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Arts Crawl
The Arts Crawl would not be possible without support from the Nickel Plate District Business Council and Fishers Arts Council. To learn more about the Nickel Plate District Business Council and how they support community events similar to this, please contact Dan Domsic. Please visit the Fishers Arts Council website to learn more about how they help active arts to enhance our community.

Arts Crawl 2017

Residents will enjoy the self-guided Arts Crawl through approximately 25 local businesses to view local artwork and meet local and regional artists on Friday, July 14 from 6 – 9 p.m. Each business will feature an artist, and artwork is available for purchase during the event. From music to painting, this year’s event will have something for everyone! After the Arts Crawl, make your way to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater where locally-renowned artist, Jennie DeVoe, will take the stage at 9 p.m. for our AMP After Dark show. Both the Arts Crawl and the AMP After Dark show are free to attend.

Check out the 2017 Arts Crawl Map to see participating businesses and artists!


Arts Crawl




2017 Arts Crawl Participating Businesses:

  • Sharp Printing featuring artwork by Sherry Haltom
  • Source Yoga is featuring calligraphy by Erika Woods in addition to live performances by Kenyetta' Dance Company at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Suite Escape Beauty who will be located on the Central Green
  • The Depot at Nickel Plate featuring artwork by Sam Bowen and VOCE
  • The Pint Cycle featuring live guitar performances by Brett Wiscons and free rides throughout the Nickel Plate District during the event! The Pint Cycle will start in front of City Hall at 5:30 p.m. the bike will leave City Hall towards North Street (east), south on Maple Street and east on Station Street to drop off immediately behind Four Day Ray Brewing. From that location, the bike will head to Meyer Najem and back to Four Day Ray Brewing, with a return to City Hall. There is room for approx. 8-10 riders, and seats are available on a first come, first served basis. Alcohol will not be available on the bike during the Arts Crawl, but water will be provided for guests. Rides conclude at 9 p.m.
  • The Switch featuring artwork by William Denton Ray and performances by Jeff Day Music
  • The Well Coffeehouse featuring artwork by Tomas Howie and performances by Storytelling Arts of Indiana

Special thanks to the Fishers Arts Council, Nickel Plate District Business Council and all participating artists and businesses!