December 1, 2020

Keeping Local Art Front And Center

High Frequency Arts - Jill Ditmire

High Frequency Arts

Jill Ditmire

Editor's note: This is one in our series of interviews with Indianapolis small business owners navigating the pandemic business environment.

Opening an art gallery is a challenging task any time of the year — and especially during a pandemic. This month we'll bring you a series of conversations with local business owners working to make it through the winter. For this interview, High Frequency Arts and gallery founder and manager Jill Lehmann found new ways to keep local art front and center.

To practice social distancing, WFYI Arts and Culture Reporter Jill Ditmire met via zoom with Lemann for this recording. Lehman starts the conversation talking about the gallery's recent move to the Hub and Spoke Design Center in Fishers.


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