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Forgotten – photo exhibit by Katie Basbagill, June 1 in Gallery No. 2

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

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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

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Black Light – February 2013

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

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The American Experience – Artur Silva

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

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New and improved!

Gallery annex under construction No, really, you don’t understand.  We love our building, but when we say the walls in our gallery annex are bad, we are not even joking.  Ask curator, Kyle Ragsdale what it is like trying to … Continue reading

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Gallery 2 – Creature Mythos

“Frame of Mind” by Stacey Holloway Perhaps we’ve dreamt or have imagined walking through a forest.  Perhaps it’s a magical forest where we anticipate meeting new friendly creatures or animals.  And intuitively somehow we know that these creatures can understand … Continue reading

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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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