League of Indianapolis Theatres
The League of Indianapolis Theatres is dedicated to raising awareness of the quality and diversity of live theatre in Indianapolis by creating an open forum for collaboration among Indianapolis’ professionally managed theatres.
Musical Family Tree
Musical Family Tree is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission of Spreading Indiana Music. By serving Indiana’s music communities, MFT aims to help build a more sustainable and world-recognized music scene in Indiana. We accomplish this by preserving, documenting, and promoting Indiana music, past and present.Visit our website for a database of local music, read interviews and latest music news on our blog and check out our latest local music projects and concerts.
Photo Venture Club
Members of this group are beginners to professionals working with film and digital cameras. PVC meets every Thursday evening for discussions, monthly competitions, and/or field trips. Members are encouraged to exhibit their work on member night. The club is informative and fun.
Porcelain Art School of Indiana
The Porcelain of Indiana is a non-profit organization dedicated in preserving and educating people in the of the art of hand painting porcelain. We hold a week long school each year with various subjects and techniques bringing teachers in from all over the world. This affords students the opportunity to study with the some best porcelain artists in the world today.
We hold our school at the Sheraton Circle Center Hotel in downtown Indianapolis.
Primary Colours, a 501(c)(3) Indianapolis-based nonprofit arts organization devoted to integrating visual artists and the community to create and sustain a thriving environment for the arts. Its purpose is to create and sustain a thriving environment for the visual arts through unique exhibitions, workshops and special events, including Art vs. Art, Allotropy, Installation Nation, TOYS, and the Professional Development Series.
Quilter's Guild of Indianapolis
Meetings are held monthly in three different locations and at three different times, giving members and guests an opportunity to attend any one, or all three. Our yearly dues are only $25.
Riviera Camera Club
The Riviera Camera Club is one of the oldest continuously operating club of its kind in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana. Our club strives to be a place where people who are serious about photography can come to hone their skills and be motivated by other photographers of like mind and widely varied abilities and interests.
Meetings: First and third Tuesday of each month July through May. 7:00pm in room 148 at the Indianapolis Central Library, 40 E. St. Clair, Indianapols, IN. The entrance to the parking garage is located on Pennsylvania St., just south of 9th Street.
Meetings are open to the public. Visitors are welcome.
See our calendar on our website www.rivieracameraclub.org for more information and specific dates, as some months are slightly different.
Rocky Ripple Community Association
Our organization was created to provide social, cultural, recreational, and educational services to the town of Rocky Ripple, and its residents, and in so doing strengthen the bonds of civic unity.
Shelby County Art Guild Association
Educate and promote the visual art in Shelby County and surrounding counties. Promoting an environment where artists can share talents and ideas.
Our mission is to foster community pride, appreciation and involvement in the Arts while also helping artists network and gain exposure. We will strive to do this through a variety of artistic programs and events, and will be proactive in providing innovative art education and other artistic opportunities of the highest quality for the enjoyment, enrichment and ongoing participation of our community residents, artists, and patrons.
Southside Art League
Southside Art League, Inc. ( SALI) is a visual artists support organization offering educational opportunities through classes and workshops, as well as exhibiting opportunities through juried shows, the Art About Town program, and the Off Broadway Gallery. SALI is also the sponsor for the annual Midwest National Abstract Exhibition. Membership is not required to participate in many of the activities and shows.
For more information, visit www.southsideartleague.org or call 317-882-5562
We are a husband and wife team; landscape and lifestyle photographer and an abstract painter. We are located in Downtown Indianapolis.
We met through our art. We provide art and art consulting services – specializing in hospitality and corporate art. We offer a range of sizes as original canvas artwork, epoxy and mixed media. Photography is available on metal, canvas and framed print.
Our motto- There is Light Everywhere – and we strive to spread light through our art.
SubSurface began in 2002 as a way for Indianapolis-based graffiti artists to connect with the growing national scene. Always with a focus on ‘productions’ or collaborative murals, SubSurface is a proving ground for graffiti artists in the Midwest. The event has evolved into an extended network of artists that includes some of the most recognizable styles in the United States today. As a result, Indianapolis is now a destination city for artists across the country.
The Calligraphy Guild of Indiana
The purpose of the guild is to be a catalyst for the study of letterforms and related arts. Meetings are held the third Saturday of every other month at the SullivanMunce Cultural Center in Zionsville.
Vicky Shaffer White Studio
I am an ‘abstract naturalist’ exploring the layers of life with acrylic washes and ink on canvas. My art is about color and shapes and a positive attitude toward of life “Art seems to me to be a state of soul more than anything else.” (Marc Chagall) I have always loved Georgia O’Keefe as an artist and her character as a woman in a man’s world of art. Much of her influence still appears in my own work. I simplify and layer images while finding joy in the mundane. I am concentrating on lines, layers, color and composition primarily. Lines represent my ‘self’ trying to order the events in my life and the layers represent the complexities and ‘color’ the experience.
I have been painting for over 25 years, in Indianapolis, IN. I received a BFA degree in Fine Arts in painting from Herron School of Art. In the past I served as Executive Director of the Art Association of Henry County (AAHC) in New Castle IN. My goal was to bring art accessibility to the community through our gallery, Arts Park, classes and events such as concerts and fund raisers. I held the office of President on the Herron Alumni Association from 2004 through 2006 and served on the board for 10 years. I am a past board member of the Stutz Artist Association, IDADA (Indianapolis Downtown Artist Association), member of the Indianapolis Art Museum and listed on IndyArts.Org. I have participated in many local and regional juried shows and encourage the growth of the local arts. I am fortunate to have placed several of my paintings in the previous Mayor of Indianapolis executive offices, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Corporate offices, Circle Theater for the ISO, and the Indianapolis Zoo. My work can be seen across the country in California, Florida, Kansas, Wisconsin & Tennessee.
Watercolor Society of Indiana
This society promotes an awareness of and interest in watercolor painting, sponsors programs and competitive exhibits, encourages the study of watercolor painting, and works to establish the highest aesthetic standards in the field of watercolor painting.
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