Indiana Arts

avon-indiana-art Avon Arts – Avon art is well represented locally. There are three hobby stores in downtown Avon, several distinguished painters are residents, and the town is only 30 minutes away from the Talbott Street Art Fair in Indianapolis.
beech-grove-indiana-art Beech Grove Arts – Due to the close proximity of Indy art galleries and other Central Indiana towns, Beech Grove arts are every bit as connected to Indianapolis arts as every other aspect of life in the fast-slow lane of Central Indiana.
Brownsburg Arts – Literally hundreds of vendors and artists are scattered around Arbuckle Acres Park for Brownsbur’s annual Festival of the Arts, selling their photographs, paintings, crafts, jewelry, and more.
Carmel Arts – Numerous and varied Carmel arts events and festivals are held in the Carmel Arts and Design District each year, including the popular CarmelFest annually, and the Carmel International Arts Festival each September.
Danville Arts – Danville, Indiana and Hendricks County have a thriving arts community where theater, music, fine arts and crafts are well represented; the Hendricks County Civic Theater, the Hendricks Symphonic Orchestra, the Hendricks Symphonic Choir, an ArtsGo! are all facets of the Danville arts scene.
Fishers Arts – Fishers, a thriving suburb of Indianapolis, is home to The Artists’ Studio, the Fishers Chamber Orchestra, and an Arthur Murray Dance Studio, in addition to many local artists that do work in all mediums.
Greenfield Arts – Greenfield art is swiftly approaching its peak; the town is the site of the Riley Festival, the H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts, CrazyLake Art House (a studio space and gallery), and the Bread Ladies Cafe, a Greenfield restaurant that supports local art and music.
Greenwood Arts – The Southside Arts League in Greenwood offers classes and workshops in an array of different mediums, along with a gallery showcasing featured artists of the surrounding area; and the Greater Greenwood Community Band holds enriching public performances for residents.
indianapolis-indiana-art Indianapolis Arts – Art is all over the place in Indianapolis. The six Indianapolis cultural districts are rife with galleries, theaters, studio space, and recurring events that showcase the creative side of the Circle City.

lawrence-indiana-art Lawrence Arts – While Lawrence might not have the artistic infrastructure and focus of other Indianapolis satellite cities like Carmel, Fishers, or Greenwood, it’s incredibly close to all the artistic offerings of the Circle City.
noblesville-indiana-art Noblesville Arts – One of the main artistic draws in Noblesville, Indiana is The Artist’s Vineyard, a gathering place for Noblesville art and wine lovers alike on downtown Noblesville‘s historic Town Square. It’s also the home of the Anthony J. Padgett Gallery, family owned business Bundy Decoys, the Belfry Theater, and local artist Henry Bell.
plainfield-indiana-art Plainfield Arts – Plainfield is home to the Sketch Pad Art Studio, a gallery that features works of Plainfield artists in its halls; the town is also the site of Chateau Thomas Winery, an Indiana winery that supports the arts.
shelbyville-indiana-art Shelbyville Arts – The natural muse of the Indiana landscape combined with the general solitude of the place causes Shelbyville residents to flourish when it comes to creating works of art, be it on the stage or on the canvas; popular purveyors of the arts in Shelbyville include the Strand Theater, the Shelby County Players, and the Shelby County Arts Fest.
Speedway Arts – The arts in Speedway are not neglected, even though the major attraction to the town is the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race held every May. Local art lovers need not worry, however: all the excellent Indianapolis art galleries in downtown Indianapolis are so close they could be considered part of Speedway.
Westfield Arts – The main art gallery in Westfield is Gallery One 36. The gallery regularly stages special Westfield events, such as poetry readings and classes. Many other showplaces for the arts are only a few minutes away, such as the Evan Lurie Gallery in downtown Carmel.
Zionsville Arts – Zionsville art galleries and dealers are above the pale for small towns of similar size. Some of the main galleries in Zionsville include the Art in Hand Gallery, the Sullivan Munce Cultural Center, the CCA Gallery (an artists’ coop of sorts), and the Thomas Kinkade Gallery.


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