The Stutz Business Center, 212 W. 10th St., is a one-of-a-kind building complex: The brick walls, wide corridors and high-topped banks of windows bespeak an era when the handmade and the industrial were collaborators. The Stutz also houses the largest group of working artists under one roof in the Midwest and, for the past 16 years, the Stutz Artists Association, consisting of more than 70 artists, have opened their studios to visitors for a two-day bash. It's a chance to see artwork in virtually all media, to buy unique gifts, visit the Stutz galleries, hear live music by Cyntha Layne (among others), eat food from such restaurants as Zing, Zest, the Jazz Kitchen, Judge's BBQ, Meridian, Creation Cafe and Euphoria and, of course, drink. Oh, and you can also see historic vintage cars. Admission is $10 at select Old National Bank Centers, or $12 at the gate. Proceeds support the Stutz Residency Program, a scholarship that provides free Stutz studio space. The Stutz Artists Open House takes place April 24, 5:30-10:30 p.m. and April 25, 2-7 p.m. For more information, go to www.stutzartists.com or call 317-503-6420.