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It’s nearly that time of year again. The Carmel International Arts Festival, entering its 16th year, will run Sept. 28 and 29 in the Arts & Design District. This is an event for everyone, and dare we state here, well worth your time. Current is proud to be sponsoring it for the sixth year, and we’re eager, as many of you are, to see what Executive Director Rosemary Waters and her team of volunteers has cooked up for attendees. Long ago, this transitioned from a “just Carmel event” to one for the entire region – if not multiple states beyond. We know from our independent marketplace research that the arts – all of them – are of strong interest to our readership, and it is for that reason that we’re bringing the festival to your attention. There will be more than 125 juried artists displaying wares in watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture and pottery, among other mediums. It’s high-end work by scores of professionals – and, thankfully, you won’t find sand art or finger-painting works, although there will be activities for “young artists.” This festival has been and still is free to attend, and last year more than 30,000 folks partook of the exhibits, shopping and diverse entertainment. There is plenty of free parking, notably in the parking garage at the Indiana Design Center, one and a half blocks south of the festival on South Range Line Road, and at Carmel High School, from which a shuttle will operate. In addition, visitors may park at Old Town Shoppes, Main Street and Range Line Road, or at the Lions Club lot just east of Range Line Road on the south side of Main Street. Truly, this event has something for everybody. Please mark your calendars and plan to take in this phenomenal event. For more information, visit www.carmelartsfestival.org.


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This arts festival benefits our region

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It’s nearly that time of year again. The Carmel International Arts Festival, entering its 16th year, will run Sept. 28 and 29 in the Arts & Design District. This is an event for everyone, and dare we state here, well worth your time. Current is proud to be sponsoring it for the sixth year, and we’re eager, as many of you are, to see what Executive Director Rosemary Waters and her team of volunteers has cooked up for attendees. Long ago, this transitioned from a “just Carmel event” to one for the entire region – if not multiple states beyond. We know from our independent marketplace research that the arts – all of them – are of strong interest to our readership, and it is for that reason that we’re bringing the festival to your attention. There will be more than 125 juried artists displaying wares in watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture and pottery, among other mediums. It’s high-end work by scores of professionals – and, thankfully, you won’t find sand art or finger-painting works, although there will be activities for “young artists.” This festival has been and still is free to attend, and last year more than 30,000 folks partook of the exhibits, shopping and diverse entertainment. There is plenty of free parking, notably in the parking garage at the Indiana Design Center, one and a half blocks south of the festival on South Range Line Road, and at Carmel High School, from which a shuttle will operate. In addition, visitors may park at Old Town Shoppes, Main Street and Range Line Road, or at the Lions Club lot just east of Range Line Road on the south side of Main Street. Truly, this event has something for everybody. Please mark your calendars and plan to take in this phenomenal event. For more information, visit www.carmelartsfestival.org.


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This arts festival benefits our region

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It’s nearly that time of year again. The Carmel International Arts Festival, entering its 16th year, will run Sept. 28 and 29 in the Arts & Design District. This is an event for everyone, and dare we state here, well worth your time. Current is proud to be sponsoring it for the sixth year, and we’re eager, as many of you are, to see what Executive Director Rosemary Waters and her team of volunteers has cooked up for attendees. Long ago, this transitioned from a “just Carmel event” to one for the entire region – if not multiple states beyond. We know from our independent marketplace research that the arts – all of them – are of strong interest to our readership, and it is for that reason that we’re bringing the festival to your attention. There will be more than 125 juried artists displaying wares in watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture and pottery, among other mediums. It’s high-end work by scores of professionals – and, thankfully, you won’t find sand art or finger-painting works, although there will be activities for “young artists.” This festival has been and still is free to attend, and last year more than 30,000 folks partook of the exhibits, shopping and diverse entertainment. There is plenty of free parking, notably in the parking garage at the Indiana Design Center, one and a half blocks south of the festival on South Range Line Road, and at Carmel High School, from which a shuttle will operate. In addition, visitors may park at Old Town Shoppes, Main Street and Range Line Road, or at the Lions Club lot just east of Range Line Road on the south side of Main Street. Truly, this event has something for everybody. Please mark your calendars and plan to take in this phenomenal event. For more information, visit www.carmelartsfestival.org.


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This arts festival benefits our region

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It’s nearly that time of year again. The Carmel International Arts Festival, entering its 16th year, will run Sept. 28 and 29 in the Arts & Design District. This is an event for everyone, and dare we state here, well worth your time. Current is proud to be sponsoring it for the sixth year, and we’re eager, as many of you are, to see what Executive Director Rosemary Waters and her team of volunteers has cooked up for attendees. Long ago, this transitioned from a “just Carmel event” to one for the entire region – if not multiple states beyond. We know from our independent marketplace research that the arts – all of them – are of strong interest to our readership, and it is for that reason that we’re bringing the festival to your attention. There will be more than 125 juried artists displaying wares in watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture and pottery, among other mediums. It’s high-end work by scores of professionals – and, thankfully, you won’t find sand art or finger-painting works, although there will be activities for “young artists.” This festival has been and still is free to attend, and last year more than 30,000 folks partook of the exhibits, shopping and diverse entertainment. There is plenty of free parking, notably in the parking garage at the Indiana Design Center, one and a half blocks south of the festival on South Range Line Road, and at Carmel High School, from which a shuttle will operate. In addition, visitors may park at Old Town Shoppes, Main Street and Range Line Road, or at the Lions Club lot just east of Range Line Road on the south side of Main Street. Truly, this event has something for everybody. Please mark your calendars and plan to take in this phenomenal event. For more information, visit www.carmelartsfestival.org.


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This arts festival benefits our region

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It’s nearly that time of year again. The Carmel International Arts Festival, entering its 16th year, will run Sept. 28 and 29 in the Arts & Design District. This is an event for everyone, and dare we state here, well worth your time. Current is proud to be sponsoring it for the sixth year, and we’re eager, as many of you are, to see what Executive Director Rosemary Waters and her team of volunteers has cooked up for attendees. Long ago, this transitioned from a “just Carmel event” to one for the entire region – if not multiple states beyond. We know from our independent marketplace research that the arts – all of them – are of strong interest to our readership, and it is for that reason that we’re bringing the festival to your attention. There will be more than 125 juried artists displaying wares in watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture and pottery, among other mediums. It’s high-end work by scores of professionals – and, thankfully, you won’t find sand art or finger-painting works, although there will be activities for “young artists.” This festival has been and still is free to attend, and last year more than 30,000 folks partook of the exhibits, shopping and diverse entertainment. There is plenty of free parking, notably in the parking garage at the Indiana Design Center, one and a half blocks south of the festival on South Range Line Road, and at Carmel High School, from which a shuttle will operate. In addition, visitors may park at Old Town Shoppes, Main Street and Range Line Road, or at the Lions Club lot just east of Range Line Road on the south side of Main Street. Truly, this event has something for everybody. Please mark your calendars and plan to take in this phenomenal event. For more information, visit www.carmelartsfestival.org.


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