Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship 10 Year Retrospective
| M-F 9-5pm and until 6pm on Thursdays
This show has been extended through Friday, July 28!
The Arts Council of Indianapolis and Gallery 924 celebrate ten years of Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. Emerging Artist Fellows with a multi-disciplinary retrospective featuring the work of former and current fellows.
The exhibition will feature the work of Emily Budd (sculptor), Derrick Carter (painter), Kathryn Barnes Dart (painter), Kyle Herrington (painter), Cindy Hinant (installation & video artist), Diane Lewis (poet), Amelia Morris (photographer), Kassim Norris (filmmaker), Kate Oberreich (painter), Ash Robinson (public artist), Eric Salazar (musician), and Jessica Ucul (photographer).
Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. was a founding board member of the Arts Council of Indianapolis in 1987. He was an active arts advocate, patron, a performing and visual artist, as well as a community leader. Upon his death in 2001, he bequeathed funds to the Arts Council for the creation of a fellowship program to support emerging artists of all disciplines in central Indiana. It is through the lasting generosity of Robert D. Beckmann, Jr. that we offer this fellowship opportunity to emerging artists throughout central Indiana. Within the last 10 years the Arts Council has awarded Beckmann fellowships to musicians, dancers, theatre directors and lighting designers, painters, sculptors, installation artists, and poets.