The Columbus Area Arts Council is proud to announce that its Regional Services Director, Jeff Kuehl, has been selected to serve as State Captain for the State of Indiana at National Arts Advocacy Day in Washington DC. Kuehl will lead a delegation of Hoosier arts supporters in lobbying
Students from 19 Indiana schools to compete in statePoetry Out Loud finals (Indianapolis, Indiana) – The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today that 19 Indiana schools will send participants to the annual Poetry Out Loud Indiana State Finals, February 22, at the Indiana
Have you been looking for an available space to peacefully work on your craft? The Bartholomew County Historical Society would like to help you by announcing studio spaces available at their new location at the Haw Creek Heritage Arts Center. These art studio spaces are available for
Dynamic Sales / Display and Merchandising Workshop Art world’s most recognized speaker/teacher leads workshop for artists and food producers On Tue., Jan. 28, Indiana artists will learn how to approach the sales process and increase the sale of their work when Indiana Artisan hosts
Indianapolis – Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann has announced the Hoosier Women Artist Contest will continue in its eighth year. Applications are being accepted through February 28, 2014. Winners of the Hoosier Women Artist Contest will have their artwork displayed in the Lieutenant
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission is now accepting entry forms for the 2014 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Writing and Multimedia Contest. The third annual contest asks Indiana high school students to use art, writing or multimedia to demonstrate what they can do to promote equal
Columbus Area Arts Council enhances the quality of life in the community–stimulating community interest in art, fostering creation and inquiry throughout Columbus, and leading a vibrant arts culture tied to our unique history.