The visual arts component of Indy’s Theatre Fringe Festival opens Aug. 1 as part of IDADA’s First Friday gallery tour. Curated by the Big Car arts collective, VisualFringe features 50 artists in a dozen spaces, including exhibitions by the Herron School of Art and Design and Primary Colours.
VisualFringe galleries include Art Bank, Circle City Baskets Co., Earth House, Franklin Barry Gallery and Frame Shop, G.C. Lucas Gallery, Graffiti Art Pit (at the Historic Fire Station), Henry’s Coffee Bistro, IMC Gallery, Kuaba Gallery, Mass Ave Wine Shoppe and McFee Gallery of Modern Art. Herron will have a space at 911 Massachusetts Ave. Patrons can vote on their favorite artwork for one of six new Be Indypendent stickers. Voting takes place Aug. 1-2 at Dean Johnson Gallery, 646 Massachusetts Ave., home of the Best of Fringe show. For more info: www.indyfringe.org.