A Separate Reality – paintings and drawings by Chicago artist, Jason Brammer, at the Harrison Center

A Separate Reality R...

The Harrison Center is pleased to present A Separate Reality – paintings and drawings by Chicago artist, Jason Brammer.  The artist reception will take place on Friday, April 13th from 6 to 9pm.  Brammer, who grew up primarily in Indianapolis, is a visual artist, painter and...

Artists Professional De...

The Arts Council of Indianapolis and Primary Colours collaborate each year to offer a series of professional development workshops for central Indiana artists. Past topics have included accounting, legal matters, portfolio development, photographing your own artwork, technology issues for...
New Gallery Seeking Artist Proposals

New Gallery Seeking Art...

3MASS Gallery is seeking proposals for its new gallery space located at 333 Massachusetts Ave. The exhibition will open on IDADA’s First Friday in April (4-5-12) and will last approximately 3 months. We are seeking artists that currently have a full body of work that can be edited down...
Chimaera’s Attic at Primary Colours

Chimaera’s Attic ...

Chimaera’s Attic is an eclectic show bringing together 18 female artists, each of whom has made an impact in the local arts community of Indianapolis. Each artist represents a different perspective, and through use of various mediums has enriched the local arts scene. Combined, the...
“Night Driving” at Dewclaw

“Night Driving...

Anita Giddings is Dewclaw’s guest artist for April 2012. She will present “Night Driving” with an opening reception on Friday, April 6, 6-9 pm. This group of paintings are based on an experience Anita had while driving at night, in an unfamiliar part of the...
Juvenile-in-Justice Project at Herron

Juvenile-in-Justice Pro...

For the last five years, photographer Richard Ross has focused a powerful lens on American juveniles run afoul of the law. He’s compiled what he calls  “a database of unbiased and compelling photographic and textual evidence of a system that houses more than 100,000 kids every...