Monday, November 03, 2008

Weekend Preview

[image of a previous Danielle Riede installation, image borrowed from Martin's flickr page]

Erstwhile Gallery EXHIBITION

Danielle Riede

11/07/2008 – 11/26/2008

The Erstwhile Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by Danielle Riede, a new painting professor at IUPUI’s Herron School of Art and Design. Riede will combine found and self-fabricated pieces of paint, resin and detritus with household items to create a new series of site sensitive works. While paint, color and light have consistently been the primary intellectual and physical materials in her work, Riede’s incorporation of domestic items is an attempt to open up the somewhat insular world of painting to the community at large. The title, “Peacemeal”, refers to both her collage-like process and her hopes for community healing through art.  

The exhibition was made possible with support from SEND, the Efroymson Fund (a CICF Fund) and Big Car Gallery.

Opening reception:
Friday, November 7th, 5pm - 11pm

The Erstwhile Gallery
1651 English Ave.
(Corner of State and English)
Indianapolis, IN
C: (804) 366-4780
H: by appointment

Ruschman Gallery

"In the Balance"
Mary Lou Dooley Waller
New paintings and works on paper

Nov 7 - Nov 29

Reception for the Artist
Friday, Nov 7th 2008
5:00 - 9:00

ALCHEMY art + aesthetics

ALCHEMY art + aesthetics presents Mexican born, Herron School of Art student, Jennifer Hutchinson for her BFA Thesis Exhibition. Her work deals with the exploration of personal identity and the idea of personal time. It is a body of work that is deeply intimate, composed mostly of paintings, but displayed as an installation with objects that help compose the narrative of the work and allow the viewer to step into the artist's world.

Viaje Nostalgico [Nostalgic Dream]
paintings and installation by: Jennifer Hutchinson
Opening Reception Nov 7 2008 7p-midnight

work on display Nov 7 thru Nov 29

ALCHEMY art + aesthetics
1043 Virginia Ave No. 3
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Ph. 317.634.9700
Fx. 317.634.9701

Harrison Center for the Arts

Harrison Gallery - Pixelate, new work by Kyle Ragsdale
Gallery No. 2 - The Viewfinder Project
Hank & Dolly's Gallery - Lauren Ditchley

November 7, 6 to 9pm

ARTBOX - Friday Nov. 7 Opening Reception

Trapped Tension: Paintings by Jason Zickler.

ARTBOX would like to invite you to join us for the opening reception of Trapped Tension: Paintings by Jason Zickler. Our reception begins at 5:00 and continues to midnight.

Tonic Gallery at Big Car

For the first time ever, as one of the city's most anticipated nights of art, The Tonic Gallery will host a Preview Party which will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 7 at Big Car Gallery.

The Tonic Gallery Preview Party will feature works by more than 30 of the city's most renowned visual artists all for sale at Tonic Gallery on Nov. 21. Admission is free.

The art will be available for purchase at a special "Buy It Now" price. All proceeds from the party will benefit Second Helpings' efforts to eliminate hunger and empower people in Greater Indianapolis.

Participating artists include: Kyle Ragsdale, John Clark, Quincy Owens, Kipp Normand, Chris Pyle, Elizabeth Guippe Hall, Jason Pierce, Rob Day, Eric Kass, Amy McAdams, and Susan Hodgin.

Tonic Gallery will take place from 5:30-8 p.m. on Nov. 21.

Immediately following Tonic Gallery is Tonic Ball.

Tonic Ball begins at 7 p.m. at Fountain Square Theatre and Radio Radio, both located in historic Fountain Square. All bands will cover music from Elvis Presley and Queen.

About Second Helpings: It rescues prepared and perishable food, re-prepares it into nutritious meals, and distributes up to 3,000 meals daily to 60 social service organizations that serve disadvantaged children and adults. Second Helpings also trains unemployed and underemployed adults for meaningful careers in the culinary industry. Since 1998, Second Helpings has collected more than 10.5 million pounds of food and provided more than 3.9 million meals to recipient agencies as well as train over 325 adults.

For Further Gallery Openings and Information check out the IDADA First Friday Map.

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