Thursday, September 04, 2008
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[image, Trumpets of Triumph, by Anthony Pontius]
at Ruschman Art Gallery
"SURFACE: Medium & Message"
New Mixed Media Works
September 5 - September 27
Reception for the artists
Friday Sept 5, 2008
at ARTBOX Gallery
ARTBOX - Friday September 5th Opening Reception of THRESHOLD: Paintings by Andrew Winship.
ARTBOX would like to invite you to join us for the opening reception of THRESHOLD: Paintings by Andrew Winship. Our reception begins at 5:00 and continues to midnight. Party Crashers from indy.com will be attending the event.
Local Herron School of Art and Design professor Andrew Winship’s large scale oil paintings, which incorporate digital projected media, will be featured in our September show. With imagery using a multitude of mark-making styles and derived from such diverse sources as art history and popular culture, the work of Andrew Winship is a balance between romanticism and skepticism; rich in metaphor reflecting on indecision and helplessness; full of faith in humanity with humor referring to the gravity of life's transitions and driving forces that remain out of reach but always present and affecting our everyday. Although his work has been exhibited nationally and in museums and collections around the country, this is Andrew’s first solo exhibition in the Indianapolis area.
Additionally, for the duration of the THRESHOLD exhibit, Artbox is sponsoring and accepting donations for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Guys and Dolls Auction Gala (www.guysanddollsauction.com). This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Guys and Dolls Auction Gala which showcases Indianapolis's most dynamic bachelors and bachelorettes featuring fun and exciting date packages to be auctioned to the highest bidder, as well as live and silent auctions that include exotic trips, wine selection and spa treatments and much more. All proceeds benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Carrie St. Thomas and Tiffane Pappillion are two of this year's bachelorettes dedicated to raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Artbox is generously supporting their efforts by accepting donations at the gallery from September 5- September 25, 2008.
For more information and images of Andrew's work, the gallery, or driving directions please visit www.artboxindy.com
at The Harrison Center for the Arts
Friday, September 5, 6 to 10pm
artist reception & open studio night
The Harrison Center for the Arts kicks off the fall art season with Urban Times. The Harrison Gallery will feature sculpture by Lori Miles and Indianapolis urban themed photography by Craig McCormick. Gallery No. 2 will feature Stop, Watch - a video installation by Jim Walker that takes patient, static looks at several unconventionally scenic locations. Hank & Dolly’s Gallery (formerly the Unusual Animals Project Space) will feature Mark Pack – Painting Specimens.
In the courtyard, Great Ideas public art project winners will create their public art project, Light the Way, with the community’s help. Tony Mescall performs from 7 to 8pm and again from 9 to 10pm.
Across from the gallery, Wednesday night Chatterboxers, the Jesse Whitman Trio, perform from 8 to 9pm.
Throughout the building we will showcase work that celebrates the impact of Urban Times, a downtown newsletter which has played a major role in strengthening connections between neighborhood and community life downtown. In the gym, neighborhoods, cultural districts, and friends of both will promote their residential and commercial opportunities. Join the fun of living and working downtown!
Also that night, 21 open artist studios and much more. The artwork hangs through September 27th, 2008.
at Big Car Gallery
Bloomington collective brings multimedia show to Big Car Art Hospital Transport Exhibition First Friday opening reception: Sept. 5, 6 p.m. to midnight Show remains up until Sept. 26 The show features painting, sculpture, live musical scores, video projection and fashion design by nine members of the Bloomington-based Art Hospital collective. Art Hospital Members include: Amy Karr, William Winchester Claytor, Cagri Yildirim, Joe Molinaro, Kate Harlan, J. Shelley Harrison, Mark Rice, Alyssa Elby and Aaron Deer. Music at 8 p.m. with multiple musical scores by Joe Molinaro featuring one with the Good Hands Team. Bands at 10 p.m. with Wee Giant playing a short set to a video projection followed by Beyond Things. This month's music show is the official IDADA after party. Above image is "My Father's Trip to the Dentist" by Mark Rice.
It's our 2 year anniversary!! Let's Party!
"Syzygy" new works by Ryan Abegglen and Mark Miller
Opening Reception Friday Sept 05 7p-midnight
two of our favorite artists showing together. pleasure overload. may need spare pants.
work on display thru Sept 27th
image #1 "Kevin" by: Ryan Abegglen
at the SoFA Gallery
Openings this Friday!
HUB: A Collaboration of Art and Space
September 5-October 4, 2008
Opening Reception Phase I: Friday, September 5, 7-9pm @ SoFA Gallery
Opening Reception Phase II: Friday, October 3, 6-10pm @ McCalla School, 10th and Indiana
HUB: A Collaboration of Art and Space is a unique, two-part exhibition project that will feature sculptural installations by Derek Parker, Jonathan Dankenbring, LaRinda Meinburg, and Rob Off. HUB is an investigation into the metamorphosis of the gallery experience. The exhibition centers around a docking module, which serves as a physical hub, connecting mobile containers/moving trucks filled with art, thus transforming them into temporary gallery spaces. All act together as a temporary exhibition experience that can be erected anywhere, moving from site to site. HUB Phase I is held in the traditional gallery setting at the SoFA Gallery, allowing the visitor to view the artwork in a traditional context. HUB Phase II invites the visitor to the McCalla School, at 10th and Indiana, to experience the transformation of the artwork within the HUB truck containers. Once the exhibition concludes it will be mobile and travel to other site-specific venues.
September 5-October 4, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 7-9pm @ SoFA Gallery
Vacation '08 features fresh and new works by faculty and some invited guests in the School of Fine Arts at Indiana University. This exhibition will include paintings by Bonnie Sklarski , prints by Paul Brown, time-based work by Mariana Tres, and photographs by Jeffrey Wolin, among many others. Many of the works included will be experimental, unfinished, and in transition, giving visitors a chance to see what these artists have been up to over the summer. Vacation '08 will be the first time that much of this work has been exhibited, and is a great time to see it before it goes out to galleries and museums around the country and abroad.