Festival Info

Festival Information

Kids dance for art
Saturday, September 27, 2014 → 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday, September 28, 2014 → 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location: Main Street in Old Town Carmel, Indiana

Stop by our Information Booth during the festival to locate your favorite artist, and food vendor spots.

 

Learn about local restaurants → Carmel Restaurants

Download the Food Vendors form → Food Vendor FORM

 

Motor Vehicle Parking:

parking and handicap iconsWe will have a shuttle system to and from Carmel High School during festival hours.

Handicap parking is available at the PNC Bank Parking lot. Additional parking is available at the Indiana Design Center on Rangeline Road that includes underground parking.

Bicycle Parking:bicycle parking icon

Bicycle Parking is available in our “Pedal to the Arts” located at the southwest corner of Main and the Monon Trail.

 

Food Vendors:

Aunt Jean’s Fun Foods – Judi Carpenter
Da Blue Lagoon Caribbean Cuisine
Easley Winery
Fauvergue Italian Ice and Lemonade
Mediterranean Cuisine
Oriental Grill
Sun King Brewing Company
Taste of Egypt
Urick Concessions (elephant ears and tenderloins)
Woody’s BBQ

 

ENTERTAINMENT 2013 – Rangeline Stage

Saturday September 28, 2013

10:30 AM – Act One
11:00 AM – Janese Truver
12:00 PM – Toni Deckers (National Anthem)
12:15 PM – ICCCI Chinese Dragon & Dancers
1:15 PM – Grupo Bembe
2:30 PM – Jamila Ali
3:45 PM – Toni Deckers Band
5:00 – 7:00 PM – Barometer Soup

Sunday September 29, 2013

11:00 AM – Janese Truver
12:00 PM – Indiana Ballet Conservatory
1:15 PM – Minyo Dancers
2:30 PM – Tim Wright
3:45 PM – Slip Stream

ENTERTAINMENT 2013 – Third & Main Street Stage

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10:00 AM – King Court Singers
10:45 AM – Adam Riviere
12:00 PM – The Tides
1:15 PM – Steve Rushingwind & Friends
2:30 PM – Ennis Clare
3:45 PM – Maple Trio

Sunday September 29, 2013

11:00 AM – Shane Rodimel
12:00 PM – Steve Rushingwind
1:15 PM – Slammer Jazz
2:30 PM – Jimmy The Doorman
3:45 PM – Tribal Jazz Fusion Band

2013 Judge

Daphane Park

Ms. Park is known as a painter, a sculptural installation artist, and a creator of collaborative  performance art.  Common themes in Ms. Park’s artwork include the expression of unifying opposites such as science/spirituality, human/non-human, micro/macro, idealism/realism and male/female.

Her artwork has been exhibited internationally for over ten years and she has received numerous grants and awards.  She was awarded a Fulbright Research grant to study in Ecuador.  She had a solo exhibition that traveled to various museums in South America.

Ms. Park has held teaching appointments at Universidad Central (Quito, Ecuador), University of Texas at Austin and Castiglione Florentino, Italy.  She has also traveled extensively in Mexico and Central America.

Ms. Park’s recent work has been shown at special projects concurrent with the New Orleans Biennial as well as the Moscow Biennial, New Museum’s Festival of Ideas, and Museum of Old and New Art, Australia.

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2014 Festival Officers & Board Members

Officers

Rosemary Waters, President
Joan Cimino, Vice President
Sandy Barretto, Vice President
Jeff Worrell, Vice President
Gary Frey, Vice President of Operations

Entertainment Chair

Steve Greenberg

 

Board

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Dan Boylan
Jim Burrell
Bryan Ferry
Doreen Squire Ficara
Dawn Fraley
Lee Goodman
Steve Greenberg
Douglas Haney
Jack Koning
Keitha Libman
Tom Missler
Jon Olson
Cherie Piebes
Lynda Pitz
Melisa Keiser
Janelle Morrison

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