An art exhibition created by art students from Woodbrook Elementary will open in the Carmel Arts Council’s Children’s Art Gallery on November 4. This exhibition is the result of a project based on the Amazon rainforest.
Art students from Woodbrook began this school year studying many different aspects of the Amazon rainforest; its location, climate and the various types of plants and animals that occupy the rainforest.
Following these lessons the students focused on creating a specific component of the rainforest or an animal. Some of the subjects depicted ranged from the rainforest landscape, to poison dart frogs, sloths, snakes, birds and butterflies. In assembling this exhibit, the students worked with a variety of media to capture and create the subjects of their art projects.
The Woodbrook Elementary Exhibit opens in the Carmel Arts Council’s Children’s Art Gallery November 4 and closes November 27.
Graduating seniors who are residents of Carmel, Indiana are encouraged to apply for the 2016 CAC Visual Arts Scholarship. Two awards will be made: one for $2,500 and another for $1,500.
Students must submit a portfolio of no fewer than 10 and no more than 15 pieces of original work. The work should be varied in media and subject matter and three dimensional art work must be submitted on slides or a CD. Judging is done by skilled artisans.
Applications are due 2 March 2016.
For more information, contact Joyce Burrell at email@example.com.
Download the application here.
The February art exhibits for the CAC Children’s Art Gallery will open on 5 February and close on 28 February.
Mohawk Trails Elementary is the featured school in the World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery. Scott Barajas, the Mohawk Trails Art teacher, has prepared a student art exhibit representing the many art styles his students have studied. The students experimented with many forms of art making which include drawing, painting, printmaking and collage.
The CAC will host an open house for Mohawk Trails Elementary on February 7th from 5-9pm.
The Gallery Annex will feature student artwork from Carmel, Clay, and Creekside Middle School, Carmel High School, and work from school children in Carmel’s sister city Kawachinagano, Japan.
The CAC’s Children’s Art Gallery will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm until 4pm during the month of February. Our gallery will also be open during the Arts and Design District’s “Gallery Walk” on February 13 from 5pm until 9pm.
Applications for the 2016 Literary Arts Scholarship are now available. Graduating high school seniors are encouraged to submit their own original fiction or non-fiction work (4-5 pages in length and double spaced). The literary work will be judged based on correct grammar, spelling, clarity of thought, and originality of ideas by skilled judges selected by the Carmel Arts Council.
Applications are available on the Literary Arts Scholarship page and are due by 15 March 2016. For additional information, please contact Sue Collier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are now available for the 2016 Young Performers Showcase Piano/Instrumental Division Scholarship Competition. Open to graduating seniors who reside with a parent/legal guardian who is a legal resident of Carmel, Indiana, the competition will award one $2,500 scholarship, one $1,500 scholarship, and one $500 scholarship based on the applicants’ performance at the competition on 14 February 2016.
Applications for the scholarship competition are available here, and must be submitted (along with supplemental information) by 4 February 2016. Further information is available on the application form, or by contacting Susan Anderson (317.446.0094) or Connie Titak (317.590.5544).
Applications are being accepted through 4 February 2016 for the Piano/Instrumental Division of the 2016 Young Performers Showcase, to be held 13-14 February 2016 at Piano Solutions in Carmel.
The Young Performers Showcase began in 1998 as an opportunity for children to perform before an audience and to encourage their participation in the instrumental arts. Excelling in the instrumental arts requires patience, discipline, and confidence. The 2015 showcase featured over 140 young performers. This competitive and non-competitive showcase welcomes all styles of music, with children performing on all types of instruments. All performers will receive a participation ribbon. Performers in the competitive divisions will receive first, second, third, and honorable mention awards. These awards will be based on skill, presentation, and general entertainment value of the performance.
Registration is $20 per student plus an additional $10 fee for solo performance and an additional $7 fee for duet performance. All registrations are non-refundable.
Applications can easily be completed online at here. After submitting your student’s application, please mail a check with his/her registration and performance fees to:
CARMEL ARTS COUNCIL : Susan Anderson
622 South Rangeline Road, Suite P
Carmel, IN 46032
Checks should be postmarked by 4 February 2016 and must have the student’s name printed clearly on the check. Applications are not considered to be complete until payment is received.
Applications will not be accepted after 4 February 2016.
Additional information is available in the application. If you have questions, please contact Susan Anderson at 317-446-0094 or Connie Titak at 317-590-5544.
Our High School Division has created a lively mural on the wall outside of Soho Cafe along the Monon Trail in Carmel. Two high school artists created, designed, and helped carry out the work to create this outstanding community mural.
It took them a few meetings to project the image onto the wall and to outline it and then they held painting sessions so far. As many as 10 high school students could be found painting at any one time, along with walkers along the Monon or patrons at SoHo Cafe who wanted to add their mark!
This student division of the Carmel Arts Council has worked well together since the beginning, sharing ideas, collaborating on community projects, and adding a spark to the Carmel Arts Council events.
You can check out more photos from the mural painting at our Flickr account.