I fuse creativity with understanding to deliver a one-of-a-kind solution.
What I do.
It is my goal to understand, create, then deliver a unique solution to my clients. As a creative design agency I serve as a marketing venue to businesses looking for an image that will obtain recognition and familiarity.
Why I do it.
I enjoy meeting people and learning about them and their objectives.
I have a strong interest in lending my talents to assist with their goals. Great connections are what I am after.
How can I help you?
Creating a positive experience is essential to forming great and lasting client relationships. As I learn about you and your branding goals, improving the visibility of your business will become the focus. I offer a variety of directions to give your company’s image a creative boost.
How can you help me?
Providing as much information as possible and the ability to convey your thoughts clearly will be key to your projects success. The more prepared you are in the beginning, the easier and smoother it will be for our project experience. I hope to hear from you soon!
Yes. You can find me in the Indy Arts Guide "Artist Directory" as well. Just search under my name, Karl Freund. Have A Great Day!
The 5547 Project is a community based organization focused on presenting art to the public and supporting local artist as an alternative art studio/gallery
Thanks to the vision of Riley Area Development Corporation and Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf, the Art Bäks, a bright red, 8’ x 20’ shipping container is now located in Davlan Park, just south of Starbucks on Mass Ave in Downtown Indianapolis. The new pop-up art gallery, completed by art fabrication company, BAMCO, is a free public art space that will house rotating artists from April to December. Its mission is to transform the underutilized green space into an urban public art hub that increases culture and quality of life for residents and guests.
Arts Place, Inc. is a nonprofit regional arts council that operates three centers in East Central Indiana and West Central Ohio. Arts Place is dedicated to presenting quality exhibitions and educational programming. The galleries exhibit the work of both emerging and established artists.
ArtMix is a non-profit arts service organization providing access to the arts for people with disabilities. ArtMix (formerly VSA Indiana) fulfills its mission through a series of arts programs led by 20+ professional Teaching Artists who provide programming in schools, community centers, hospitals, and on-site in our adaptive arts studios near downtown Indianapolis.
Through its programming, ArtMix increases access, engagement, knowledge, and skills in and through the arts. Collectively, ArtMix programs serve more than 6,000 people each year. The programs create opportunities for learning, self-expression, and socialization, and increase community understanding and acceptance of people of all abilities. ArtMix was founded in 1982 and is a member of the VSA Affiliate Network, a program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
For more information visit artmix.org or call (317) 974-4123.
Arts for Lawrence
Mission: Arts for Lawrence connects arts to the community to inspire everyone every day.
Vision: Living Lawrence – A vibrant arts destination.
Partnerships for Lawrence offers public arts programming in visual and performing arts. The Theater at the Fort provides a venue for local performers, Lawrence Township school performances, Summer Art Camp, Monthly Poetry readings and art exhibitions. Other programs include outreach in visual arts instruction, public art installations, and a community mural program.
The Center for Creative Arts Gallery is an artist cooperative located in Carmel. It represents award-winning artists who create affordable originals in watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel, collage, fiber and 3D works in wood, ceramin, galss and paper. The entire gallery is showcased with all new work every other month. Fine Art and Fine Gifts!
Eclective was created from the desire to bring together and showcase the eclectic artists, vintage collectors and handmade craftsmen of Indianapolis. Owned and operated by two local small businesses, Eclective invites independent vendors to come together to create the most unique collection of home decor, handcrafted and repurposed wares and more.
We are female and minority owned. We seek to be a space for community and empowerment for all people and have a small stage/classroom space which we utilize for events, meetings, classes and showings. There is a full calendar on our website!
We hope to stay well connected and supportive within our community and beyond! It’s a great day to be Eclective!
Fletcher Place Arts & Books
Fletcher Place Arts & Books is a community space that features a gallery wall for local artists. It is also the home of Fletcher Place Church, which meets at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings. The facility is available to rent for events, meetings, parties, etc., and the gallery is open every First Friday from 6-9 pm.
Garfield Park Arts Center
The Garfield Park Arts Center, part of Indy Parks & Recreation, engages visitors in diverse, artistic and cultural exhibitions, arts classes, and special events. It features performing arts spaces, visual arts galleries, classrooms, and a literary arts library.
Indiana Interchurch Center
501 (C) 3 The Indiana Interchurch Center was created in 1967 to offer a viable space in which various groups and faith organizations work to foster unity in the world without sacrificing freedom. The 60,000 square foot building is now home to organizations representing several major faith traditions and various educational, environmental, and social service/action groups that use the space for administrative offices and special events.
Irvington Historical Society
The Irvington Historical Society is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit whose main mission is to promote and further the artistic traditions, heritage, legacy, and artists — past and present — of the greater Irvington and Central Indiana community.
The JCC Indianapolis’s mission is to enrich the community by perpetuating Jewish tradition and heritage while celebrating diversity of beliefs through arts, education, health and wellness programs. The facility houses an art gallery with more than 6 exhibitions each year, an auditorium for performing arts and films, and a dance studio for dance classes. They host the Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts, a three-week festival each fall featuring local and national authors, performances and films.
More than 100 years old, JCC Indianapolis is located at Arthur M. Glick JCC, 6701 Hoover Road and is a beneficiary agency of the United Way of Central Indiana and the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, and an affiliate member of the JCC Association of North America.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts
The Lubeznik Center for the Arts is a dynamic, contemporary arts center whose mission is to creatively interweave art exhibitions, the performing arts, educational programming and collaborative community outreach in order to enrich the arts experience within the region.
The Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in northwest Indiana’s premiere multidisciplinary contemporary art space conveniently located on the beautiful lakefront of Michigan City, just an hour’s drive from Chicago. LCA’s mission is to creatively interweave art exhibitions, the performing arts, educational programming and collaborative community outreach in order to enrich the arts experience within the region. The center has five gallery spaces that change quarterly which showcase regional and national artists. Enjoy art and offshore breezes during the LakeFront Art Festival, the 3rd weekend in August, featuring over 100 artists from across the nation in beautiful Washington Park. LCA participates in Michigan City’s popular/dynamic Uptown Arts District First Friday art walk each month from 5-8 PM (central time). Come explore our exhibitions, listen to great music or witness a poetry slam, enjoy the cash bar and nibbles at this free after hours event. To view upcoming exhibitions, available classes, and events visit LCA’s website at http://www.lubeznikcenter.org.
Monument Circle Art Fair
Non profit 501c3 for the purpose of the first art fair on Monument Circle in down town Indianapolis.
Petrov Frame & Fine Art Gallery
Petrov Frame Atelier & Fine Art Gallery offers the highest quality in custom framing, as well as museum-quality handcrafted frames, antique frame restoration, and historically accurate gilding services. Located in the Broad Ripple district of Indianapolis, IN, we aim to fulfill all your framing needs under a single roof. Our retail art gallery showcases a variety of art styles and artists, including local artists.
The Anderson Center for the Arts
The Anderson Center for the Arts is a community center whose primary purpose is to promote an understanding & appreciation of the visual arts through programs, exhibitions & a permanent collection.
The Hatch was designed by creative professionals to be a new, better way to work. A place where you are surrounded by inspiration and energized by the environment. It is ideal for freelancers, work-from-home professionals, on-the-go executives, entrepreneurs, creative professionals and small businesses. The Hatch is located in Broad Ripple, right in the heart of Indianapolis’ creative community. And there are no long-term leases – just monthly memberships. From designers to photographers, to bloggers and entrepreneurs, we celebrate creativity in all its many forms. Welcome to The Hatch.
The Warehouse is a multi-use entertainment and event venue in the heart of the Carmel Arts & Design District. We’re a great place to catch a concert, attend a costume party, host an office reception, or even get married. Our space features a beautiful stage with state of the art audio quality, as well as a gallery, bar service, and catering prep. The Warehouse is perfect for your next small-medium size event!
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