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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!
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.
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.
To help you through the actual day of reckoning, we've drafted a list of go-to activities that just might distract you from the looming prospect of dying alone.
Indie Indy's 'Just Deserts' exhibit speaks to the sweet tooth, not the emotions.
IDADA's First in Line Exhibition and Sale is allowing patrons on First Friday to buy from their local artists at the very manageable price of $100.
It's our favorite weekend of each month! First Friday means a host of arts events open tonight, topped by the new Emma Overman solo exhibit at the Harrison Center.
The Indy Indie Artist Colony's latest exhibition In Residence features Indianapolis' diversity through performance and visual arts.
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.
Cyclists competed for the bragging rights of being Indy's fastest and bravest at Saturday's
Wild in the Streets
Alley Cat bike race.
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.
The current exhibit at Indy Indie features a variety of mixed media art from various Indy artists, including recycled string work from Nate Garvey.
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.
There was plenty going on at Lampert's Indy Indie show - performers, a diorama-style circus installation - but none of it impressed.
You'd do well to be in the company of Herron students who had their artwork rejected from their school's official undergraduate exhibition.
Matthew Eickoff's 'Under Further Review: Super Bowl Game Changing Moments' falls short with awkwardly rendered players and conventional subject matter.
Though much of Kerns's work is raw and unpolished, its sense of seriousness and urgency proves compelling.
One must-see is Cat Stevens's
Farah Fawcett in Hell,
which renders the platinum blonde as a mutant that's been skewered and skinned in preparation for roasting.
Maps, glorious Indy city maps by local artist Kris Komakech. See his work at a show this Friday at the Indy Indie Artist Gallery.
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.
Suppose you've just graduated art school.