Public Arts and Humanities Project
About this opportunity
Arts and Humanities Council,firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Comentale, director of Arts and Humanities Council,email@example.com
The Public Arts and Humanities Project is a non-competitive program to fund new research and creative activities that benefit the Bloomington community and southern Indiana at large. It is supported by IU’s Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Office of the Vice President for Research through the IU Presidential Arts and Humanities Program, and managed by the IU Bloomington Arts & Humanities Council.
Applicants must partner with civic or other community organizations to plan and manage a research or creative project with academic as well as public deliverables. For this non-competitive program, proposals will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the director of the Arts and Humanities Council and developed for final review by appropriate members of the council. See the IU Bloomington Arts and Humanities website for relevant examples.
All IU tenured and tenure-eligible faculty are eligible to apply. Those employed at IU but not on tenure track, whose evaluation criteria include research or creative activity, are eligible to submit proposals with an explanation of the importance of research or creative activity to their evaluation in the letter of support from their chair or dean.
- $25,000 maximum award amount
- Both short- and long-term projects will be considered
Prior to applying, please contact Ed Comentale, director of the Arts and Humanities Council and associate vice provost for research at IU Bloomington, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application sections include:
- Completed online application form
- Project narrative and rationale (one-two pages) comprised of the following:
- background and significance of the project (please give context for the project and comment on its significance within the wider context of the humanities or arts in general )
- nature of the collaboration between researcher or artist and the wider community as well as specific community partners
- the unique skills, expertise, knowledges, and networks of the researcher or artist and all community partners to accomplish the proposed project
- potential impact of the project on the applicant’s field and the community at large as well as an assessment of potential audiences
- goals of the project, including both academic and community deliverables
- work plan and timeline to accomplish goals
- Completed budget form
- Project timeline
- Letters of support can/should come from campus as well as community partners: one from each key community partner or partner organization and from each faculty partner or department