Thursday, January 04, 2007

Weekend Preview

Friday, January 5th openings
Downtown and North (most openings 6 - 9 pm, check with websites for exact details)

  • At the Harrison Center, The Harrison Center collaborates with Riley Hospital for Children to explore the healing partnership between patients and doctors. The show will feature 30 pieces of art by Riley patients with accompanying narratives by art therapist, Elyce Elder, MAAT.

    Also at the Harrison Center in Gallery No. 2. Jan 5th - 19th

    Recent Projects presents Consumption - recent works by Greg Ajamie, Cindy Hinant, Jacob Stanley, Keith Hampton, Mike Treffehn, Barb Zech and Jamie Pawlus.

Fountain Square and South

  • At Big Car Fountain Square, Sarah Zeta Zuckerman's solo exhibition features works of art in response to political and environmental brutality witnessed by the artist. "Carteles," Spanish for signs, is an assortment of small drawings, yard signs, clothing, and paintings.
  • Katherine Hilden - The Recently Discovered Drawings of Vermeer Part IVat Galerie Penumbra. Read preview in Indy Star here.
  • At Alchemy Gallery, Line Variations (a show about line) featuring Jeffrey Geeza, Jennifer Meanley, Robert Meko, Mark Miller, Tré Reising
Want more fun reading??? Wolfgang responds to the IMA.

4 Responses to “Weekend Preview”

Anonymous said...
January 5, 2007 at 1:14 PM

Just to set the record straight, Mike's surname is Treffehn, not Preffehn. Mike's an old friend of mine from DePauw, and I expect he would appreciate the clarification.

Keep up the good work.


Christopher said...
January 5, 2007 at 1:27 PM

Noted and corrected.


Scott said...
January 5, 2007 at 1:45 PM

Yeah, sorry about that. I met him yesterday as he was installing his work. A really nice guy. That is what happens I when you dictate names via a cell phone. Sorry Mike. Thanks for fixing it Chris.


Anonymous said...
January 5, 2007 at 8:46 PM

Why is Tre's name so big? He's a funny kid. I like hime.