Students create Black History Month displays for Art in City Hall

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Students create Black History Month displays for Art in City Hall

Monday, February 5 - Wednesday, February 28


The Fishers Arts Council, in partnership with Nickel Plate Arts and The City of Fishers, will host a historical, traveling exhibit created by more than 100 Fall Creek Junior High students.

“The exhibit focuses on the history of Black Americans including individuals, events, achievements and great moments,” said Adam Zoeller, Fall Creek Junior High School social studies teacher.

Every social studies student at the school is participating, and the most creative and historically accurate designs will be selected to be displayed during Art in City Hall.

There will be a special reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Feb. 5 to unveil the new exhibit.

Art in City Hall will be open to the public on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is always free and children are welcome with adult supervision.

Fishers City Hall, located at One Municipal Drive, is home to a rotating art gallery that is open to the public. Art in City Hall regularly features an exhibit of visual art by a local artist or a group of artists. The exhibit inside the gallery changes seasonally to feature work of a new artist or group of artists.

Art in City Hall was created to bring artists and their artwork directly to Fishers residents at the City’s municipal center, in the Nickel Plate District.

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