brick walls, high ceilings opening up to rustic rafters, dynamic colors, and curved lines, the new space created a fitting home for the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Floor-to-ceiling windows facing Pennsylvania Street run the length of the building and an old marquee serves as a new beacon for the arts and a reminder of a former tenant, Rollerland Skating Rink. The street level location and marquee-style signage increased visibility exponentially. The 5,500 square feet were divided into gallery space, public meeting space, and offices for Arts Council staff.


Sleek, yet rustic...space—a top rate exhibition and gallery venue.

photo by Tad Fruits

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY 5-STAR REVIEW

GALLERY 924 The economic downturn, both in Indianapolis and nationally, had taken its toll on gallery space in the city. With its relocation, the Arts Council recognized a new opportunity to serve the community and continue to raise the visibility of the arts. Gallery 924, a fine art gallery for central Indiana artists, would also serve as an important cultural anchor in the burgeoning Saint Joseph Neighborhood. “We realized a growing need in the central Indiana arts community for a new gallery space that could showcase and highlight the great contemporary artists that call Indianapolis home,” said Dave Lawrence. Gallery 924 opened in October 2010 with an inaugural exhibition featuring glass artist Ben Johnson. The exhibition garnered raves from gallery patrons and critics alike. Suddenly, a new arts destination was born. Shannon Linker, Director of Artist Services and Gallery 924, curated the monthly exhibitions in Gallery 924. In addition to exhibition and visibility opportunities for artists, the gallery also provided artists with opportunities to sell artwork. During the first three months, the Arts Council welcomed nearly 1,000 patrons to Gallery 924.


START WITH ART With a dynamic and thought-provoking speaker, stirring performances, and a capacity crowd, Start with Art 2010 proved to be one of the most successful in the Arts Council’s history. Recognized as the kick-off to the arts season, Start with Art remains the Arts Council’s sole annual fundraiser. Hundreds of arts organizations, artists, and community leaders convened in the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown to celebrate the arts. Dan Pallotta, author of Uncharitable: How Restraints on Nonprofits Undermine Their Potential, a leading expert on innovation and social entrepreneurialism in the nonprofit sector, was the keynote speaker. The program also included the announcement of 2011 Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship recipients Kathryn Dart, painter, and Patrick McCarney, lighting designer. Popular musical group, The Tides, began the event with a mini-concert of island music that set the stage beautifully. 2010 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis participant Robin Scott astounded attendees with a magnificent performance and the cast of Civic Theatre’s Rent proved that theatre is alive and well in Indianapolis.

photos by Rob Banayote

A highlight of Start with Art was the announcement of the ARTI Awards that celebrated the enormous contributions businesses and volunteers make to the arts in central Indiana. The 2010 ARTI Awards were created by painter Rachel Steely and inspired by the mural, Patterns in Flight, commissioned by the Arts Council for the exterior of its new headquarters. A new ARTI, named for Ben Davis art teacher Larry Hurt, was announced and awarded to him posthumously; recognizing his extraordinary life and passion for the arts.

We need to ‘get out of the box’ not only for ourselves, but for all the people whose lives we work to improve. DAN PALLOTTA


2010 START WITH ART SPONSORS TITLE SPONSORS

Conrad Indianapolis Schahet Hotels, Inc.

PRESENTING SPONSORS The Shaheen Foundation Star Media

ACI Board Chair, Erik Johnson; SWA Chair, Yvonne Shaheen; SWA Title Sponsor, Gary Schahet

PL ATNIUM SPONSORS

The Art Institute of Indianapolis Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services Christel DeHaan Family Foundation

GOLD SPONSORS

Brenner Design Buckingham Companies The National Bank of Indianapolis NCAA

SILVER SPONSORS

2010 ARTI Award design by Rachel Steely

BSA LifeStructures Community Health Network Eli Lilly & Company Indianapolis Power & Light Company

BRONZE SPONSORS

Mayor Gregory A. Ballard

The Tides on stage at Start with Art

ACI Board Members David Resnick and Denise J. Herd

photos by Rob Banayote

Barnes & Thornburg LLP Borshoff Brightpoint Chase Circle Centre Duke Realty ESCO Communications Eugene & Marilyn Glick Family Foundation F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co., Inc. FlashPoint The Great Frame Up Gregory & Appel Insurance Michelle & Perry Griffith Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County Stan & Sandy Hurt Ice Miller LLP imagenation Indiana State Museum Foundation, Inc. Indianapolis Colts Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP LDI/Finish Master, Inc. Lilly Endowment Inc. Monarch Beverage Co., Inc. OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc. Pacers Sports & Entertainment Pillar Group Risk Management RATIO Architects, Inc. Riley, Bennett & Egloff Ritz Charles Caterers Somerset CPAs, P.C. University of Indianapolis


2010 CONTRIBUTORS FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS & AGENCIES Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, Inc. BSA LifeStructures Circle Centre City of Indianapolis Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, Inc. Elliott Company of Indianapolis, Inc. The Great Frame Up Gregory & Appel Insurance Indiana Arts Commission Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate

JP Morgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving Campaign Lilly Endowment Inc. Messer Construction CoThe National Bank of Indianapolis NCAA Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation, Inc. The Penrod Society Ritz Charles Caterers State Employee Community Campaign Yates Family Charitable Fund

INDIVIDUALS Dan & Kate Appel Frank Basile Dennis Bassett Bryce Bennett Elliott & Ann Berger James Birge Mike & Mary Blanchet Ted & Peggy Boehm Barbara & Michael Branic Valerie M. Brennan Diana Brenner Marianna Bridge Elizabeth Crowell Lori Efroymson-Aguilera Greg Fehribach Ed & Phyllis Gabovitch Ted A. Givens Michelle & Perry Griffith Denise J. Herd Abbe Hohmann Stan & Sandy Hurt Erik Johnson Quay Kester

Dave Lawrence W. Tobin McClamroch Shawn Mulholland Derek D. Newland Dr. and Mrs. George Rapp David Resnick N. Clay Robbins Betty Scarpino David G. Sease Yvonne Shaheen Krista Skidmore Kathleen Spears Timothy Steigerwald Natalie Steinert S. Jennifer Sugarman Brian Sullivan Michael Terry Gary Thompson & Leigh Harris Anne Valentine Mark Varnau Susan Williams Peggy Willis


2010 ANNUAL GRANT RECIPIENTS American Cabaret Theatre American Pianists Association Art With a Heart Asante Children’s Theatre Big Car Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University Dance Kaleidoscope Drum Corps International Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art Encore Music Society Festival Music Society Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis Freetown Village Harrison Center for the Arts Heartland Truly Moving Pictures Indiana Historical Society Indiana Repertory Theatre Indiana State Museum Foundation Indianapolis Arts Center Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra Indianapolis Children’s Choir Indianapolis Civic Theatre Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis Opera Indianapolis Symphonic Band

Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival Indianapolis Zoological Society IndyBaroque IndyChoruses InterAction Theatre International Violin Competition Motus Dance Theatre Music for All New World Youth Orchestras Orkestra Projekt Percussive Arts Society Phoenix Theatre President Benjamin Harrison Foundation Primary Colours Ronen Chamber Ensemble ShadowApe Theatre Company Storytelling Arts of Indiana Summer Stock Stage VSA arts of Indiana WFYI Teleplex Writers’ Center of Indianapolis Young Actors Theatre Young Audiences


2010 REVENUE & EXPENSES REVENUE

2010

City of Indianapolis

$1,000,000

35.71%

Indiana Arts Commission

$406,318

14.51%

Restricted Funding for Other Programs

$274,500

9.80%

Contributed Revenue

$806,812

28.81%

Earned Revenue

$312,909

11.17%

(Annual Grant Program)

(Regional Arts Partnership Program)

(Art & Soul, Creative Renewal, ARRA funding)

Total Revenue

%

$2,800,539

EXPENSES $1,342,600

47.94%

Grantsmaking - Individuals

$163,461

5.84%

Artist Services

$391,043

13.96%

Arts Marketing Services

$275,839

9.85%

Artsgarden Programs & Performances

$398,381

14.23%

Special Events

$45,497

1.62%

Administration

$159,169

5.68%

Grantsmaking - Organizations

(Artist workshops & artist development activities)

(Includes arts programming & rental expenses)

(Equipment, rent, office & meeting expenses)

Total Expense

$2,775,990

Earned Revenue

Contributed Revenue

City of Indianapolis

Indiana Arts Commission

Restricted Funding for Other Programs

EXPENSES

REVENUE

Special Events

Administration

Artsgarden

Arts Marketing

Grantsmaking: Organizations

Artist Services

Grantsmaking: Individuals


GRAND OPENING OF GALLERY 924 2010 ROBERT D. BECKMANN, Jr. EMERGING ARTIST FELLOWS photos by Tad Fruits

DIANE L. LEWIS poet

EMILY BUDD sculptor

2010 ARTI AWARD RECIPIENTS CORPORATE

2010 IN GALLERY 924

Eli Lilly & Company

CORPORATE

OCTOBER Ben Johnson

National Wine & Spirits

ARTS EDUCATOR

Larry Hurt (posthumous)

VOLUNTEER/PATRON Jeremy Efroymson

NOVEMBER IDADA Group Show

DECEMBER TOYS: A Group Show Sponsored & curated by Primary Colours

ARTful IMPACT

IMA--100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park


photo by Susan Fleck

2011 ‘Let’s Paint the Town,’ the theme for the 2011 Start with Art luncheon, was not only the perfect way to capture the excitement of the annual event, but also a fitting title for the work of the Arts Council throughout 2011. The Arts Council literally painted the town as part of its new citywide public art initiative, 46 for XLVI. In partnership with the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee, the Arts Council created and launched a new marketing campaign that included thousands of green foam fingers decorating the city in celebration of the arts. The foam fingers served as a fun and colorful way to point to all the super choices in the arts around central Indiana. The celebration in 2011 continued with the announcement and launch of the seventh round of the nationally recognized Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship program. As the city prepared to welcome the world for Super Bowl XLVI in 2012, the Arts Council was actively engaged in citywide planning and preparation, ensuring that the arts would be front and center.


Public art & football make strange bedfellows... [Indianapolis] used the arrival of the Super Bowl as an opportunity to improve neighborhoods.

photo by Susan Fleck

MIKE TAINER, NEW YORK TIMES

46 FOR XLVI What started as Mayor Ballard’s challenge to the Arts Council to think and act boldly became the centerpiece of activity for 2011. In an effort to enliven streetscapes, beautify neighborhoods, and celebrate the arts in Indianapolis on the world stage, the Arts Council conceived and launched a citywide mural initiative, 46 for XLVI. Through a national call for artists, the Arts Council selected 33 artists to create the murals throughout Marion County. Over half of the selected professional artists called central Indiana home. With no thematic limitations, the artists created murals that delighted residents and visitors alike with scenes of vast aquariums, fields of flowers, walls that appeared to be nothing more than wallpaper, and fantastical animals on walls big and small. Murals paying tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., Kurt Vonnegut, and Indiana jazz legends, at once, became iconic imagery for the city. 46 for XLVI was the result of key partnerships and collaborations from business owners, neighborhood and community centers, churches, parks, and many others. The 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee along with the City of Indianapolis, the East 10th Street Civic Association, the John H. Boner


[46 for XLVI] resuscitated Indianapolis’ faltering public art program, provided artists with meaningful work & promises to make mural art...part of the city’s profile. DAVID HOPPE, NUVO NEWSWEEKLY

Community Center, Sherwin Williams, Buckingham Foundation, and the Central Indiana Community Foundation made the mural program possible. When the final paint brushes were put down, the rave reviews began. The interest and enthusiasm for the program spread throughout Indiana and the rest of the country. In addition to successful media coverage locally, 46 for XLVI made Indianapolis one of America’s ‘must see mural cities’ according to MSNBC. The program and the Arts Council were also featured in articles in the New York Times, BLOUIN ARTINFO, and USA Today. Unprecedented for any other Super Bowl host city, 46 for XLVI and the Arts Council achieved something monumental: the arts were front and center in a new and exciting way. 46 for XLVI created community pride and interest in neighborhood beautification. The program motivated people of all ages to explore the city and bolstered an appreciation for public art in Indianapolis.


SUPER CHOICES Behold the power of a green foam finger. At the 2011 Start with Art, the Arts Council and the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee announced a Super Bowl visitor-focused marketing and visibility initiative that served to showcase and highlight the city’s world-class arts and cultural community. Called Super Choices, the campaign was a playful take on a stadium and game day standard: the ‘we’re number one’ foam finger. Over the course of six months, the Arts Council distributed more than 5,000 green Super Choice foam fingers to arts patrons, businesses, and organizations. Recipients were challenged to use various social media channels to post pictures of their super choices and help the city promote the arts and cultural community. The Arts Council was flooded with creative and humorous photos featuring the foam fingers pointing to beloved arts and cultural events and organizations. The Super Choices campaign included an interactive, searchable calendar for arts and cultural events during and leading up to the Super Bowl. The green foam finger could also be found on beverage coasters, pocket calendar cards, and other collateral pieces to ensure that cultural events were part of the action and served as a visual reminder that the arts in Indianapolis are a “#1” priority.

We wanted a super way to guide the entire community to exciting arts & cultural events in Indianapolis...we’re calling them Super Choices. MARK MILES, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, 2012 INDIANAPOLIS SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE


CREATIVE RENEWAL ARTS FELLOWSHIP Unique nationally, the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship program, administered through the Arts Council with the extraordinary support and guidance of Lilly Endowment Inc., continued to be a source of inspiration, hope, and artistic achievement for 330 artists and arts administrators. Similar to an academic sabbatical, the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship offered artists and arts administrators the opportunity to renew and rejuvenate their creativity and careers. 2011 marked the launch of the seventh round of fellowship awarding 40 artists and arts administrators with $10,000 each. The 2011 fellows included arts administrators, dancers, novelists, poets, playwrights, musicians, actors, directors, and visual artists. Fellowship recipients participated in workshops; reconnected with family; explored their cultural identities and histories; studied architecture; attended workshops on meditation and nutritional education; taught summer intensive programs at the Martha Graham School in New York City; sought inspiration in the Butchart Gardens in Victoria, B.C.; experienced the United States by train; learned new bronze casting techniques; and researched the life and work of Italian artist Mariano Fortuny to name just a few. The Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship program remained an important means of support and visibility for artists and arts administrators and a key program of the Arts Council.

Artists inspire and challenge us. They add beauty and meaning to our lives. N. CLAY ROBBINS PRESIDENT, LILLY ENDOWMENT INC.


2011-2012 CREATIVE RENEWAL FELLOWS

CHRIS BOWMAN

TIMOTHY E. BRICKLEY

PETE BROWN

DARLENE DELBECQ

TOM DUNCAN

HEAVEN FAN

CHRIS FORHAN

MARK GOETZINGER

SUSAN WATT GRADE

KEVIN S. HARMON

LOU HARRY

GREG HULL

JENNIFER JOHANSEN

JOSH JOHNSON

ROB KOHARCHIK

DIANE KONDRAT

NORBERT KRAPF

ELISE J. KUSHIGIAN

HAROLD F. MAILAND

JOEL MARKUS

BONNIE MAURER

RICHARD MCCOY

LORI MILES

BONNIE MILL

DAVID ORR

JAMES E. POWELL

CYNTHIA PRATT

MATTHEW ROLAND

DANE N. SAUER

PAUL SIEBENTHAL

JAMES M. SPINAZZOLA music

LASHAWNDA CROWE STORM visual art

JOANNA TAFT

BENJAMIN D. TEBBE

DIANE TIMMERMAN

OPHELIA WELLINGTON

JOHN WETHERILL

BRENDA WILLIAMS

MEG WILLIAMS

MILICENT WRIGHT

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2011 START WITH ART SPONSORS TITLE SPONSORS

Chase Schahet Hotels, Inc.

PL ATNIUM SPONSORS

The Shaheen Foundation Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Wayne Zink

Mayor Gregory A. Ballard

GOLD SPONSOR

The National Bank of Indianapolis

SILVER SPONSORS

BSA LifeStructures Community Health Network Conrad Indianapolis Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra NCAA Star Media

BRONZE SPONSORS

2011 Start with Art keynote speaker, Peter Kageyama

ACI Board Chair, Erik Johnson; 2012 Volunteer/Patron ARTI winners Dorit and Gerald Paul; 2012 Corporate Chair, Mark Miles

photos by Rob Banayote

Baker & Daniels Barnes & Thornburg LLP Barbara & Michael Branic Bingham McHale LLP Borshoff Brenner Design Buckingham Companies Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, Inc. Circle Centre Clifton Gunderson Eli Lilly & Company Ernst & Young F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company FlashPoint Gregory & Appel Insurance Ice Miller LLP imagenation Indiana State Museum & Historic Sites Corp. Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Power & Light Company IUPUI/IU Foundation Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP LDI/Finish Master, Inc. Lilly Endowment Inc. Michelle & Perry Griffith Monarch Beverage Co., Inc. OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc. Pacers Sports & Entertainment Riley, Bennett & Egloff Ritz Charles Caterers Shiel Sexton Co. Somerset CPAs, P.C. University of Indianapolis Wishard Health Services


2011 CONTRIBUTORS FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS & AGENCIES Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, Inc. Capital Improvement Board Chef Joseph’s at The Connoisseur Room City of Indianapolis Circle Centre Conrad Indianapolis Duke Realty Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, Inc. Elliott Company of Indianapolis, Inc. Eugene and Marylin Glick Family Foundation Gregory & Appel Insurance Impact 100 Indiana Arts Commission Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association JP Morgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving Campaign Lilly Endowment Inc.

Mark M. Holeman, Inc. Messer Construction Co. Mickey’s Camp for Women Newton Becker Bouwkamp Pendoski, PC Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation, Inc. Outside the Box Ritz Charles Caterers Sease, Gerig & Associates In honor of Yvonne Shaheen State Employee Community Campaign St. Elmos Stakehouse/Harry & Izzy’s The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate The National Bank of Indianapolis The Penrod Society The Quaker Oats Company

INDIVIDUALS Dorothy Alig Dan Appel Frank Basile Dennis Bassett Bryce Bennett James Birge Mike Blanchet Ted & Peggy Boehm Barbara & Michael Branic Valerie Brennan Diana M. Brenner Steve Campbell Sara Compton Thomas E. Dapp Robert Epstein Greg & Mary Beth Fehribach Olivia Feiro

Maude Fenstermaker Patricia Florio David & Shannon Forsell Ted A. Givens Michelle & Perry Griffith Denise J. Herd Vaughn Hickman Mark & Carmen Holeman Stan & Sandy Hurt Erik Johnson Quay Kester Mark & Pam Kirklin Lucinda & Joe Meade W. Tobin McClamroch Shawn Mulholland Dr. & Mrs. George Rapp David Resnick

Joyce Ribble & Cynthia R. Nokes In memory of Leila Elizabeth Whitehouse N. Clay Robbins Yvonne Shaheen Krista Skidmore Timothy Steigerwald Natalie Steinert Betty Stilwell Brian Sullivan Gary Thompson & Leigh Harris Phyllis Urban Mr. & Mrs. E. Valdettaro Charles J. Van Tassel Jr. Mark Varnau Susan Williams


2011 ANNUAL GRANT RECIPIENTS American Pianists Association Art With a Heart Asante Children’s Theatre Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site Big Car Cabaret at the Columbia Club Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University Dance Kaleidoscope Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art Encore Music Society Festival Music Society Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis Footlite Musicals Freetown Village Harrison Center for the Arts Heartland Truly Moving Pictures Hoosier Salon Patrons Associations Indiana Historical Society Indiana Repertory Theatre Indiana State Museum Foundation Indianapolis Arts Center Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra

Indianapolis Children’s Choir Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis Opera Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival Indianapolis Zoological Society IndyBaroque IndyChoruses International Violin Competition Jazz Arts Society of Indiana Madame Walker Urban Life Center Music for All New World Youth Orchestras Percussive Arts Society Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis Primary Colours Storytelling Arts of Indiana VSA arts of Indiana Writers’ Center of Indianapolis WFYI Teleplex Young Actors Theatre Young Audiences

2011 PROJECT AWARD RECIPIENTS Indianapolis School of Ballet Urban Arts Consortium Ronen Chamber Ensemble Summer Stock Stage


2011 REVENUE & EXPENSES REVENUE

2011

City of Indianapolis

%

$1,000,000

31.21%

$300,000

9.36%

46 for XLVI Project

$500,000

15.60%

Restricted Funding for Other Programs

$465,343

14.52%

Contributed Revenue

$608,224

18.98%

Earned Revenue

$330,796

10.32%

(Annual Grant Program)

Capital Improvement Board (Annual Grant Program)

(Art & Soul, Creative Renewal)

$3,2 0 4 ,363

Total Revenue Expenses

$1,094,130

34.15%

Grantsmaking - Individuals

$361,300

11.28%

46 for XLVI Project

$453,706

14.16%

$350,759

10.95%

Arts Marketing Services

$287,839

8.98%

Artsgarden Programs & Performances

$430,570

13.44%

Special Events

$48,959

1.53%

Administration

$140,742

4.39%

Grantsmaking - Organizations

Artist Services

(Artist workshops & artist development activities)

(Includes arts programming & rental expenses)

(Equipment, rent, office & meeting expenses)

Total Expense

$3,168,005

Administration Special Events

Contributed Revenue

Restricted Funding for Other Programs

EXPENSES

REVENUE

Earned Revenue City of Indianapolis

46 for XLVI Project

Capital Improvement Board

Artsgarden

Arts Marketing

Grantsmaking: Organizations

Artist Services 46 for XLVI Project

Grantsmaking: Individuals


JUNE Hector Del Campo

2011 IN GALLERY 924

JANUARY Brad Ford Bell

FEBRUARY Doug Calisch

JULY Contemporary Figurative Work Group Show

AUGUST Transcendence Group Show

SEPTEMBER Amy Falstrom

2011 ROBERT D. BECKMANN, Jr. EMERGING ARTIST FELLOWS KATHRYN DART painter

PATRICK MCCARNEY lighting designer

2011 ARTI AWARD RECIPIENTS CORPORATE

OCTOBER MARCH Minda Douglas

Indiana Glass Artists Association Group Show

Marsh Supermarkets

SMALL BUSINESS

Hoaglin Fine Catering

VOLUNTEER/PATRON

Dorit and Gerald Paul

VOLUNTEER/PATRON

George and Peggy Rapp

APRIL

NOVEMBER

Jason Bord

The Wood Show Group Show

MAY

DECEMBER

Dorothy Stites Alig

Stacey M. Holloway

ARTful IMPACT

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis: National Geographic Treasures of the Earth


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