Friday, April 09, 2010
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At the Harrison Center for the Arts
The Harrison Center presents "Spawn" - new work by Carla Knopp with an artist reception Friday, April 9 from 6 to 9pm. Knopp's work reflects a dually-focused purpose. She seeks artistic revelation from both personally-derived expressionism and from formal experimentation. These two impulses guide her work, either separately or in tandem, and form a portfolio of work which embraces both mystical imagery and abstraction.
Also that night: Works by Scott Grow, Tyler Meuninck. In Gallery No. 2 - UINDY Artists - A Word from the Southside; in Hank & Dolly's Gallery - Anthropomorphism - new work by Herron School of Art senior, Emily Schnellbacher; in the gym - 1950s sci-fi movies; in the courtyard - Blue Stone Folk School's Geoff Davis performs; across from the Harrison Gallery - Creative Renewal Fellow Jeff Sparks (Heartland Truly Moving Pictures) presents photos and speaks about his recent trip to Thailand.