Thursday July 5th — More than 60 people attended the opening reception for "Red, Black, Gold," an exhibit of contemporary local African American artists. Several of the artists attended the reception and…
An answer to a recycling question leads to a plug for the environmental justice art exhibit in the Interchurch Gallery.
Justin Brown is an Indianapolis-based visual/audio/sensory/performance artist with a focus on science and surveillance. Justin will have his piece which features a long list of chemicals found in the water, air and…
Christina Clark is a lawyer who has turned to a life of art.
Ann Johnson/aka F.B. Fogg is an award-winning artist and entrepreneur. She will have 2 pieces shown at the Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter exhibition, Environmental Justice in Indiana
WISH TV covers Visually Impaired Preschool Services’ REVision art exhibit. It’s up until the end of April, don’t miss it!
An exhibit of local, original visual art that offers the perspective of Hoosier women artists at this difficult time for our country in the tradition of art that both reflects society and challenges each of us to “Be the Change.”
An exhibit exploring the meaning of trees for cities opens June 29th in the Interchurch Gallery
How do we picture what trees mean to people, in public city spaces, in the intimacy of our backyards, or somewhere in the margin? Submit your artwork to a non-juried art exhibition: Finding the Urban Wild.