Spend an “Art” filled afternoon with artists’ booths, live music, chances for fabulous door prizes and much more! Come anytime after 2:30 p.m. Your attendance will support our Community Outreach Programs, Teacher Grants and High School Scholarships.
Where: Oak Hill Mansion, 5801 E. 116th Street, Carmel, IN
When : Wednesday, April 29, 20152:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: $30 and it includes a complimentary glass of wine, appetizers and dessert.
Holiday on the Square was started by the Carmel Arts Council for the City of Carmel. It has grown into a wonderful community outreach event. In 2014, we hosted close to 3000 people throughout the evening. Santa, Sparky and the Mayor arrive by antique Firetruck donated by Rob McCune and family.
A variety of local performance groups provided entertainment on the Gazebo stage:
It’s never too early to start making plans for our December gallery open house at The World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery.
The Carmel Arts Council is hosting an Open House for the Smoky Row Elementary Art Exhibition Smoky Row Art Students Celebrate the Art and Life of Georgia O’Keeffe on. Please come and meet the Smoky Row Elementary Art Teacher, Angie Crider, and her art students.
Where: World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery (map)
In conjunction with the City of Carmel, the CAC and other sponsors are a part of the city’s annual holiday celebration:
“Holiday on the Square is the perfect kickoff to the season, with the holiday lighting ceremony, a visit from Santa, live reindeer and other animals to pet, holiday entertainment, children’s activities and the Holiday Farmers’ Market. Come see your neighbors and friends and get in the holiday spirit.
Don’t forget Farmers Holiday Market on Veterans Way will be happening, so come prepared to shop. This year, you will also be able to help fill Santa’s sleigh with donated items that will go to the Carmel Fire Department’s Christmas Assistance Program.” — City of Carmel website
The Carmel Arts Council is partnering with the Carmel Mayors Youth Council to hold a Pumpkin Festival on October 25th, from 4:00pm until 8:00pm. (See The Pumpkin Fest Flyer).
The FREE festival will take place at Carmel Civic Square (by the fountain and the gazebo).
It will be family friendly and perfect for all ages. Costumes are welcome. We will have food vendors, entertainment, hayrides, WHJE radio station as well as Carmel High School clubs.
There will be pumpkin carving and judging. People may bring an already carved pumpkin to the festival or may buy and carve a pumpkin on site. We will award prizes in four categories – elementary, middle school, high school and adult.
All pumpkins must be at the festival and ready to judge by 6:00pm. At that that time the pumpkins will be displayed, lighted and judged. We will keep the pumpkins until the end of the festival at 8:00pm. We will then allow people to take their pumpkins home.
The festival is going to feature Lee Saberson who is a master pumpkin carver. He will be demonstrating his craft during the festival.
Any proceeds from the festival will benefit the Carmel Arts Council and the Mayors Youth Council scholarships.
The Carmel Art’s Council, in conjunction with the Center For The Performing Arts, is sponsoring an Art Preview at the Palladium for attendees of Jackie Evancho’s concert on Saturday, June 1. The Carmel Art’s Council has gathered 85 pieces of art from Carmel’s three middle schools and its high school.
While the show isn’t open to the public, concertgoers can see the Art Preview before Evancho’s performance and during the intermission. For those who can’t attend the show, the CAC will post photos on the website next week.
When: Saturday, June 1 at 5 pm and the concert intermission
Where: The Palladium at The Center for the Performing Arts (map)
Cost: Must have a concert ticket for Jackie Evancho’s performance