March 6 is IDADA First Friday. Here are some highlights.
AV Framing Gallery (1139 Shelby St.) presents new works by Brian Duff, Home, Spot Figures, with a reception from 5-9 p.m. Go to www.avframinggallery.com or call 317-356-3776.
enROUTE Gallery (in the Harrison Center, 1505 N. Delaware St.) presents new paintings and collages by Sherri Gruber. Go to www.vsai.org or call 317-974-4123.
Wug Laku's Studio & Garage (1125 Brookside Ave., C7) offers new work by William Ray Denton and James Ratliff, HI-POP. Reception from 6-9 p.m. Call 317-270-8258 for info.
Lois Main Templeton will read from her children's book, Who Makes the Sun Rise?<>/i> at Chaos Gallery (630 Virginia Ave.). Also on view: new work by installation artist/painters Brian Hull and Tessa Michalik; photography and drawings by Ronnie Stone; and mixed media work by Bruce Armstrong. Drumming and poetry throughout the evening by Berthrum Cooper and Sean Sturgis. Reception from 6-10 p.m. Call 317-371-6950 for information.
And in Zionsville: Spring Inside and Out at The Kellar Mathaney Gallery of Contemporary Art (270 S. Main St.), a group show with a reception from 5-8 p.m. Call 317-796-8354 or go to www.kellarmathaney.com for information.