Thursday, April 03, 2008
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It looks to be an interesting weekend for seeing some art in town. While some venues look to be well worth the view, it may put a few other spaces to shame. I like it when the bar appears to be set high for the weekend, I only hope the shows are as good as promised. See you around this weekend.
Sponsored by Herron's Active Student Artists (ASA)
Thursday, April 3, 2008
7pm Basile Auditorium
Free and open to the public
SIMPARCH is an artist collaborative group formed in 1996 based in Chicago and Cincinnati. The group produces works operating on the borders of architecture, design, and popular culture. Creating large-scale works that take into account the specificities and histories of a given site, SIMPARCH highlights how popular iconographies and artistic and architectural languages and concerns intersect. Architecture becomes a conduit and a location for discourse.
SIMPARCH has recently completed projects at the Tate Modern, London; InSite 05, San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico; 2004 Whitney Biennial, New York; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; and a permanent installation, Clean Livin?, for the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Wendover, UT.
At Erstwhile Gallery:
"TROPHY" a collaborative installation by Brose Partington and James Darr.
Erstwhile Gallery,at the corner of State St. and English Ave.
Opening reception,Friday, April 4th, 6:00pm-11:00pm
Friday, April 4 6 p.m. to midnight Music at 10 p.m. by Thin Fevers and We Are Hex. The Thin Fevers release is really something: a 6x9x1 cardboard box with original art work by local screenprinter Bob Peele, the new Thin Fevers ep titled New Systems that has 4 songs and an anti-Art school songs video on it, a t-shirt designed by our guitarist Brian Wyrick, and a lyric sheet with info on a free download of the album. Limited edition of 99 with a chance to win an Ipod nano at the show.
"The Tears Of Pipe Jackson Junior" by Nat Russell. In Big Car: Oakland, California artist Nat Russell brings his "Thing" solo exhibition of drawings, photos and wall painting. He'll also have books and T-shirts available that were specially made for the show.
An example of Lisa Choinacky's work. In Side Car: Austin, Texas artist Lisa Choinacky's "Covers of Covers" a series of record album covers painted in encaustic. These original images come from people's Top 5 favorite albums of all time lists.
More at the Murphy Arts:
Us By Numbers is a public art and cultural project. The initial mural is for the On Procession Parade sponsored by the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) and The Arts Council of Indianapolis on Saturday April 26 in Fountain Square. Much more information about the project can be found at www.usbynumbers.com or www.imamuseum.org/exhibitions/onprocession.
Please come paint, play, enjoy community and join in the fun showing what we all can create when we work together! Paint outs to come paint Friday, April 4th, 5:30 - ?, outside Big Car Gallery.
At Ruschman Gallery:
"Stele of Honey"
Mark S. Richardson & Linda Adele Goodine
ceramic sculpture, photography & video
April 4 - April 26
Reception for the artistsFriday April 4, 20085:00-9:00 pm
First Friday Art Tour
Goodine & Richardson are Professors of Art at Herron School of Art. They have exhibited nationally and internationally with their works represented in numerous collections.
The new StutzArtSpace Gallery at 212 W. 10th St presents the work of resident artists this Friday evening from 5-9pm.
At The Harrison Center for the Arts:
Friday, April 4, 6 to 9pm
INNERSCAPES - new work by Amy Falstrom and Ralph Domanico
In Gallery No. 2: OPTIK - new work by David Finegan and Peter Stamenov
In the Gallery Annex: April Willy and Quincy Owens
Performing at 8pm: The Spares
At the IMA:
Project IMA — a runway show featuring the outrageous / beautiful / irreverent / glamorous designs of 16 fashion designers from the Indianapolis area.
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Friday, April 4 / 7:00 pm