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FAME Virtual Arts Painting Sculpture Music Band Choir Festival

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The Art Gallery

Paintings, drawings, and illustration. Over 1,000 pieces of art!

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The Sculpture Garden

Sculptures, models, pottery, and more!

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The Music Stage

Band, choir, drums, and noise-making!

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Silent Auction

Bid on over 20 fantastic gift packages. All proceeds benefit local students and FAME.

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Donate to support the programs to celebrate the artist in every child.

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Our Schools

  • Over 30 schools represented
  • Three counties in Northeast Indiana: Adams, Allen, and Whitley
  • Participation from seven different school districts
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Our Sponsors

We’re thankful for the various businesses and organizations that support FAME!

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Visiting Artists

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Fusion of Concert Colors

See the Fusion Art


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Fine Arts Camp

This fun filled FAME Day Camp creatively explores

• Music, theater, visual arts and dance, celebrating your inner artist
• Music: voice and instrumental
Theater: musical and dramatic
Visual Arts: drawing, painting, and multi-media
Dance: contemporary, and character

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Local Schools & Art

Summit Middle School


Aboite Elementary

Arcola Elementary

Arlington Elementary

Bellmont Middle School

Canterbury School

Cedar Canyon Elementary School

Central Lutheran School

Churubusco Elementary School

Covington Elementary School

Croninger Elementary School

Eel River Elementary School

Fairfield Elementary School

Fort Wayne Children’s Choir

Fort Wayne Youth Theatre

Harris Elementary School

Hickory Center Elementary School

Huntertown Elementary School

Haverhill Elementary School

Irwin STEM Magnet School

Leo Elementary School

Maple Creek Middle School

Oak View Elementary

Perry Hill Elementary School

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School

Study Elementary School

Towles Intermediate School

Weisser Park Elementary School

Whispering Meadows Elementary School

Sculpture Garden

Churubusco Elementary School

Covington Elementary School

Croninger Elementary School

Eel River Elementary School

Haverhill Elementary School

Hickory Center Elementary School

Irwin STEM Magnet School

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School

Our Incredible Sponsors

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FAME Visiting Artists

Sayaka Ganz


See Sayaka's Unique Gallery

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Sayaka Ganz is a Japanese sculptor. She was born in Yokohama, Japan and grew up living in Japan, Brazil, and Hong Kong. Ganz identifies a strong Japanese influence in her work, even though she grew up in several countries. During her BFA studies at Indiana University Bloomington she explored various media, from ceramics to printmaking, before determining sculpture and welding as her expressive vehicles of choice. She met and married her husband Christopher Ganz, artist and professor in print-making, during her time in Bloomington. Between 2002 and 2012 she taught design and drawing courses at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). She has been living and working in Indiana for 15 years.

Mark Kistler

Drawing Artist

See Mark's Art & Drawings

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Mark Kistler is an American artist who hosts drawing instruction programs for children, young adults, and their parents to teach the freedom and joy of drawing. Mark Kistler teaches art. He has run thousands of elementary school workshops, written art books, and starred in the public television series The Secret City, The Draw Squad, The New Secret City Adventures, and the Emmy-Award-winning Imagination Station, all teaching art.

Heather Miller

School Care Team Director

See Heather's Bird House Video

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Heather Miller works at Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana where she develops services for schools so that teachers and parents can understand the challenges that trauma and mental illnesses place on students and their ability to learn. Previously, she worked at a Montessori school as the art specialist. In that position, she used the arts and the creative process to help students gain confidence in their ability to express their own thoughts. She also used the creative process to coach students to think logically and progressively through solving challenges by taking risks and testing solutions. Heather makes art for personal healing and expression. She enjoys making art that stimulates wonder about the self and how we as individuals fit within the whole.

Nayo Ullo

Music Specialist

See Nayo's Music

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Nayo A. Ulloa, a South American Music Specialist, Educator, Performer, and Composer from Goshen, IN will be with us as a guest musical artist. He is an adjunct professor of Spanish and Latino Studies at Goshen where he teaches music. He also teaches in the Community School of the Arts. His performances include Folk and Classical South American Music. His specialty is playing the Peruvian flute.

About FAME

Our Mission

The Mission of FAME is to foster and perpetuate creativity through multicultural arts education:

We believe in the value and power of the arts to kindle the imagination, encourage creative thinking and enhance human development.

Our Vision

• Empower teachers to nurture artistic creativity

• Celebrate the artist in every child and develop pathways to explore the arts

• Understand and appreciate diverse cultures through experiences with indigenous art forms

• Make the arts enjoyable and a part of everyday life.