Join us on Facebook for a virtual First Friday! Enjoy the opening of several new shows including “Brrrgundy,” our annual color-themed group show, featuring sculpture, paintings, and more from dozens of local artists.
On December 4th 2020, join us on Facebook for a virtual First Friday! Enjoy the opening of “Brrrgundy,” our annual color-themed group show, featuring sculpture, paintings, and more from dozens of local artists.
Also opening online is “Involution,” by Marco Querin, a collection of wool and cotton textile pieces.
Additionally, We Are Indy Arts presents “Color, Shapes, and Form,” a group show opening online on First Friday.
Also, shop the Harrison Center Holiday Pop-Up Shop online on First Friday. Buy locally made holiday gifts, including prints, jewelry, ceramics, and more!
The “Indiana Plein Aire Painters Association,” a group show of paintings by members of the association, remains on view and for sale in our online gallery.
The Harrison Center’s annual “Holiday Window Walk” is also up now for some safe, outdoor family fun! Please enjoy these displays that are open for viewing 24/7 around the perimeter of our building.
After our virtual First Friday, all shows and the Pop-Up shop are open for in-person, socially distanced visitors Monday-Friday from 9am – 5pm, beginning December 7th. Make an appointment online at harrisoncenter.org/buy-art.
With support from: the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Indiana Arts Commission, Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, and Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation.
About the Harrison Center
The Harrison Center is a community-based, nonprofit arts organization that seeks to be a catalyst for renewal in the city of Indianapolis. Founded in 2001, the organization’s work is two-fold. The Harrison Center for the Arts is home to 36 artist studios and five galleries with programming that is designed to foster the creation of new art, build community among artists and emerging patrons, create new partnerships, and provide a forum for public conversations between artists and the community. The Harrison Center for the City seeks to connect people to culture, community, and place to strengthen Indianapolis’s core urban neighborhoods. For more information on the Harrison Center, call 317.396.3886 or visit www.harrisoncenter.org. Connect with the Harrison Center on social media at Facebook/HarrisonCenterArts, Instagram/harrisoncenterarts or Twitter/@HarrisonCtrArts.