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10th West Gallery
10th West Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery in downtown Indianapolis.
This new commercial venture focuses on a collective of artists in and outside of the Indianapolis community, who have excelled artistically, individually, and as a group, offering a broad range of imaginative and inspirational work. The 10th West Represented Artists as well as invited artists support the “permanent” collection of available works and collaborates to provide a schedule of rotating exhibitions from truly impressive artists in the gallery’s featured rotating side.
Mark Reichel is proud to serve as the proprietor of the gallery and to work with the 10th West Artists to make the 10th West Gallery a
new cornerstone in the Indianapolis arts community.
Art Gallery. An ever changing display of 20-30 local and regional artists.
Art Gallery at City Hall
Inside Fishers City Hall there are two floors of gallery space curated and managed by the Fishers Arts Council. An additional space was opened in 2020 called The Alcove, located on the 2nd floor of Fishers City Hall.
The main gallery rotates exhibits every month with one or more artists, while The Alcove features a solo artist quarterly.
Beth Clary Schwier Fine Art Gallery
Fine art gallery featuring the work of award winning, Indiana artist, Beth Clary Schwier, and curated others. Available for corporate and private events. Located in historic Irvington.
CityWay connects the very best of Indianapolis with the rest of Indianapolis. Located at the doorstep of the city’s professional sports venues and top entertainment sites, CityWay inspires a new kind of city lifestyle, with a world-class business hotel The Alexander, modern apartments, restaurants, office space, retail shops, conference and event space.
Learn more at http://cityway.com/art/art-gallery
Edington Gallery is a contemporary, fine art, exhibition gallery located at it’s new location on the near northwest side of Indianapolis. With nearly thirty years of experience in the fine arts, and six of those years in lovely Three Oaks, MI. it is only fitting that TELENE EDINGTON would open her first art gallery in such a location.
Independent, bold, articulate, and adventuresome; Telene’s many virtues are evident in this exciting new space. Hanging on the walls you will find an eclectic array of original works from regional, national and internationally collected and/or exhibited artists. Come visit Edington Gallery in Indianapolis, IN!
Flourish Gallery, a project of the Martinsville Arts Council, is a community arts space dedicated to the growth of the arts in Morgan County and the surrounding area. Featuring a retail gallery space with planned special exhibitions and classes in the near future, Flourish Gallery is currently seeking participating and associate artists.
Look for existing calls to artists on our website at MartinsvilleArts.org/call-to-artists
Full Circle Nine Gallery
The Full Circle Nine Gallery is an artist-cooperative gallery located in the South Studios portion of the Circle City Industrial Complex. We take no commission from member artists, and all work together to promote each other’s art. We represent a variety of styles: Traditional, abstract, pop, 2D, 3D, and a variety of media, including painting, photography, clay, assemblage, and mixed media. We work to maintain a fun, supportive atmosphere and are welcoming to emerging artists, established artists, and those in between. We are currently open Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4pm, and during the IDADA First Friday Art Tour, which regularly sees large crowds. We are also available by appointment during hours convenient to patrons. Free parking is available.
Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis is a non-profit gallery space that provides a mixture of programming that highlights central Indiana contemporary artists in curated solo and group shows.
Artists wishing to submit a proposals should review the guidelines here.
HISTORY AND MISSION
In the years leading up to the Arts Council’s move from Monument Circle to North Pennsylvania Street in 2010, a large number of small, independently owned galleries and alternative exhibition spaces began closing their doors due to the vicious economic downturn. The devastating impact on the local visual arts scene cannot be overstated. The six established galleries and some smaller spaces that shut down in this two to three year period all but paralyzed the visual arts community.
In direct response to these circumstances, the Arts Council committed to create a professional level gallery suitable for high level solo shows, curated group shows and exhibitions created and presented by partner organizations. The first task was communicating with current and past gallery owners as well as non-profit exhibition space providers and artists. After conversations, meetings, and discussions with leaders in the visual arts community, the Arts Council staff and board felt confident the goal of creating a professional gallery space to supplement the current offerings was solid and supported by that community.
Today, on a budget of less than $2,000 annually, Gallery 924 hosts ten exhibitions per year highlighting central Indiana contemporary artists in solo and curated group shows and is a member and participant in the Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealer’s Association First Friday Art Tour. In addition, ACI staff work to support the work and the careers of the artists exhibited in Gallery 924 long after the work comes down and the lights go off. Gallery 924 is an initiative to enhance the Indianapolis art scene and support the work and the careers of central Indiana professional artists.
Gallery 924 provides a professional exhibition space worthy of high-level curated solo and group shows. The end goal of the space is to push forward the careers of central Indiana mid-career and established artists, enabling them to build their professional resume and seek opportunities regionally and nationally. The space also seeks to give emerging and newly successful artists an opportunity to be a part of a professional group exhibition that will enable them to grow towards their first solo show.
A thriving gallery scene where all talented artists at every stage in their careers have the opportunity to be represented and show their work in a professional setting.
Garfield Park Arts Center
The Garfield Park Arts Center, part of Indy Parks & Recreation, engages visitors in diverse, artistic and cultural exhibitions, arts classes, and special events. It features performing arts spaces, visual arts galleries, classrooms, and a literary arts library.
The Garfield Park Arts Center strives to inspire and build a community of arts learners, leaders, and organizations.
Indy Parks Mission:
We connect communities by providing places and experiences that inspire healthy living, social engagement, and a love of nature.
The GPAC was originally called the Community House and was built in 1922. It was designed to look like a picnic shelter with enclosed walls, high ceilings, and fireplaces at each end. In 1930 a large swimming pool was located in the area that is currently the GPAC parking lot. At that time, the Community House was used as a locker room and recreation center. In 1990 the pool was removed and replaced by the Aquatic Center that is now located at the Burrello Family Center.
In 2006 the Community House was remodeled and enlarged using a $2.7 million grant to become the Garfield Park Arts Center. The 8,000 square foot facility now houses a multi-use performing arts space, an exhibition hall, visual and production arts classrooms, recording studio, a literary arts library, and a rehearsal room.
General Public Collective
General Public is an artist-run project space and concept shop dedicated to sharing ideas through exhibitions, performances and original works of art.
Hancock County Arts Council: Twenty North Gallery
Hancock County Arts provides leadership for the creative community by encouraging, celebrating, and promoting arts and culture throughout Hancock County Indiana. The council is based in an art gallery in downtown Greenfield and hosts new art exhibits, workshops, and arts-related meetings throughout the year.
HCA is a 501(c)3 organization supported by grants, memberships, and volunteers.
Herron School of Art and Design
Herron School of Art and Design is a professional art school committed to increasing the visual literacy of the entire community through a rigorous arts curriculum and a variety of programs including international travel, gallery exhibitions, Saturday School, Summer Honors Art Program, Youth Art Camp and the Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Herron's size, range of offerings and location in downtown Indianapolis create unique opportunities for individuals to develop their respective artistic visions.
Gallery — The Herron Galleries provide Herron and IUPUI students, faculty and the community-at-large with first-hand exposure to contemporary works of art created by regional, national and international artists.
High Frequency Arts
4,000 square foot contemporary fine art gallery and creative incubator opening Fall 2018, located in the Nickel Plate District of Fishers.
Our beautiful modern & versatile space is available for private rental. Located on the second floor of the MasterStation Building, the gallery has it’s own private door access, catering space, conference spaces and outdoor balcony. We are located in the heart of the Nickel Plate District close to restaurants, hotels and entertainment venues.
For more information on the gallery and event rental please check out our website at www.highfrequencyarts.com or contact us at email@example.com
We are pre-booking now for corporate or holiday events.
Hoy Polloy Art Gallery
Established in 2018. Minority owned contemporary art gallery located on the near east side of Indianapolis. Open every first friday from 6-9 pm, monthly event programming, and by private appointment.
iMOCA at The Murphy
Founded in 2001 by a group of arts benefactors and enthusiasts, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA) began as – and still remains – Indianapolis’ only museum dedicated solely to showing and advancing contemporary art. As a non-collecting institution, iMOCA’s mission is to bring contemporary exhibitions and programs to the Indianapolis community to stimulate minds, inspire new discoveries and demonstrate the vital connections between visual culture and life.
Prior to having a dedicated space, iMOCA operated as a “museum without walls,” mounting exhibitions throughout Indianapolis at venues including the Stutz, Herron School of Art and Design, and Key Cinemas. In 2004, iMOCA found a home in the historic Emelie Building in the Indiana Avenue Cultural District, thanks to the generosity of local law firm Katz and Korin, PC. In 2009, iMOCA moved into the Murphy Building in the heart of Fountain Square. The move placed the museum in an actively revitalizing area and iMOCA became inseparable from the thriving Fountain Square art scene. In October 2014, iMOCA entered into a partnership with Buckingham Companies and Buckingham Foundation to program a gallery space in The Alexander Hotel at CityWay.
iMOCA strives to present artwork that increases the understanding and appreciation of contemporary visual culture, provoking dialogue and encouraging the discovery that art is all around us. The museum supports a wide variety of emerging and mid-career artists through innovative exhibitions and audience engagement. Artist talks, workshops and other programming offer unique points of entry into the world of contemporary art. By offering free admission, iMOCA prides itself on accessibility.
Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites
Indiana State Museum houses exhibits on the science, art, culture, and history of Indiana from prehistoric times up to the present day. The museum is also the site of the state’s largest IMAX screen.
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