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Raymond James Stutz Arts Gallery


212 W. 10th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: September 28, 2018


Special hours: First Friday of every month, 5-9 p.m.


About Raymond James Stutz Arts Gallery

One of the biggest events of the year in Indianapolis is the Annual Stutz Open House, the admission price of which raises money for the Stutz Artists Residency program. The resident artists, competitively chosen, get to make use of studio space at the Stutz for an entire year. Don’t miss the remodeled 10th West Gallery which hosts Stutz-based artist regulars in addition to other Indy area artists who support the gallery’s permanent collection. The gallery also features rotating exhibitions of local and regional artists.


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It's the second consecutive win for the Stutz Art Space in a category Big Car Gallery won three of the previous four years. While it's housed …

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Artists with studios in the Stutz Business Center explore the theme of the human heart in PUMP, a group exhibition throughout February.

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Opening Friday at StutzArtSpace, photographer Andy Chen curates 'Social Currency,' an exhibit exploring the interplay of digital networking and the real world.

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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.

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There's a lot going on this Indypendence Day weekend - including a long list of tonight's impressive First Friday events throughout the city!

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Causey worked with drywall mud and metallic house paints to create a bold series of work that beckons viewers to investigate from various angles.

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Schweitzer, who moved her studio to the Stutz in 2009, takes over curatorial duties at the Raymond James Stutz Arts Gallery with a show featuring non-traditional landscapes.

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Last Friday (the last Friday before First Friday) was a magnificent night to be out enjoying the art scene, but there was too much good art out there to restrict oneself just to one venue, however large (or small).