Friday, October 05, 2007

Weekend Preview

New paintings and drawings by local artist TYLER MEUNINCK

Opening Reception Friday, October 5th from 5-9:00pm

Obsessive Convulsive,
new works by Mark Alan Miller

at ALCHEMY art + aesthetics
Friday October 05, 2007 at 7:00pm

Seeming Illusions, Seaming Impressions,
Features the work of Stephanie Lewis Robertson, Alisa Fox, and Brigid Manning Hamilton. Artists are the visual recordkeepers of each era, and women have been the ones to record history in cloth. Each of the artists in this exhibition records her own history using cloth, paper, transparencies and overlays, stitching and veils.

at Pivot Gallery
Opening Reception: Friday, October 5 from 5:30–9:30p

new work by Justin Cooper and Michael Graves

at the Harrison Center for the Arts
Artist Reception: Friday, October 5, 6 to 9pm

The Harrison Center for the Arts presents Versions, collaborative work by visual artists and vinyl DJs Justin Cooper and Michael Graves. Opening night attendees will hear as well as see these artists working together as they set up in the gallery with two turntables and a microphone. The work hangs through October 27th.

In the Gallery Annex: Work by Hector del Campo, Aaron Milstead and William Denton Ray.

In Gallery No. 2: new work by Penelope Dullaghan.

In the Underground: will host "Burma Beautiful/Burma Brutal: Images & Ideas from a Country on the Edge." This will be a multimedia presentation of images and videos from Burma, which will serve as a backdrop for informal conversations about topics such as the prospects for peaceful change, political dimensions of Buddhism in Tibet and Burma, challenges of Burmese communities in Indiana, and other topics. Featured will be: Photos and art from Burma by Indianapolis artist Jude Odell, images from “The Sold Project,” a documentary in production by Indiana 20-somethings exposing the human side of sex slavery in Burma, photos from refugees camps on the Burmese-Thai border by Emily Jacobi, an Indianapolis photo-journalist, video montage of current street protests by Geo-Pol analyst Pedro Cardoso, Burmese scholars and dissidents from IU’s Center for Constitutional Democracy in Pluralist Societies, who are drafting a constitution for a democratic Burma and members of the Chin and Karen ethnic minorities from Burma now in living Indianapolis.

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