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Sapana Srinivasan, from left, Emily Reimer and Mindy Murdock talk about the different insects on a sheet. (Submitted photo) 0

Moth event teaches ‘citizen science’

By Maddie Yerant The headlining insects didn’t cooperate for the Moth Night Out at the Zion Nature Center, but that didn’t stop participants from learning more about the winged creatures and other local invertebrates....

Joyce K. Jensen, with her painting “Grapes in Silver,” watercolor, 18 x 38”. (Submitted photo by Marlena Jensen.) 0

Zionsville artist receives international recognition

By Michelle Williams Local artist Joyce K. Jensen has recently received international recognition for her unique style painting in watercolor. International Artist magazine invited Jensen to author an eight page feature article including a...

Some of the puppies trained by imprisoned adults. (Submitted photo) 0

Gallery’s painting sales aid ICAN

By Mark Ambrogi There was some unique art at Zionsville’s Avalon Jewelers/Gallery last month. The paintings, hanging on the walls of the shop at 275 S. Main St., are created by Indiana Canine Assistant...

Inside the new CCA gallery. (Photo by Adam Aasen) 0

Gallery opens on Main in Carmel

By Adam Aasen The Center for Creative Artists, known as Indiana’s original artist-owned gallery has relocated from Zionsville to the Carmel Arts & Design District. Started back in 1978, it’s a collective of 30...

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Water issues dampen progress at Creekside

By Sam Elliott The Zionsville Redevelopment Commission held a special meeting July 30 to address water-related issues encountered at the site of the Creekside Corporate Park project. Commissioners voted to spend up to $3,500...