Since 1998, this non-profit group has presented some of Indy’s most daring major visual arts events — Art vs. Art and Installation Nation (in partnership with Groove Truck Productions) come immediately to mind — showcased in unexpected venues like The Vogue. Over the years, Primary Colours has exhibited the work of more than 100 locally based artists to a combined audience of 6,000+ people, which has generated over $46,000 for the local arts community. The move of its headquarters and gallery space to Fountain Square’s Murphy Art Center puts it in a perfect position, working synergistically with other like-minded nonprofits to grow as it moves forward with its mission.

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