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Step into the DO317 Lounge, where national touring acts will perform for small crowds in the Murphy Arts Center.
A group of eclectic artists come together under the theme of performance
; the results are on display through the end of the month at SpaceCamp.
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.
Shared Heritage premieres a rarity in the Indy world: the artist-produced zine. 'FSDC,' or 'Fountain Square Don't Care,' incorporates the work of eight promising artists.
Zachary Bell's photographs, printed on thin, crumply paper and hung like a tapestry, feel somehow out of reach, like long-forgotten moments.
Local label Joyful Noise will host a listening party for of Montreal's new album, 'Paralytic Stalks.'
Let your inner do-gooder out this weekend with two music events benefitting Indy non-profits.
Profiles of Indiana labels Joyful Noise and Secretly Canadian.
Shots of CJ Boyd and DMA at the new Joyful Noise Recordings performance space and office.
The virtuoso violinist and occasional beatboxer will perform at Austin City Limits and Radio Radio.
Joyful Noise opens their brand new space in the Murphy Art Center tonight with a performance by Kishi Bashi.
Mike Contreras reviews the Room 304 Showcase at the Murphy Art Center.
Smith talks mutants, apocalpyse-surviving babies and Midwest life a few weeks after debuting his new comic, 'Human City,' at a First Friday show.
A new generation of musicians comes of age in Fountain Square.
After a decade spent chainsawing paintings and throwing art parties, Primary Colours is (sort of) settling down in order to provide practical resources to professional artists.
Fun times Downtown featuring gallery shows, live street performance and absurd happenings on Mass Ave and Fountain Square.
Neighborhood music festival expands in its second year and showcases the region's best psych-rock
More Cataracts madness from photographer and artist Bryan Moore.
Photos of the first Friday in Fountain Square on November 2.
This summer was the time when one part of the city seemed to coalesce from a bunch of musicians living in the same rugged neighborhood, into a thriving, well-organized artistic community.
Photos of Gentleman Caller and Everything, Now at the Murphy Building.
Photos of Face Jug First Friday at the Murphy Arts Center on May 3rd.