...Now it provides services for area artists, arts education for our children and opportunities for instruction and arts appreciation by all!
The Southern Indiana Center for the Arts provides a stimulating and welcoming environment for all students, artists, and patrons of all ages to study, practice, and appreciate the arts. Together with community leaders, corporations, members, and individuals we are working toward the goal of providing the best resources for promoting artistic achievement and cultural enrichment.
We love visitors at SICA, so please stop by!
2001 N Ewing St
Seymour, IN 47274
Gift Certificates are available for any amount and may be used to purchase items from the "gift shop" or to take a class and create something special of your own!
Southern Indiana Center for the Arts is pARTnering with Chateau de Pique Winery, 6361 N County Road 760 E, Seymour, for their April Paint the Town to be held on Sunday, April 13th from 1:00-4:00 pm. “We know that social painting events are becoming very popular and we want those in our community to know that you don’t have to travel far or spend lots of money to participate. SICA strives to provide participants with a wonderful art experience and promote the flavor of local businesses,” said instructor, Darnell Dukes. “We enjoy helping the first time student with their painting and hope they will want to return for another art experience with friends. Stephanie and I try very hard to incorporate a new technique almost every month into our paintings.”
“Sky scenes featuring sunrises or sunsets and water scenes are always appealing to people. This painting is done in soften hues of blue, pink and yellow. We like this painting because it appeals to men and women,” added instructor, Stephanie Mysak.
Class price for the 16” x 20” painting is $30.00 and includes all supplies and instruction. SICA members will receive a 20% discount. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available to purchase from Chateau de Pique. Class size is limited; preregistration and prepayment are recommended to reserve your spot. Sign up deadline is noon, April 11th.
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SICA News, Exhibits and Classes
The art series will be held every Tuesday in April from 6-9 p.m. at Southern Indiana Center for the Arts and will include the following topics: pottery, painting terra cotta pots, sewing felt animals, watercolor paper collage, and basket weaving.
Series class price of $75.00 includes all supplies and instruction to complete all five projects in the series. SICA members will receive a 20 % off the sampler price. Members price is $60.00. Class size is limited, so preregistration and prepayment are required. Class is limited to ages twelve and older.
Reserve your spot by calling Southern Indiana Center for the Arts at 812-522-2278 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Time Pottery Plate- Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Shabby Chic Paisley Flower Pot-Tuesday, April 8 2014
Sampler taught by Darnell Dukes
What better wait to welcome spring than with a new flower pot for your favorite flower or herb? This beautiful terra cotta pot is painted with acrylic paint and stippled with a paisley design in light blue, coral and green and roughed up to appear to be aged. After you complete one, you’ll want to make several more.
Tiny Felt Chick Sewing-Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Sampler taught by Jaime Greathouse
Learn to sew a tiny round chick made from 100% wool felt and cotton thread. Your finished chick will measure about the size of a golf ball, and will be appropriate for display or child's play. A simple stitch will be taught as well as proper stuffing and weighting techniques for small scale stuffed animals. Experience the joy of taking home a completed baby chick at the end of class!
Southern Indiana Center for the Arts
Southern Indiana Center for the Arts, 2001 N Ewing St, Seymour, is pleased to announce another summer of Friday Night Live, its popular outdoor concert series. “JCB has been our long-time partner and sponsor of this event. The music this year is expected to draw large crowds. “We try to find a variety that will please concert-goers of all ages” said Julie Huff, SICA Art Education Coordinator.
FNL live kicks off its first free concert on Friday, May 30th and continues every Friday night through the end of June from 7:00- 9:00 P.M. Everyone is encouraged to bring lawn chairs, favorite beverages and a picnic basket. Come support local music and the arts. All concerts will be located at the Don Hill Craft Barn Stage on the grounds of Southern Indiana Center for the Arts.
May 30th Blind Ambition
June 6th Joe and Aaron Persinger
June 13th Sounds of Dreams
June 20th This Old Guitar
June 27th Bad Medicine – formerly - Public Option
SICA will again be offering advertisement space for those who would like to promote their place of business. Contact Huff or Jill Tasker, Executive Director for more information about this opportunity. For additional information about Southern Indiana Center for the Arts and their programs visit us on Face book or call 812-522-2278.
Betty Johnson enjoys teaching pottery in the Barn at SICA. She is available to teach you or let you experiment during her open pottery hours. The Barn is open every Thursday evening from 6-9.
In pottery there are no mistakes, just another lump of clay to try it again!