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Shamira Wilson’s art—furniture, sculptural work, paintings and prints—is deeply rooted in her Kentucky upbringing

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It’s the First Friday of the month and time to discover a whole new crop of local art and artists. As February is Black History Month, several venues host exhibitions in keeping with that important theme.

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Dan stops by Tonya, an exhibition of video work by Kota Ezawa, showing the synthesis of video art and dance now on view at Herron School of Art & Design

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With a community-focused and collaborative approach to printmaking, Cat Head Press is bringing multiple exciting initiatives to life thanks to funds from both the Create Indy project and a Lilly Endowment grant.

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It's been nearly a decade since Steve Paddack’s last solo exhibition, and a new show at Edington Gallery has us hoping it won't be another ten years until we see new work from him again.

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Mexican artists confront Trump's wall from Tijuana to the Tube Factory, including Laura Ortiz Vega’s whose current exhibit, No USA Return., uses Trump's words as her starting point.

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Word came on Nov. 7 that painter Lois Main Templeton has died at the age of 90. An important part of the Indianapolis art scene for decades, she will be missed by many.

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This First Friday, in addition to having the opportunity to check out a mind-boggling variety of art, you'll also be able to preview the Spirit & Place Festival and join a night parade.

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The annual award, now in its eighth year, is given to an Indianapolis Art Center faculty member who demonstrates excellence in teaching and community building