“Smallest Children's Art Gallery in America”
In January, 1998, the Carmel Arts Council’s Children’s ArtGallery was formally opened by Mayor James Brainard. The gallery was the first art gallery in the Carmel Arts and Design District. The building was originally a wing from the 1875 Zina Warren home, and moved to 30 West Main Street in 1975 for the nation’s Bicentennial. The gallery was moved to its current location at 40 West Main Streetin 2005. The gallery exhibits artwork of local kindergarten through 6th grade children from private and public schools. A reception is held for each new exhibit opening.
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