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.
Artists participating: Mike Allee, Mike Amato, Linette Bledsoe, Peggy Breidenbach, Lydia Burris, Nicholas Burrus, Neil Cain, Kalleen Chilcote, Jordan Cleland, Susan Fletcher Conaway, Jeffery Dalton, Andrew Perry Davis, Hector Del Campo, Sarah Fischer, Vanessa Fledderman-Gutierrez, Josh Haines, Eli Hart, Barbara Hosein, Laurel Izard, Lauren King, Carla Knopp, Cherilyn Kurtz, Claudia Labin, Sara Liebhaber, Todd McCutcheon, Aaron Nemec, Steve Nyktas, Kate Oberreich, Bernadette Ostrozovich, Mimi Pinnow, Steve Redman, Caroline Tabac Shank, Kat Silver, Paul Smedberg, Wendi Smith, Stuart Snoddy, Barb Stahl, Laura Stennett, Michael R. Tingley, Gustavo Uriel, Carrie Wild, Cathy Williams, Thomas Williamson, Gersh Zavodnik.
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.
A MAGICAL COMPOSITION OF ART AND NATURE
ArtsPark, designed by Hoosier native and world–renowned architect Michael Graves, brings art, artists and the community together through interactive sculptures in an open–air setting. Not bound by traditional ideas of art education, ArtsPark provides Studios and galleries without walls, creating a place where art and nature harmonize.
Experience ArtsPaark, 12 acres of interactive sculpture designed to stimulate all the senses. Meander through the varied landscape to uncover a palette of hues, fragrant vegetation, various textures, and sounds of wildlife. Explore a space designed for relaxation, reflection, and creation as the sun dances through the trees to create dappled patterns on the ground, soft flower petals are intertwined with rising sculptures. ArtsPark is your creative connection to culture, art and nature.
This natural creative playground showcases open-air studios developed for people of all ages and abilities to touch, play, create and grow. Discover the changing seasons, changing landscapes, and changing artwork, a place in an environment creative energy meets the forces of nature. More than 27 sculptures created by Indiana and internationally-known master artists adorn the landscape (download artist list).
ArtsPark is home to ongoing concerts, festivals, films, workshops, youth camps, art classes, and the Broad Ripple Art Fair. The Indianapolis Art Center's ArtsPark is located in the heart of the Broad Ripple Village Cultural District along the Monon Trail and White River, where art, culture, commerce, entertainment, and recreation meet in this creative community–based park, planting and nurturing the seeds of creativity. Artspark was featured in the well-respected national architecture magazine, Landscape Architect.
ArtsPark is a dawn-to-dusk Studio and Studio space. No gates, no fences, no general admission charge.
The Indianapolis Art Center’s Faculty Gallery in the Basile Studio Shop is an exhibition space dedicated exclusively to our current faculty members as an opportunity to showcase their talents and sell work directly to the public. Featuring work made by the very teaching artists that lead our educational and outreach programs, the Faculty Gallery features a wide array of mediums and price points.
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