High Frequency Arts owner Jill Lehman isn’t an artist herself, but the entrepreneur is an art enthusiast.
The Fishers resident recently opened an art gallery and event space in the Nickel Plate District of Fishers.
“We’re a contemporary art gallery and event space that is really focused on bringing art into a broader audience and making art more accessible and highlighting the value of what art can do for you in your home and your workplace,” Lehman said. “When we invest in art, it helps build the vibrant group of artists in our community.”
High Frequency Arts, 11634 Maple St., Suite 200, has an open-house celebration set for 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Jan. 11 at the 3,600-square-foot venue. An artist reception is set from 5 to 9 p.m.
“Art and culture is part of the fabric of our community and several years ago we set out to create a Fishers that embodied a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial city,” Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness stated in a press release. “We look forward to opening the city’s first art gallery, High Frequency Arts, that not only brings high quality, diverse art offerings but integrates entrepreneurship and fosters future generations of artists here in our downtown area.”
HFA partners include local and nationally based artists, entrepreneurs, community art councils, chefs, sommeliers, authors, professional speakers and coaches, training organizations, event planners, and interior designers.
“It can have small private events and commercial events,” Lehman said. “We can have pop-up events and date-night events for individuals to participate in. Central Indiana is really lacking a commercial gallery for artists to show their works. Without having a lot of galleries, it’s hard for them to get their work out and to get exposure for people to purchase their artwork.”
The space is available for private meeting space as well.
“Our corporate clients can hold a meeting and have a small reception afterwards,” Lehman said.
Lehman said HFA can assist with everything from gallery-floor sales to sourcing and procuring artwork and art project management for those who prefer to temporarily lease or rotate an art subscription program.
For more, visit highfrequencyarts.com.