Monthly Archives: December 2012

Moments of Thaw

It’s hard to know where to begin describing the work Tasha Lewis has created for her upcoming show, Moments of Thaw.  With such an unusual combination of processes and construction, one is struck, initially, by the sheer novelty of the … Continue reading

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Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art

Did you know Indianapolis is host to one of the top ranked contemporary Native art collections in the world?  It’s a museum unique to the Midwest and one of two east of the Mississippi. This city of ours is nearly … Continue reading

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Just For Fun

Top ten reasons to support the Harrison Center with a donation to our annual fund: Ten fun things that happened at the Harrison Center in 2012, in no particular order: 10. Goats.  And this cow.  What?  Great local art AND … Continue reading

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The History of the Harrison Center

As you walk though the halls of the Harrison Center for the Arts this First Friday for our show Nottingham Forest: Hanging of the Green (December 7, 6-10pm), take a step back.  We are no ordinary, contemporary art gallery. We … Continue reading

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