Paramount School of Excellence
Paramount School of Excellence, located on the Near East Side of Indianapolis, serves 650 grade K-8 students in an innovative environment that instills high expectations for success. Paramount’s mission is to inspire learning through an unparalleled academic approach and to transform communities by changing lives. Ninety of the students’ families have household incomes that are below the poverty level. Integral to Paramount’s approach to education is three experiential learning discovery centers that include an Eco Room, Time and Space Center with planetarium and the Paramount Farm with chickens, dairy goats, apiary and gardens.
Peewinkle's Puppet Studio
Peewinkle’s Puppet Studio’s mission is to bring an age-old art to the youngest of hearts. Hundreds of handmade characters enchant audiences with music, merriment, and messages designed to educate and entertain .
Plumb Art Studio
Plumb Art Studio is a new teaching space located in the Meridian Kessler area at Northwood Christian Church. This location houses multiple art and yoga studios along with three schools, four different denominational fellowships, karate classes, a trolley club and feminist vocal choir! Plumb Art Studio students and patrons benefit from free and ample parking space in an accessible and residential area of Indianapolis.
I offer classes for all ages and skill levels in drawing, painting and mixed-media, along with literature based Summer Art Camps for kids. Art retreats grounded in liturgical seasons, spiritual reading or other practices are also available for small and large groups. Onsite kitchen and dining space is available for all day sessions.
Check out Spring and Summer for 2020 classes at www.deborahkolp.com
I offer classes for all ages and skill levels
Re-Generation Indy is a group of local artists that lead affordable art workshops and host Youth Art Shows.
Although their primary focus is youth, they strive to spread creativity to all generations, so they do not neglect kids at heart. Their team is made up of over 30 established local artists who show work around the city on a regular basis. This helps them to be able to give good perspective to young artists when they display their work at Re-Generation shows. They aim to keep their art workshops at a low cost and their shows free so that families can participate consistently and become part of the art community.
Re-Generation Indy workshops and shows are a unique, fun and positive way to teach about entrepreneurship, confidence and expressing yourself.
They are currently partnering with Art With A Heart and the Athenaeum for a space to work out of, but they do travel to host workshops as well.
South Bend Museum of Art
The South Bend Museum of Art features a full spectrum of historical and contemporary art featured in five galleries. A wide range of artistic traditions are taught in our world-class art studios. Located inside the Century Center in downtown South Bend, Indiana, the SBMA is an architectural delight. Designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the museum occupies three levels in the northern wing of the building.
The South Bend Museum of Art affirms the enduring power of the visual arts to reflect and create community, engage minds, and nurture growth through exhibitions, collections and educational programs.
Since its founding in 1947, the SBMA has provided insight into the art, history and culture of the region and nation.
Since 1987, SBMA has been recognized as achieving the highest level of professional standards in the field, awarded accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums. Accreditation status must be renewed every 10 years and, in March of 2011, SBMA was awarded ongoing accreditation. Accreditation inspires museums to achieve a higher standard. It strengthens the field as a whole, as well as the museums that receive accreditation. The rigorous process leads to sustained organizational improvement and a clearer sense of purpose. Of the estimated 17,500 museums in the U.S., only 750 are accredited.
St. Paul's Music
Through the language of music, St. Paul’s Music is a bridge between the secular and the sacred that creates community, connects people with the divine, and develops young musicians. Now in its thirty-seventh year, St. Paul’s Music continues as a ministry of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Through generous supporters, St. Paul’s Music is able to offer a variety of events to the community, and continues to feature choral masterworks performed by St. Paul’s Choir with orchestra, as well as professional artists from the Indianapolis area and around the world. This organization also supports projects such as recordings and choir pilgrimages.
We are a husband and wife team; landscape and lifestyle photographer and an abstract painter. We are located in Downtown Indianapolis.
We met through our art. We provide art and art consulting services – specializing in hospitality and corporate art. We offer a range of sizes as original canvas artwork, epoxy and mixed media. Photography is available on metal, canvas and framed print.
Our motto- There is Light Everywhere – and we strive to spread light through our art.
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis is a non-profit, professional theatre company located at 717 Broad Ripple Avenue. Focused on producing new plays by female and minority playwrights, Storefront stages productions in the style of Chicago storefront theaters: with small and intimate settings; raw, and underscored by emotional truth.
As theatre practitioners, we seek to expand the creative conversation with young, curious, and inventive minds by offering a variety of theatre-based learning and exploration centered on developing new works created by young community members on topics of import to them.
Storytelling Arts of Indiana
Storytelling Arts of Indiana promotes the art of storytelling by creating opportunities in Indiana for diverse audiences of all ages to listen and share stories and by showcasing tellers who entertain and inspire.
Summer Stock Stage
About Summer Stock Stage – Summer Stock Stage exists to provide theater experiences for teenage students in central Indiana. Co-founded by Emily Ristine Holloway, artistic director and Jeanne Bowling, music director, the artistic team now includes Kyle Ragsdale, curator of the Harrison Center for the Arts; Mariel Greenlee and Brandon Comer of Dance Kaleidoscope; Cherri Jaffee, former Artistic Director of Dance Kaleidoscope; Michael Moffatt, Theater Department chair, Cathedral High School and professional actor/director Charles Goad. While pursuing their own careers as artists, these adults mentor and collaborate with the student artists in two major musical productions each summer. Park Tudor School generously donates the use of their beautiful facilities in their common vision for enriching the lives of students and the community through the arts. There are 10 performances for 4,000 theatergoers.
Eclipse is a new program of Summer Stock Stage, featuring Summer Stock Stage alumni in professional productions of contemporary musical theater. Performances reach 1,000 theatergoers and are produced in more intimate spaces.
Symphonic Youth Orchestra of Greater Indianapolis,...
The Symphonic Youth Orchestra of Greater Indianapolis is a summer youth orchestra program committed to providing unique music and arts education opportunities to advancing young musicians in the Greater Indianapolis area. These students work with professional musicians to prepare and perform musical repertoire of different genres.
Ten West Center for the ARTS
We provide a place in Central Indiana where kids can express themselves. We help students find their passion and explore it further. We encourage creativity which builds a well rounded person.
We’re passionate about helping the community and the people within it .
The Art Lab
The Art Lab is a locally owned and managed art studio and classroom that provides adults and children with creative avenues of self-expression and opportunities to enhance their own lives and community. Their core teaching group of professional teaching artists are cooperative members in The Art Lab invested in individualized instruction and learning through the arts.
The Indiana Ballet Conservatory
The Indiana Ballet Conservatory, founded in 2010 by Artistic Director Alyona Yakovleva-Randall, is a pre-professional ballet school committed to providing the best classical ballet training to its students and launching the next generation of dancers onto the world stage. IBC students continually place in top positions in national and international competitions and pursue professional careers in dance around the world.
At IBC, we offer one of the strongest pre-professional training programs in the Midwest, along with one of the most well-regarded summer programs in the country…
Provide full scholarships to talented male students in a unique gentlemen’s program, with mentorship and training by male instructors…
The Village Child Performing Arts Center
The Village Child Performing Arts Center offers instruction in piano, violin, instrumental music, voice; TVC Learning & Life Enrichment Center offers classes in Spanish, English as a Second Language,and tutoring in reading, math;
Young Actors Theatre
Young Actors Theatre creates theatrical opportunities that instill confidence, creativity, and discipline in youth. Our vision is to empower life.
Young Voices of Indianapolis
Founded in 2005 by Marian Bender, Young Voices of Indianapolis is a non-profit choral organization whoâ€™s mission is to provide children a superior choral music education with religious and spiritual values. The organization values teamwork and stresses a sense of mission. The choirs use their talents to support the Indianapolis area through musical performances and community service projects.
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