Watercolors by Rebecca Brody
In the Mickey Shook Gallery
opening Reception July 29, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
through September 25, 2016
2016 Indiana Artists Members Exhibition
September 23 - November 27, 2016
The exhibit is held every fall at locations that rotate each year. This exhibit was last held at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette in 2010.
Indiana Artistsis a juried artist organization. Formerly known as the Indiana Artists Club, it was founded in 1917 by 46 prominent artists, including such notables as T. C. Steele, William Forsyth, Otto Stark, Carl Graf, Wayman Adams, Marie Goth, Clifton Wheeler, and Randolph Coats. The purpose of the organization is to hold statewide exhibitions and demonstrations. Since its inception, Indiana Artists has held the Annual Juried Exhibition every spring at the Indianapolis Museum of Art as well as the fall Member Exhibit at rotating Indiana locations. The Member Exhibit features a wide variety of styles and mediums both contemporary and traditional and is always a refreshing feast for the eyes. Most works of art are available for purchase during this exhibit.
For more information about Indiana Artists please visit www.indianaartists.org.
On the Shoulders of Ancestors: the Art of Willis Bing Davis
Dec. 16, 2016 through Feb. 26, 2017
sponsored by: Purdue University Black Cultural Center
New Artists 2017
March 9, through April 14, 2017
This is the 38th year that the Art Museum has hosted this juried exhibition of artists from area high schools. Tri Kappa organizes the show and provides cash prizes for selected works. Sponsored by: The Art League
Making it in Crafts III
May 12, through August 27, 2017
This biennial exhibition, guest curated by Jim Sondgeroth, will feature the over 60 prominent and award winning professional craft artists who work in clay, glass, metal, wood and fiber. These American and International artists have each been invited to participate and all of the works will be for sale.
September 22, through November 26, 2017 “Endangered Species” by Justin LaDoux. Justin’s exhibit of over 40 full-sized animals created from discarded materials and depicted in environments related to the illegal poaching and trading of endangered species. This exhibition was first exhibited in front of the Gerald Ford Museum in Grand Rapids Michigan during ArtPrize 2016. All works will be for sale.