Fishers Arts & Culture Commission
- 6 p.m.
- Second Tuesday every other month
- Pavilion Conference Room (unless otherwise noted)
10 Municipal Drive
Fishers, IN 46038
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Submit comments for public meetings. Questions can be directed to City Hall at 317-595-3111.
- Katie Haigh, Chair
- Ben Yoder, Vice-Chair
- Cecilia Coble
- Jocelyn Vare
- Marissa Deckert - Non-Voting Staff Member
- Ross Hilleary - Non-Voting Staff Member
- Aili McGill - Non-Voting Member
Role of the Commission
The City of Fishers Common Council established The Commission with the purpose to “assist the City in becoming a community in which arts and cultural activities are recognized as vital components of community life, valued and promoted for their economic benefits, and represent and integral part of establishing a vibrant community and lifelong learning”. The Arts & Culture Commission is the nexus between the local government and the residents of the city, bridging the public and private partnership.
Along with meeting during the year, the Commission has also established three subcommittees. The Arts & Culture Master Plan Subcommittee would meet every three years to refine and update the master plan document. The other two subcommittees, Nickel Plate District Cultural Designation Subcommittee and the UDO Community Art Subcommittee, assist the Commission throughout the year.
See the Nickel Plate District Boundary Map.
To reflect both what the community is today what it hopes to be in the future… A Smart, Vibrant, and Entrepreneurial City energized by and experienced through Arts, Architecture, and Culture.
Inclusive, Authentic, Engaging, Collaborative, Innovative, Educational
For more Information regarding the Fishers Arts & Culture Commission, please contact the Fishers Planning and Zoning Department at 317-595-3155.
Artists can submit proposals for upcoming public art projects in Fishers.
The Fishers Arts & Culture Commission (Commission) desires to invest in artists, art organizations, and cultural events that foster a city where arts and culture activities are a vital component of community life. Fishers is a community where arts and culture are valued, promoted for their economic benefit, and are an integral facet in our vibrant community while encouraging lifelong learning. The Commission is the nexus of local government and Fishers’ residents which seeks to unite public and private partnerships. The result is fostering a thriving arts scene that continues to help build Fishers as a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial city.
The Commission announces its first grant program aimed at fostering creative partnerships within the Fishers arts community. Learn more.
Arts & Culture Master Plan
See the Arts & Culture Master Plan.