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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is ArtsPath?

ArtsPath is a regional arts-in-education program in partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and is one of eight throughout the state funded by the PCA. ArtsPath, in alliance with the Indiana Arts Council, services a five-county region, including Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana, and Jefferson counties. Find out more information About ArtsPath.

What Is an Artist Residency?

Artists work in educational environments to create projects with up to three core groups with a maximum of 30 students per group. Find out more information about Residency.

How Is a residency initiated?

The Residency may be initiated by a teacher, a community organization, the directory artist, or other party.

What are the costs?

The total expense will vary depending on the plan developed. Find out more information about Residency.

How do I apply?

By filling out an application, you can Host an Artist Residency or Apply as an Artist.

Must a residency be 10 days?

At least 10 days, but it can certainly be longer. Find out more information about Residency.

Who can apply for a residency?

This program is open to all community entities in our region who want to utilize the arts to teach.

Can I apply for more than one residency each year?

You can apply for more than one residency!

What if I am an itinerant teacher?

This program is for all disciplines. If you are an itinerant teacher and only meet your students once or twice a week, combine your efforts with other teachers in the school. Work together to develop a partnership that will take the arts beyond the arts classroom and into science, math, social studies, and geography.

What Is the ArtsPath mission?

For additional information on Artists in Partnerships, visit the following pages:

Southern Allerghenies Museum of Art (SAMA)

Pittsburgh Filmmakers/PCA

Erie Arts and Culture

Galaxy: The Arts in EDU Program at Central IU 10

Logo: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts

This program is made possible through the AIE Partnership of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency. It is funded by the citizens of Pennsylvania through an annual legislative appropriation and administered regionally by ArtsPath through the College of Fine Arts at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts is additionally supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

  • ArtsPath
  • Performing Arts Center, Room 202
    403 South Eleventh Street
    Indiana, PA 15705-1008
  • Phone: 724-357-4565
  • Fax: 724-357-7899
  • Office Hours
  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.