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Mission Statement

Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc.'s mission is to promote a greater awareness of and encouragement for Creative Arts in Hamilton County and beyond; to provide music, literature, and arts education, events, and exhibitions, which meet the interests of the community in general, and to encourage music, literature, and art by all in the community by providing exhibits, events, and venue space for exhibits, events, and educational classes and workshops. Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. hopes to establish high aesthetic standards and to cooperate with, and promote membership in, other similar organizations.


You can join the "Logan Street Irregulars" ~ our volunteers! We're always looking for volunteers for our events! LSS offers regularly scheduled singer-songwriter concerts, art, drama, and literature events, like the annual NICE (Noblesville Interdisciplinary Creativity Expo) and Page & Stage Theatre Co.'s Summer Workshop. We publish the annual The Polk Street Review anthology, and host The Vagina Monologues fundraiser for Prevail, Inc. Our main space seats up to 65. Our art gallery hangs local art; contact Alys at loganstreetsanctuary@gmail.com if you are interested in renting gallery wall space or studio space. We have a baby grand piano for lessons and recitals. We offer free WiFi and we have a full kitchen. We offer our space for rent for special events, rehearsals, solo exhibits/readings, book launches, fundraisers, lessons and recitals (voice, guitar, piano, theatre, etc), meditation space, spiritual retreats, plays, meetings, small weddings, and so much more ~ you name it!

Come by sometime and check out the place!



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Would you recommend LOGAN STREET SANCTUARY?

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.