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Indy Indie Artist Gallery

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26 E. 14th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About Indy Indie Artist Gallery

This venue, located on the first floor of a beautiful and historic downtown building, has quickly become a must see on the First Friday map. Its website describes it as “the hippest artist community and gallery in the city,” and this just may be right. Don’t be surprised to see surrealist, fantastic, and graffiti-inspired art on display on the walls of this gallery, but this doesn’t begin to encapsulate the variety of work available here. And there are often theme-based shows for First Friday events.

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Clear your schedule for this month's First Friday line-up, and if those gas prices are thwarting you, then bicycle, car pool, walk or take a bus!

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The Indy Indie Artist Colony's latest exhibition In Residence features Indianapolis' diversity through performance and visual arts.

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Despite the heat, the bicycle race season is getting into full swing, or full spoke, or whatever you

’d call it, with Indy Indie’s “Wild in the Streets” event on Saturday.

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Cyclists competed for the bragging rights of being Indy's fastest and bravest at Saturday's

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Wild in the Streets

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Alley Cat bike race.

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Bicycle messengers and fixed-gear enthusiasts participate in Indy's latest Alley Cat Race as part of the recent 'Wild in the Streets' event at Indy Indie.

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The current exhibit at Indy Indie features a variety of mixed media art from various Indy artists, including recycled string work from Nate Garvey.

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Is there life after Fringe? Hellz yeah, especially when it

’s First Friday! It’s supposed to be a cool 97 degrees on Friday, so get out there on your bikes.

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October's First Friday was a massive event. Take a look at a small selection of galleries and expositions from Indy artists at the Harrison Center and beyond.

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One must-see is Cat Stevens's

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Farah Fawcett in Hell,

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which renders the platinum blonde as a mutant that's been skewered and skinned in preparation for roasting.

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Former Irvington shopkeep Bobbie Zaphiriou took over as Indy Indie gallery director just in time to put up a huge retrospective of work by 'secular Franciscan' Alfred Eaker.