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  • ART CLASSES: Quality learning for everyone from curious beginners to seasoned professionals. Our state-of-the-art studios provide a transformative environment for learning new skills, expressing emotions and building connections with others.

  • YOUTH & TEEN ART CAMPS: Campers work with professional artists to explore new media, improve their artistic skills, express themselves creatively and gain a deeper appreciation for the visual arts.

  • EXHIBITIONS: The Art Center galleries connect the community with nationally-recognized exhibitions featuring the artwork of local, regional and national artists. Rotating exhibitions run throughout the year and are always free and open to the public.


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EXHIBITIONS GOING ON NOW


AUGUST 11 - OCTOBER 4, 2017

OPENING RECEPTION • AUGUST 11, 2017 • 6-9 PM


CHARGED: A NEON SHOW


This group exhibition features a selection of neon work from artists across the country and Canada. Participating Artists: Dick Averns, Katie Killian, Clayton Burns, Ellen Wetmore, Josh Smith, Paul Shortt and Madelin Coit. Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery


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SNOW YUNXUE FU


Projected 3-D Animations by Chicago artist Snow Yunxue Fu. Frank M. Basile Exhibition Hall


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STACIA YEAPANIS

SACRED SECULAR


Inspired by private worship spaces and home decor, Sacred Secular is an immersive environment containing 3 sites for contemplation of painful human emotions. 


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JAKE SNEATH

AFTER IMAGE


A light installation reflecting research in the sublime qualities of light and color.  


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GREETINGS FROM THE PRESS: AN AUSSIE/HOOSIER PRINTMAKING EXCHANGE


The 67th Street Printmakers are partnering with Australian Printmaking groups: PressNorth Printmakers (Townsville- Queensland) and Firestation Print Studio (Armadale-Victoria) to share a print exhibition. These Australian groups yearly exchange postcard sized prints with an international partner to share and extend the diversity of all members’ innovative printmaking techniques and transferrable skills. It also encourages new friendships with each organization’s members. Past shared shows included groups from: Cork, Ireland, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand and Tsubata , Japan.
About 67th Street Printmakers: We are a community of artists brought together by our love of printmaking. We met through our years of studio time at the Indianapolis Art Center, and have been dedicated to sharing our art and the various methods of printmaking ever since. Ruth Lilly Library


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