Thursday, August 03, 2006

Weekend Preview

Friday, August 4th

Fountain Square and South

  • The Rules of Fullness at Big Car. A video and spoken word presentation by Jim Walker. Reading at 8 pm.
  • Brose Partington Kinetic Sculpture at Flux.
  • Informal Audtion by Rocco Valadez at Galerie Penumbra.
  • Black and White a Color by Bruce Armstrong at Madison Studios (1200 S. Madison)

Downtown and North

** I'll update as I can...

6 Responses to “Weekend Preview”

Anonymous said...
August 3, 2006 at 9:39 PM

For what it is worth, the visual fringe festival begins this friday along Mass Ave.

Christopher said...
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Christopher said...
August 3, 2006 at 11:43 PM

this might be worth revisiting...

liriodendron said...
August 4, 2006 at 12:13 AM

Salon de Refuse at Hoosier Salon in Broad Ripple....come see the rejects from the big show!

Anonymous said...
August 4, 2006 at 2:44 PM

I particularly like this comment:

"Letter #2
August 20, 2005
Are you an art critic? And what is your background?

I would personally like a response from Ms. Mary Lee Pappas. I am one of the artists at 4Star Gallery for Indy Fringe. INTAKE did a great spread this week showcasing the artists and the art. Have you seen it? Quite frankly, being synical and negative is much easier than asking questions and understanding. Do a little research. Do you know what artists are showing? Did you know that Q. Jones has been written up time and time again as one of our best? Your records should show Jan12-19 2005 p. 20. Just to mention one article. I make and sell art for living- in homes, galleries, retail boutiques (in some of our "finest" ones I might add).... Another artist is a children's literature illustrator...for a living.

The mix is actually quite nice and extremely diverse. I will keep the rest of my opinions about Ms. Pappas review for a later discussion if I would be allowed. Overall it is her "misrepresentation" of our Visual Fringe at 4Star that really, seems mostly
prematurely judged. By the way, it is Shawn Miller, not Sean. I look forward to hearing from you both, Sincerely,

Shelley Savin"

I regret I had known people like the above exists. I'm actually kinda embarassed, for the 2 of us.

Anonymous said...
August 7, 2006 at 8:52 AM

Mary Lee. oh my.

good intentions, bad execution.

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