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Sugar Creek Art Center
Located in Thorntown, Indiana, The Sugar Creek Art Center is a community-focused space for creatives. Our gallery is open to the public during February on Thursdays 4-8pm, Fridays 4-8pm and Saturdays from 11a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment. We will be open March-December Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 11am-5pm.
Looking for Ways to Participate? SeekingVolunteers in 2022
We would love to include you in our growing Art Community through volunteer hours staffing our gift shop, greeting guests, or even giving tours of our building! As a Non-Profit, we are staffed entirely by volunteers. Do you have a few hours during which you would be willing to greet newcomers as they explore the Art Center? Contact us today to share your desired availability or for more information.
February Hours: Thur/Fri 4-8pm, Saturday 11-5pm
Sunday – Wednesday: Closed
Thursday – Saturday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Second Sunday Receptions: Second Sundays of every month 11am-5pm
Other times are available by appointment.
127 South Pearl Street,
Thorntown, Indiana 46071
Our gift shop and first floor gallery are open with work from our artists. Stop in and take a look around!
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INfiber Fiber Arts Exhibition
September 2, 5 – 8 p.m.
We are thrilled to display works by INfiber Artists once again, and would love to see you for our First Thursday gallery opening on September 2nd 5-8pm for the opening night of this Exhibition!
The Featured Artist Gallery on 1 will display Fiber Works by Susan Fletcher Conaway and Wood Work by Lloyd Fletcher. This Father and Daughter duo Exhibition is an incredible pairing of Fiber and Wood through 2D and 3D formats!
Thorntown's Festival of The Turning Leaves
September 24 – 26
Come check out the vendors at the Sugar Creek Art Center during the festival weekend! If you're interested in renting booth space, please fill out a rental form.
Artwork in a variety of media by central Indiana artists using shades and tints of red, from rose to burgundy. The opening night exhibition was complimented with a red-wine tasting sponsored by Cork and Barrel.
The Lebanon Reporter, May 13, 2021
The Lebanon Reporter, February 21, 2020
The Lebanon Reporter, October 4, 2018
Indiana Landmarks, March 7, 2017