Author Archives: Jonathan Frey
In January, I had the honor of joining Indianapolis based non-profit, OBAT Helpers in Bangladesh. I traveled throughout the country with OBAT’s founder, Anwar Khan, to document photo stories and the work that they are doing throughout the country. OBAT … Continue reading
The Glass of Wine, Johannes Vermeer (1658) Imagine with me the music website Pandora for a moment. New music comes your way based on whether you positively or negatively rate a particular band or musical artist. If you like Stevie … Continue reading
The Harrison Center has been so fortunate to enjoy generous support from the community over the years. We recently received a donation to our annual fund from frequent First Friday attendees (and sometime exhibitor–Lon is a painter), Lon Hall and … Continue reading
Friday, February 1st at the Harrison Center for the Arts comes our latest show, Black Light. In collaboration with many artists from around the city, Black Light is a celebration of Black History Month. Now celebrated officially for thirty-seven years, … Continue reading
Terra Central, print by Artur Silva America. How do you define it? It’s not easily defined, let alone described. It’s multifaceted, complicated, requires reflection, and is a fluid idea and experience. Yet, there are main tenants that run through it, … Continue reading
In the Harrison Gallery, Annex, Gallery No. 2 and Hank & Dolly’s – group show featuring work from over 75 artists! In the City Gallery – new work by Erin K. Drew.
Paintings and drawings by Chicago artist, Jason Brammer in the Harrison Gallery. In the City Gallery – new work byHeather Vickers. In Hank & Dolly’s Gallery – Katrina Murray and Molly Cheesman. In the Gallery Annex – Mary Schnellbacher, Abby Jesch.