It's hard to a imagine a building that better epitomizes early 20th century engineering optimism than the Stutz -- the place where the legendary Bearcat automobile was built. The Stutz now provides cover for two galleries, both of which offer provocative openings March 6.
ARTBOX, in the Stutz 2 building, 217 W. 10th St., Suite 125, features a show by artists Jennifer Complo McNutt, Dante Ventresca and Dale Nally called Rock, Paper, Scissors. Nally's textural paint creates a setting for works by Ventresca and Complo McNutt that the artists call "flirtations to wealth and stealth." Opening reception is from 5 p.m.-midnight. Entrance and parking on the 900 block of Senate Avenue.
Meanwhile, the Stutz Art Space Gallery, 212 W. 10th St., B110 (enter from 10th Street via the alley) presents Redefining Chaos: The Alchemy of Space
with new work by Carol Myers, Kate Oberreich and Ginny Taylor Rosner. Works include watercolors, prints, mixed media, collages and photography. The exhibition opens at noon and the reception runs from 5-9 p.m. For more information, go to www.stutzartists.com or call 317-503-6420.