Monday, July 16, 2007

This Wednsday, AA

For a few years now, the Harrison Center for the Arts has offered, once a month, a gathering of artists titled, Artist Anonymous. While anonymity is not really expected or practiced, AA is their as an artist support group with the intention of improving the art community, guidance and discussion of the local art community. On occasion, special guest speakers have come by to discuss their particular views and expertise to the group. They pass along artistic info of all sorts.

This week, if you can make it, Artists Anonymous will have a double bill for you all to enjoy.

The first guest of the evening will be Shannon Linker of the Arts Council of Indianapolis followed by Beth Eisinger. Beth is a recent Taylor grad. who started an internship with the Harrison Center not long ago. She has discussed an interest in organizing/promoting AA to a larger, broader audience and is looking forward to helping to improve the event. Both Shannon and Beth will be interested to hear your voice in relation to the group and the arts community as a whole. If possible, RSVP Quincy Owens (quincyowens@sbcglobal.net) if you plan on attending. Meeting is at 7pm this Wednesday.



In the mean time, check out this blog by Indianapolis area blogger, Terry.

1 Responses to “This Wednsday, AA”

Anonymous said...
April 29, 2009 at 12:37 AM

maybe you need an artist to craft something because you don't understand conceptual art, which most common.....although the fact that you acknowledge the work is cold means somewhere in you...gets it. suburbia is cold, banal, standardized, uncrafted, vanilla, non-conceptual, quite pathetic.....great artist have always questioned the status-quo.
maybe you don't like it because it is a reflection of the culture you live in....


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