Feb 01 - 29 2020
76 Trillion Years of Soul: The Aristocrat of Art a...

76 Trillion Years of Soul: The Aristocrat of Art a...

Presented by Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis and Gallery 924 at Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis

Storefront Theatre, one of the city’s newest venues for intimate theatre productions, offers visual art exhibitions in their expansive lobby space. This February the theatre is partnering with Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis to share provocative new work by multi-disciplinary
artist 76 Trillion Years of Soul.

“Gallery 924 is excited to support this exhibition as it highlights the various new work from an emerging Indy-based artist we are following. The mixed media, found object pieces have a rawness that evokes street art, but there is also a very sophisticated socio-political layer as well which is also timely and interesting,” said Shannon M Linker, Director of Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis.

Opening night on Saturday, February 1 from 7 to 11pm will feature new work, the artist’s one of a kind $10 million book, a musical installation, live dj, and gourmet dishes provided by Chef James.

The exhibition will be open to the public throughout the month of February.

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Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis is a non-profit, professional theatre company located at 717 Broad Ripple Avenue. Focused on producing new plays by female and minority playwrights, Storefront stages productions in the style of Chicago storefront theaters: with small and intimate settings; raw, and underscored by emotional truth.
www.storefrontindy.com

Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis is a contemporary gallery established in 2010 to create sustainable and professional solo and curated group exhibitions for central Indiana artists.
www.indyarts.org/gallery924

Dates & Times

2020/02/01 - 2020/02/29

Location Info

Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis

717 Broad Ripple Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220

Parking Info

Free parking is available in the large lot behind the building, as well as along Carrollton Avenue.

Accessibility Info