Indianapolis, IN 46208
About Gallery 924 at the Arts Council
Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis provides a mixture of programming that highlights central Indiana contemporary artists in curated solo and group shows. Gallery 924 is a member of IDADA and holds opening receptions during the IDADA First Friday Art Tour from 6 - 9 pm. Exhibitions consist of ten shows per year with eight solo and two group shows. Free parking and bike racks are located in the lot south of the building. Additional parking is available across the street at the Lucille Raines Residence. Gallery 924 is adjacent to the Cultural Trail and conveniently located on IndyGo route 19. The house gallery of the Arts Council of Indianapolis, located in the same building as the Council’s offices, is a good place to go to take stock of central Indiana’s art scene. The artists who’ve exhibited here recently—Anila Quayyum Agha, Lobyn Hamilton, Martin Kuntz, to name a few—are artists you need to pay attention to.
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For the first time, the work of 20 artists will be available for view and purchase past opening night of Primary Colors' annual show.
Brad Ford Bell's photographs, on display at Gallery924, is a reflective exercise, finding the extraordinary in the natural world. Here, that means Eagle Creek Reservoir.
First Friday activities highlight a weekend of fun and frivolity that includes a tribute to the great Fela as well as a stage exploration of the life of the young Hamlet.
Doug Calisch's new exhibit at Gallery 924 combines abandoned objects to make engaging new pieces of art.
Deliberation is a strong point in Minda Douglas' mixed media work, but also perhaps a limitation.
With more than 28 designers involved, the 2011 Midwest Fashion Week is a full-time business for designer and MFW organizer Berny Martin (w/Slideshow).
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!
Dorothy Stites Alig creates abstract art that allows viewers to imagine what nightlife in busy cities would look like during the daytime.
On this patriotic First Friday weekend, we've got photo remixes and an array of mixed media at Gallery 924, both before the obligatory fireworks display.
There's a lot going on this Indypendence Day weekend - including a long list of tonight's impressive First Friday events throughout the city!
This exhibit at Gallery 924 goes beyond the typical figurative exhibit by mixing fresh artistic voices with established artists.
There's a great variety of work in Gallery 924's 'Transcendence' exhibit, in just about every conceivable medium, with 28 artists represented.
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.
A driving force in the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Gallery 924 and Super Bowl-related art, Linker is a passionate advocate for Indy artists.
Amy Falstrom's oil-on-panel paintings explore muted-color landscapes bordered by lakes and skies, where you find earth tones mixed in with the blue.
Gallery 924 celebrates its one-year anniversary with a showcase of Indiana glass art.
Gallery 924's latest show - a collection of wood-based and wood-inspired artwork - is highlighted by a sculpture by Tom Tedrowe and a beguiling painting by April Schafer.
Holloway's show at Gallery 924 features hybrid animals - a zonkey, a deer with a gun for a nose - and other Midwest-inspired curios.
Some of Holloway's biggest fans were kids delighted to pet a life-size zonkey or walk underneath a deer on stilts.
'Orchestral Collage: New Work by Nhat Tran' mixes urushi (Japanese lacquer) paintings with computer-enhanced digital photography.
For Inger and Siskind, whose collaborative show, 'Seeking Shelters,' opens Friday at Gallery 924, art is a last line of defense.
In a joint show at Gallery 924, Ellie Siskind focuses on intimate moments within life's maelstrom, while Sofiya Inger paints on whatever surface she happens upon.
Chalos-McAleese employs the rigid medium of cold-formed glass in a surprisingly supple way at Gallery 924.
Dan Cooper's art, on display this month at Gallery 924, combines an interest in local landscapes with far-ranging speculations on the nature of reality.
Dan Cooper combines a love of landscape painting with big ideas about space and time and a proficiency in a new show at Gallery 924.
A forward-thinking show at Gallery 924 is highlighted by Thea Meussling's
which seems to depict a big-breasted Buddha with an exploding brain.
Blade's scenes of a city devoid of humans but full of empty structures prove both engrossing and haunting in a new show at Gallery 924.
Follow the blue painter's tape that runs through Lile
’s 'Transitions and Possibilities,' and you might just end up having a drink at a bar next door to Gallery 924.
Brown's new mixed media paintings are accessible to the visually impaired both texturally and interpretively, as well as visually stimulating.
More than 100 different Indy artists feature in Gallery 924's December show, which consists solely of
work (no bigger than 216 square inches).
Lewis's collection of video installations at Gallery 924 doesn't teach anything new about climate change, but it does raise some intriguing questions.
All the subjects in McAfee's latest batch of portraits came straight from American Apparel ads.
Ultimately, I think the artist needs to (and can do) more to integrate her materials and her ideas.