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Art of Wine Carmel Indiana

   

Enjoy a summer evening experiencing vintages al fresco at the sixth annual IU Health North Hospital Art of Wine, a can't-miss event in the Carmel Arts & Design District.

Saturday, July 19 from 5- 10 p.m.
Adults 21 years of age and older are invited to unlimited wine tastings from participating wineries for only $15.

All ages are welcome to attend IU Health North Hospital Art of Wine, enjoy the entertainment, take in unique art and visit the District’s shops and restaurants.

There is NO admission cost to any of our festivals or events.

! > Photo identification will be required for all guests who wish to participate in the tasting.

Many of the Carmel Arts & Design District boutiques and merchants will host special sales or promotions during the festival, while the diverse collection of galleries will host exhibits that spotlight wine-inspired works created by local, national and international artists. Again, the District’s galleries, shops, restaurants and entertainment will be available to all ages at Art of Wine.

Please note: The $15 fee for the tasting is cash only. If you wish to purchase bottles of wine at the wineries’ booths, credit cards will be accepted at most locations. ATMs will be available at the following locations:

PNC Bank, 21 N. Range Line Road
Monon & Main Street


Entertainment

St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Kopecky
Photo by: Dave McClister

Reminder: Admission to this event is free to the public.

Grit, elemental rhythm, tight-as-a-drumhead playing, and a profound depth of feeling: these are the promises of a great soul band. St. Paul & The Broken Bones deliver on those promises.

The Carmel Arts & Design District is proud to bring St. Paul & The Broken Bones soulful energy to IU Health North Hospital Art of Wine!  With their recent full-length album debut release of Half The City, the Birmingham, Alabama-based sextet has found national recognition. They have been featured on NPR’s “Morning Edition” and are being played in the Indiana market by WTTS 92.3FM.

Front man Paul Janeway’s handle “St. Paul” is a wry allusion to the vocalist’s grounding in the church. “St. Paul” looks back at his musical upbringing by explaining, “The only secular music that I heard at all was a ‘70s group called the Stylistics, and Sam Cooke. That was about it. The rest of it was all gospel music. When I was about 10 years old, I was groomed to be a minister. My goal in life until I was about 18 years old was to be a preacher.”

A brief stint in a Led Zeppelin cover band brought him together with bassist Jesse Phillips.  The other members of the Broken Bones are all drawn from Alabama’s deep talent pool: Browan Lollar (guitar), Andrew Lee (drums, percussion), Allen Branstetter (trumpet) and Ben Griner (trombone, tuba).   

All six members share writing credit on 10 of the songs on Half The City, with Janeway contributing lyrics. “We firmly believe in a shared, communal writing process,” the singer says. “These guys are extremely talented. The drummer wrote horn parts. Browan threw something in. It’s very collective. We just get in a room. Sometimes we’ll have the scales for a song, or sometimes we’ll have this little riff. That’s how we do it.”

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Art of Wine

Volunteers

*If you are 16 years of age or under, we ask that you volunteer in tandem with a parent or adult.  We strive to keep our volunteers safe and on task, and this is the best way to achieve our goal. To volunteer, please email info@carmelartsanddesign.com. Scroll through the content below for more information.

  • Wine Tasting at Art of Wine in Carmel IndianaInformation & Hospitality
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • Have a positive and excited attitude
      • Be ready to use the phrase, “I do not know the answer to that question, but I can find out for you!”
      • Have a basic knowledge of the amenities and businesses in the Carmel Arts & Design District (You do not know now? No worries! Just ask! We will give you a crash course on everything the Arts & Design District has to offer)
      • Answer questions and direct visitors to port-o-lets, specific vendors, restaurants, Carmel Arts & Design District stores and food areas
      • Serve at a courtesy station immediately outside the footprint area to direct guests from designated parking areas to the event area
      • Transport (in a vehicle provide by event staff) guests from designated parking to the event area
    • 2 shifts available; 2 positions available in each shift
      • 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      • 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
  • ID Check
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • Must be 21 years of age or older
      • Have a positive and excited attitude
      • Be ready to use the phrase, “I do not know the answer to that question, but I can find out for you!”
      • Verify purchasers of wine tasting glasses are 21 years of age or older
      • Work closely with your fellow volunteers in charge of taking cash and banding individuals
      • If you wish to work closely with someone at this position, please know that the ID checker, arm bander, cash taker and glass distributor all work in the same area. So you if you sign-up for ID checker, for instance, your friend should sign-up for arm bander (or cash taker or glass distributor).
    • 2 shifts available; 3 positions available in each shift
      • 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      • 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (your end time will most likely be earlier than 10pm as the event ends at 10pm)
  • Arm Bander
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • Must be 21 years of age or older
      • Have a positive and excited attitude
      • Be ready to use the phrase, “I do not know the answer to that question, but I can find out for you!”
      • Place arm bands on individuals as verified by your fellow volunteer the ID checker
      • Track band numbers being “sold” (for accounting purposes)
      • Work closely with your fellow volunteers in charge of taking cash and IDing individuals
      • If you wish to work closely with someone at this position, please know that the ID checker, arm bander, cash taker and glass distributor all work in the same area. So you if you sign-up for arm bander, for instance, your friend should sign-up for ID checker (or cash taker or glass distributor).
    • 2 shifts available; 3 positions available in each shift
      • 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      • 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (your end time will most likely be earlier than 10pm as the event ends at 10pm)
  • Glass Distributor
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • Have a positive and excited attitude
      • Be ready to use the phrase, “I do not know the answer to that question, but I can find out for you!”
      • Wipe out glasses and set them out for ease of distribution to tasting purchasers
      • Track broken glasses for accounting purposes
      • Work closely with your fellow volunteers in charge of arm banding, taking cash and IDing individuals
      • If you wish to work closely with someone at this position, please know that the ID checker, arm bander, cash taker and glass distributor all work in the same area. So you if you sign-up for glass distributor, for instance, your friend should sign-up for ID checker (or cash taker or arm bander).
    • 2 shifts available; 4 positions available in each shift
      • 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      • 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (your end time will most likely be earlier than 10pm as the event ends at 10pm)
  • Cash Takers
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • Must be 21 years of age or older
      • Must be approved by the Carmel Redevelopment Commission for handling of cash
      • Have a positive and excited attitude
      • Be ready to use the phrase, “I do not know the answer to that question, but I can find out for you!”
      • Be comfortable making change for $15 and its multiples
      • Work closely with your fellow volunteers in charge of IDing and arm banding individuals
      • If you wish to work closely with someone at this position, please know that the ID checker, arm bander, cash taker and glass distributor all work in the same area. So you if you sign-up for cash taker, for instance, your friend should sign-up for ID checker (or arm bander or glass distributor).
    • 2 shifts available; 3 positions available in each shift
      • 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      • 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (your end time will most likely be earlier than 10pm as the event ends at 10pm)
  • Runners
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • Have a positive and excited attitude
      • Be ready to use the phrase, “I do not know the answer to that question, but I can find out for you!”
      • Trash collection and consolidation during the event to ensure our event is pristine and inviting
      • Run materials to designated areas as requested
      • Move tables, chairs
      • Assist event staff to safely secure cords and/or materials that cross pedestrian paths
      • Distribute water/food to volunteers working in designated areas at the event
      • Relieve volunteers in designated areas for bathroom breaks
      • Step-in in the event a volunteer does not show up
      • Assist event staff with last minute requests
      • Direct event guests to safety in the event of inclement weather
      • “Hurry up and wait.” We know volunteers like to stay busy. Please know that the value of a runner to event staff is to be willing to be at our event headquarters and complete a designated task at any given moment. This means you may have down time. Please know that your down time is of great value to us! Events have many unexpected needs and we appreciate your willingness to be on hand and answer the call when it comes in!
    • 2 shifts available; 2 positions available in each shift
      • 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
      • 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
  • Cleanup
    • What to expect and what you may be asked to do:
      • While we do not encourage it, this is our only position that does not require a positive and excited attitude!
      • Assist event staff with trash collection and transport of trash to designated dumpsters (We provide Gators for ease of transport, but if you happen to have a pick-up truck you are willing to use for your shift? We welcome that opportunity!)
      • Lift and load heavy materials used for electrical supply
      • Breakdown tables and chairs
      • Take down banners and signage
      • Take down 10x10 pop-up tents
      • Assist wine vendors with breakdown of their areas
      • Breakdown required water station area
      • Assist event staff with the consolidation and clean-up of event headquarters (moving coolers, food, administrative materials etc.)
      • Walk the Arts & Design District and the PNC parking lot to collect bits of trash and restore the District to its quality appearance
    • 1 shift available; 5 positions available within the shift
      • 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

 

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    Road Closure
    A portion of Main Street and Range Line Road will be closed in the Arts & Design District from 10:00 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. for IU Health North Hospital Art of Wine.  Detour signs will be in place to direct traffic around the festival closure.  Closures will be in place at the following locations:

    • 1st Ave N.E./S.E. and E. Main Street (by Woodys Library Restaurant)
    • 1st Street S.E./S.W. and S. Range Line Road (by Integrity Automotive)
    • 1st Street N.E./N.W. and N. Range Line Road (by Simply Sweet Shoppe)
    • 4th Ave. SW & W. Main Street (by the roundabout)


    Parking
    A shuttle will be provided for patrons to the Arts & Design District from Carmel High School beginning at 5:00 p.m.

    Public parking is also available in the Indiana Design Center underground parking garage located at 200 S. Range Line Road, Sophia Square’s underground parking garage at the southwest corner of 1st St. NW and 1st AV NW and at the Carmel Lions Club lot located at 141 East Main St.

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    Art

    We owe deep gratitude to our family of artists who turned large-scale wine bottles  into exquisite artwork. We raise our glass to this year’s art and present the 2014 creations below.

    Laura Liotti
    Art Splash Gallery
    Laura Liotti
    Art Splash Gallery

    Lynne Medsker
    ArtSplash Gallery
    Lynne Medsker
    ArtSplash Gallery
    Anna Ashfar
    ArtSplash Gallery

    Jerry Points
    Eye On Art Gallery
    Jacque Hammonds
    HGT Art
    Wendy Franklin
    Wendy Franklin Art

    Cathy Bauder
    website
    Erika Wood
    ArtSplash Gallery

     




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    For more information about other Carmel Arts & Design District events, visit www.carmelartsanddesign.com
    or call 317.571.ARTS (2787).

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