JUNE 9 - AUGUST 5, 2017
OPENING RECEPTION • JUNE 9, 2017 • 6-9 PM
Program and Awards Ceremony • 7 pm
Curated by the Art Center’s Director of Exhibitions and Events Kyle Herrington, Curio Cabinet examines the role of art in inspiring curiosity, mystery, intrigue and wonder. This exhibition features 45 artists exploring the offbeat, the inquisitive and all things enigmatic. Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery & Frank M. Basile Exhibition Hall.
Cast Land is a body of work exploring how universal themes of landscape and portraiture can be interpreted using oil painting, experimental drawing and printmaking processes. Sarah M. Hurt Gallery.
Through her work, Emmy Lingscheit investigates the interdependencies and exchanges between the biological and the man-made, revealing a postnatural world in which the line between synthetic and organic beings, systems, and materials is increasingly blurry. Her work is informed by dystopian fiction, climate disruption, irony, hope, and the current alarming pace of species extinction planet-wide. Allen W. Clowes Gallery
The SMART program (Supportive Mentoring through ART) is a unique partnership between the Indianapolis Art Center, Starfish Initiative and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. It is a year-long structured art program for youth between the ages of 12-18 from underserved areas of Indianapolis with an interest and/or talent in the visual arts. Youth and Mentors together attend a series of specialized art classes in a variety of mediums at the Art Center.
INVISIBLE MADE VISIBLE: ORDER AND DISORDER
Invisible Made Visible: Order and Disorder is an exhibition of artwork created, curated and installed by students in the Indianapolis Art Center’s SMART+ program. Participating teen artists are supported by a professional artist and their individual adult mentors in their experimentation with new art forms and the exploration of possibilities for their career futures as artists.
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