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Art in the Afternoon

Art in the Afternoon

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.

Eventbrite - Art in the Afternoon

For more information about the event or to purchase tickets by mail, you can download the Art in the Afternoon 2015 flyer.

Giving Tuesday: Donate to the Carmel Arts Council

givingWe at the Carmel Arts Council hope you are as interested as we are in preserving and appreciating the art culture in our community, particularly for both the young and the elderly. While we continue to host and sponsor events in our community, the CAC plans to grow. Our new plans include:

  • New scholarships for high school seniors;
  • Musician visits to assisted living homes;
  • Teacher grants which will provide additional funds to carry out special projects;
  • Pumpkinfest, which is a fun-filled family day with a master carver;
  • A new high school division of the Arts Council; and
  • Collaboration with other arts organizations.

Won’t you help us by contributing to our nonprofit on the upcoming GIVING TUESDAY? You don’t have to be a world leader or a millionaire to give back. #GivingTuesday is about ordinary people coming together doing extraordinary things!

ANY donation will be appreciated and help us carry out our upcoming community events, and you will have the satisfaction that you have become an important factor in supporting the arts in our community.

Please mark your calendar now for GIVING TUESDAY, Dec. 2, 2014!

You can donate on our website or you can mail them to:

Carmel Arts Council, P.O. Box 344
Carmel, IN 46082-0344

CAC’s Third Annual Street Fair Coming in June

Join us for the third annual Street Fair in collaboration with SoHo Cafe & Gallery.

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the evening, sip a favorite beverage (beer, wine, smoothies, lattes). There will be live music by Henle & the Loops and a performance by Indy Improv. You can purchase artwork, photography, pottery, jewelry, and more from a host of local artist booths.

A portion of the night’s sales will benefit the Carmel Arts Council’s youth programs and other community projects.

  • Where: Outside the SoHo Cafe & Gallery (map)
  • When: Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
  • Cost: Admission is free, and you can share the event through Facebook.

The Carmel Arts Council Celebrates 20 Years in the Community

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The Lucas Estates Sports Pavilion before the start of the Carmel Arts Council 20th anniversary gala

The Carmel Arts Council celebrated its 20th anniversary working in the local community with its “One Enchanted Evening” gala. More than 180 people gathered at the prestigious Lucas Estate Sports Pavilion in Carmel, Ind, on Saturday, November 2, 2013.

The evening started with passed appetizers and special Fuzzy Vodka cocktails. Chef Anthony Puma, a world famous chef, served guests a delicious filet and salmon dinner together with assorted specialty desserts.

During the evening a silent auction proved very successful along with a Raise the Paddle fundraiser for the Carmel Arts Council’s Young Performer Showcase Senior Scholarship Division.

Thousands of dollars were raised that will go toward qualified graduating seniors who want to continue their talents in the arts. Scholarships will be given to seniors in the following categories: Literary Arts, Visual Arts, Performing Arts and Piano/Instrumental Arts.

After dinner guests enjoyed dancing to the sounds of Henle and the Loops, a group of lawyers, dentists and doctors who are so talented they might want to reconsider their day jobs.

You can see the complete gallery of photographs at the Carmel Arts Council’s Flickr site.

The Carmel Arts Council sincerely appreciates its Gold and Silver Sponsors for the evening: