This venue, located on the first floor of a beautiful and historic downtown building, has quickly become a must see on the First Friday map. Its website describes it as “the hippest artist community and gallery in the city,” and this just may be right. Don’t be surprised to see surrealist, fantastic, and graffiti-inspired art on display on the walls of this gallery, but this doesn’t begin to encapsulate the variety of work available here. And there are often theme-based shows for First Friday events.
With singer songwriter shows, an art gallery setting, and other great events, the Indy hostel is more than just a cheap hotel in indianapolis. Since 2003 we have been the one and only hostel in Indianapolis.
One of Indy’s most revered architectural wonders and cultural destinations, The Athenaeum is home to a number of performance and exhibition spaces, from the Biergarten outside to various niches and stages inside. The premier space, however, where American Cabaret Theatre held fort for many years, is a vast and impressive auditorium, somehow both grand and intimate at the same time. It is now a host to various theater performances, along with musical acts and other festivities.
Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis provides a mixture of programming that highlights central Indiana contemporary artists in curated solo and group shows. Gallery 924 is a member of IDADA and holds opening receptions during the IDADA First Friday Art Tour from 6 - 9 pm. Exhibitions consist of ten shows per year with eight solo and two group shows. Free parking and bike racks are located in the lot south of the building. Additional parking is available across the street at the Lucille Raines Residence. Gallery 924 is adjacent to the Cultural Trail and conveniently located on IndyGo route 19.
Located one block South of the Stutz Artist Studios. Entrance is located in the back of the Sutton Garten Welding Supplies Company. Look for the bright green door.
Transformed from a largely abandoned church to a thriving cultural milieu, the Harrison Center is home to Redeemer Presbyterian Church, artist studios and the Harrison Art Gallery. The gallery has become a significant destination, with rotating exhibitions held throughout the year that usually emanate from a theme, lending curatorial cohesiveness and art viewing on a high, yet accessible, intellectual level. A quartet of smaller Harrison Center galleries complement the main venue, including the City Gallery, which celebrates the unique neighborhoods of urban Indy. Overall, the center is one of the most family-friendly — i.e. all ages — places in Indianapolis.
Aiming to buy a house and look at beautiful artwork in between hunting for one? Well, then, this is the place for you. In addition to displaying pieces that highlight local urban neighborhoods, this art gallery will put prospective homebuyers and leasers on the right path to buying a home in one of the areas depicted in its artwork. You will leave with a greater appreciation for art — and all the information you need to make an informed purchasing decision regarding a new home (including info about financial assistance programs and low interest mortgages). How about that?
This gallery can be found in the lobby of the Artistry apartment building.
Telene Edington and Paula Katz are now programming the gallery space in Heartland Printworks with contemporary art.
Established in January, 2012, Funkyard Coffee Shop & Art Gallery has grown from representing a handful of mostly local artists to over fifty. We pride ourselves in promoting local art in all forms of media from wall art, yard art, sculpture, ceramics, home decor, wood, jewelry, handmade cards & purses. (We are currently working on our “Artists Page” where you will be able to read more about each of our artists & see samples of their work.) We feature a new artist every month with a meet & greet on 1st Fridays from 7:00 – 10:00 PM. Check out our “Event Page” to see who the current artist is & who will be coming up in the near future.
Coffee, Espresso Drinks, Smoothies & Gelato……just to name of few of our delicious coffee shop offerings. You can see our current menu on the “Menu Page”. We have quickly become known for our signature beverage the “Espresso Shake”, try one & you’ll be coming back for more. (We have punch cards – buy 10 & get one free.)
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