Friday, June 29, 2007

Weekend Preview

Saturday, June 30th
“TRIAGE: Earth, Justice, Peace”
an Activist Arts Demonstration in Fountain Square, Indianapolis, followed by a benefit concert at Radio Radio.

Fountain Square will host TRIAGE, an all-ages free indoor/outdoor exhibition of public art in a variety of media – two and three dimensional work, installation, dance, performance art, film, spoken word, and music – all relating to the interconnected themes of earth, justice and peace. All of the gravest issues our society and environment face can be related to this triad of subjects, and this event will bring together a diverse number of very skilled artists. “This is art with a purpose,” says T.J. Reynolds, one of the event organizers. “Artists are working together to raise awareness and educate the public on issues that should be kept in the forefront of our minds and work.” Reynolds continues, “To make true changes in their lives, people must feel inspired. By artistically expressing one’s message, it has a better chance of affecting the audience in a meaningful way.” Over 80 artists, writers and performers will converge on Fountain Square to deliver their creative and urgent messages on Saturday, June 30, in this free event taking place from 10 am until 6pm. Artists will be spread throughout the Fountain Square area, and a main stage will feature musical acts throughout the day, along with an open drum circle at 3pm and an open mic at 4pm. (It will be moved to the Wheeler Arts building in case of rain.) Then later that evening, Radio Radio will host a benefit concert for the Hoosier Environmental Council. The evening concert will start at 9pm, and entry is $5. For more information: Email: triageindy@gmail.com Phone: 317.332.1960


MISSED OPENINGS, Check them out

Herron Faculty Exhibition,
June 22 - August 26,
at the Herron School of Art & Design, IUPUI,

This annual exhibition presents the recent professional work of Herron faculty. This exhibit not only provides Herron students an opportunity to see the work their teachers create, but also shares with the Indianapolis community work by its most talented local artists.


Nature Holds My Camera: The Video Art of Sam Easterson,
June 24 - July 15,
at the Indianapolis Museum of Art,
Cost- $6; $3 children; Free for children under 6 and IMA members

Video artist Sam Easterson has been collecting footage from the perspective of animals and plants since 1998. Amusing, captivating and thought-provoking, his work offers viewers an unconventional perspective on the natural world.

4 Responses to “Weekend Preview”

The Dude said...
July 9, 2007 at 11:26 PM

Hmm... no thoughts on the Herron Show?

No on cares to talk about the ball in the gallery?

Or Hull's umbrella?

Nothen'?


Anonymous said...
July 10, 2007 at 6:32 AM

Where is the real debate about Herron?

Seems to me that everyone is upset with the leadership of the dean.

What is going on over there?


The Dude said...
July 10, 2007 at 10:58 PM

The Dude says what?

Might we take on the Dean here?

No, it's summertime, when the liven' is easy.


diong said...
July 12, 2007 at 11:41 PM

I took some pictures...


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