The college art project required a big measuring board, glue gun and good lighting. But Adrianne Powell struggled for months to find a space suited for it.
Space is limited at her parents’ house in Fishers, where the 23-year-old is staying while she attends Ivy Tech Community College.
“Every time my parents had company I would have to pick up everything and move it somewhere else,” the graphic design major said. “I would almost have to start all over every time.”
Powell is working on projects to complete her graphic and web design degree and the materials she needed are pricey, too, she said.
But it got much easier for Powell when she heard about Ignite Art Studio and Makerspace.
The studio on the lower level of the Hamilton East Public Library in Fishers opened in July. It is a free, arts-focused makerspace that provides materials and resources for beginner, intermediate, and…