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Fans of Indiana arts routinely flock to Hamilton County to sample the wares of a unique mix of talented artisans that call our community home. You could easily spend a day exploring the colorful galleries, independently owned shops and local restaurants, located in the Carmel Arts & Design District.
Similarly, there's always something new to discover with the Nickel Plate Arts for one-of-a-kind art classes, quaint restaurants and exciting events. Dabblein oil painting, create a custom collage or learn how to play the Native American flute in a - variety of fun classes taught by local artists in local venues. Nickel Plate Arts invites you to explore the arts and culture of Fishers, Noblesville, Cicero, Atlanta, Arcadia and Tipton.
Or, don't miss glass-filled emporiums lining Indiana's renowned Glass Trail. It all adds up to a paradise for lovers of beautiful, handcrafted works of art.
The Arcadia Arts Initiative brings learning of arts and crafts to historic downtown Arcadia. Member artists offer learning classes and workshops in a variety of art and crafts forms such as spinning,
This small but creative gallery packs in many featured artists with displays of blown glass and decorative mosaic pieces. Art Splash Gallery also features Indiana Glass Trail artists, Ben Johnson and
The Hamilton County Art Center, home of the Hamilton County Artists' Association welcomes guests to enjoy touring art shows, opening receptions, family day, gift shop, art classes and more. Housed in
Duck Decoys are one of the few forms of truly American folk art. Native Americans were the first to use a decoy for the purpose of luring a game bird from the sky. The oldest decoys ever found were
The Carmel Arts & Design District is an official Indiana Cultural District offering art galleries, design houses, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, spas, sculpture gardens, antiques, specialty shops and
Art gallery and design studio featuring an eclectic mix of traditional and modern artwork from the late 19th century to present by nationally and internationally recognized artists.
Indiana's rich and exciting history comes to life each and every day at Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Five themed outdoor areas provide a place to engage, explore and discover what it was
The Evan Lurie Gallery, located at the heart of the Carmel Arts and Design District, is a sleek gallery featuring contemporary art.
As you walk through Eye On Art Gallery and see the works selected for exhibit, perhaps you’ll experience something new and touching, something provocative and satisfying, something humorous and
Fishers Arts Council was created to enrich the quality and economic vitality of our community by expanding and supporting local arts and culture to residents and visitors. Experience these Fishers
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Carmel, IN 46032