June's Meet Me on Main
|Date:||June 10, 2021|
|Contact:|| Nancy Heck,
Summer events are in full gear!
Carmel, IN - It’s a busy week in the City of Carmel! Attendees from around the world are in Carmel this week for the International Making Cities Livable Conference! We will have live music each night in the District and on Friday night, the party returns to Main Street for the first Late Night on Main of 2021.
Saturday, June 12, we meet back in the District for Allied Solutions’ Meet Me on Main! This month we have four live musicians, the Kasey Program dogs, free crafts, caricatures and much more. We are excited to welcome musicians Declan Nelligan, Rosie Inman, Owen Newkirk and Joe Filipow who will be showcasing their talents from 5 – 9 p.m.
June’s online merchant interviews include Shelly Henley, with No Label at the Table, Joann Hofer, with Xchocol’Art, and Paul Estridge, with Monterey Cuisine.
Watch live from the Carmel Arts & Design District’s Facebook to learn more about our local neighbors.
Interviews will be streamed on the District’s Facebook.
June’s Meet Me on Main giveaway is in celebration of Brookshire Golf Club’s 50th anniversary.
Our three prize baskets include “all things golf” and have two rounds of golf, a Brookshire hat and a sleeve of golf balls.
Visit the Arts & Design District’s Facebook to learn more.
No purchase necessary to participate.
Free Art, Crafts and Family Fun Include
- Teresa State Farm - To go craft Windchimes (14 W Main St)
- The Art Studio of Carmel - Sidewalk Chalk Art (30 N Range Line Rd)
- Evan Lurie Gallery - Caricatures (30 W Main St, #1939)
- The Carmel Arts Council at the World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery - Meridian Bones & Phil-Ins (40 W Main St)
- Old Town on the Monon Breezeway - CFD COVID-19 Information Booth and Kasey Program (111 W Main St)
Crafts will be available from 5 - 8:30 p.m., while supplies last.
June Special Gallery Exhibits Include
Carmel Art on Main
Carmel Art on Main’s gallery show will be “Degrees of Abstraction” featuring the acrylic and oil paintings of the mother and daughter pair, Deb Slack and Barb Gregory. There are 20 additional artists in the gallery whose work will be on display including paintings, fine art photography, jewelry, pottery, mosaic art, fiber ware and purses and more! (111 W Main St)
Carmel Arts Council – World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery
Carmel Arts Council welcomes musicians, Meridian Bones & Phil-Ins! The Children's Activity Table will have children's instruments and our volunteers will demonstrate music and movement to coordinate with the musical arts groups. (40 W Main St)
This month, the CCA Gallery is featuring painter Susie Blackmore and ceramist Cassie Kobets. There will be an artist reception from 5 - 8 p.m. on June 12 to celebrate the newest CCA Artists. (111 W Main St, Suite 135)
Indiana Artisan Gifts & Gallery
Jim Brune will demonstrate his unique watercolor process at Indiana Artisan Gifts & Gallery. Brune paints wildlife on milled wood, and the result is so realistic, his paintings are often mistaken for photographs. Also taking place at the gallery, everyone in the family gets a turn in the Top Spinner Contest. In 2019, two people tied, making the wood top spin for 1 minute, 28 seconds. (22 N Range Line Rd)
The Art Studio of Carmel
Head over to the Art Studio of Carmel for sidewalk chalk fun! Sidewalk chalk and stencils will be on hand for visitors to create their own images. Usage of hand sanitizer before and after using the chalk is encouraged. The Art Studio of Carmel will also have student artwork on exhibit. To learn more, go to TheArtStudioOfCarmel.com. (30 N Range Line Rd., 2nd floor)
The Kuaba Gallery presents “Renewal” by Claudia Labin whose work will be on display from now until June 30. For a private showing, please email email@example.com or call 317-955-8405. (404 W Main St)
All Things Carmel
All Things Carmel will showcase local woodworking craft artist Chuck Mihalik who handcrafts wooden wine stoppers, ice cream scoops, bottle openers, pizza cutters and lazy Susans. Meet Chuck at the store from 6-8 pm and learn more about his artistry. (110 W Main St, Suite 104)
The Carmel Arts & Design District Parking Map may be downloaded here.
Public parking is available in the Carmel Lions Club lot (141 E. Main St.),
Sophia Square parking garage (entrance off of 1st Ave NW),
Indiana Design Center parking garage (200 S. Range Line Rd.),
About Allied Solutions
Allied Solutions, LLC is one of the largest providers of insurance, lending and marketing products to financial institutions in the U.S. Allied Solutions uses technology-based products and services customized to meet the needs of 4,000 clients along with a portfolio of innovative products and services from a wide variety of providers. Allied Solutions maintains 10 regional offices and service centers and employs 1,300 people nationwide. Allied Solutions is a subsidiary of Securian Financial Group, Inc.
Visit AlliedSolutions.net to learn more.
About The Carmel Arts & Design District
The Carmel Arts & Design District is the Midwest’s premier arts and design destination. Home to more than 200 businesses, including art galleries, restaurants, antique dealers, design showrooms, boutiques, and creative service providers, the Carmel Arts & Design District promises to stimulate the senses. The Indiana Design Center is housed in the Carmel Arts & Design District. In addition, hundreds have taken advantage of the wide variety of housing opportunities and call the Carmel Arts & Design District home.