High Frequency Arts Unveils New Fishers Space Including Work from More than 50 Artists

Joey Amato | September 10, 2020

High Frequency Arts will host an open house and artist’s reception on Thursday, Sept. 10 from 4 – 7 p.m. to unveil its new space featuring a design studio, storefront and art gallery. The space will include work, on display and for sale, from more than 50 local, regional and national makers and artisans. Attendees will be able to explore, shop and meet some of the current artists on display featuring artwork mediums including paint, prints, fiber, jewelry, wood, glass, unique gifts and more.

“We are excited to collaborate with Hub & Spoke, artists, makers and other organizations in this versatile multi-purpose space where we can expand our services, launch a new art-filled storefront, host art exhibitions and bring people, community and art together,” said Jill Lehman, founder of HFA. “We believe art plays a critical role in our personal experiences, within organizations and communities not only by adding aesthetics and beauty but also by being a spark for creativity, good nutrition for our health and well-being, has a positive role in social impact, economic development and at the same time brings balance within a culturally diverse and technologically advancing world.”

As HFA embarks on this new partnership wanting to foster community, art and culture efforts, they will donate six percent of artwork sales in September 2020 to the Nickel Plate Arts and the Fishers Arts Council. 

“We envisioned a variety of partnerships when planning Hub & Spoke – especially one focused on the arts,” said David Decker, founder of Hub & Spoke. “High Frequency Arts is the perfect partner to bring artwork into the building to enhance our lives, community and education. Adding art to our building bridges the gap between our community and local/national artists who will have work featured and sold here.”

High Frequency Arts will be open Tuesday by appointment, Wednesday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. For more information about High Frequency Arts, visit HighFrequencyArts.com or visit Facebook,  Twitter and Instagram.

Register for the September art reception and open house on Eventbrite