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Mission Statement

The mission of Community • Education • Arts, Inc. (CEArts, Inc.) is to promote a greater awareness of and encouragement for Creative Arts in Hamilton County and beyond; to provide Arts events and education, which meet the interests of the community in general, and to encourage the Arts by all in the community by providing projects, events, and educational workshops. CEArts, Inc. is organized exclusively for educational, literary, artistic, and charitable purposes that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code.


Welcome to Community * Education * Arts, Inc. (CEArts), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Arts organization, formerly known as Logan Street Sanctuary (LSS). We host our projects and events in a variety of community spaces, and we’re excited to grow our online digital opportunities with a podcast, short videos, online exhibits and contests, webinars, and more! CEArts produces a podcast, short video series, and two annual projects, Noblesville Interdisciplinary Creativity Expo (NICE) and The Polk Street Review (TPSR) publication. Our projects support community participation and involvement by seeking submissions from creatives (art, music/song lyrics, poetry, prose, photographs, etc) with all levels of experience (amateur to professional). CEArts hosts a variety of workshops throughout the year.


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by Sarah M. (Administrator for this Organization) (August 7, 2017)
I have volunteered with Logan Street Sanctuary for 3 years now. They are a brand-new non-profit and it's an exiting time to get involved. This place is very artist and musician friendly so you feel like you are really supporting the creative artist you see onstage. Alys, who oversees the daily operations, is passionate about their mission and friendly.