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December 2022-January 2023 | TINY XI
First Friday Opening Reception: December 2 | 6-9 p.m.
TINY XI is Gallery 924’s most popular show of the year. It’s an exhibition + an art fair: Shop for creative holiday gifts made by local artists, or add to your own art collection, while sipping festive drinks and mingling with other art lovers. Here’s what to know before you go: TINY XI features 500+ original artworks: Paintings, works on paper, fiber art, interactive art, and more. The best gifts come in small packages: All TINY XI artworks are 6”x6”x6” or smaller–and typically sell for $100 or less. Your purchase will suppo...
October-November 2022 | Color Theory 111
Art meets numerology at Color Theory 111, an "intuition exhibition" guest curated by Gary Gee that features the artworks of 16 Indianapolis-based artists with vibrant, distinctive styles.
Numerology is the mystical relationship between a number and coinciding events. The number 111 is thought to indicate that one is manifesting their dreams and desires. According to Gee, “111 represents the intuition that encourages you to keep following your spirit. It lets you know that you’re on the right path. Just listen to your gut and heart.”
August-September 2022 | DeHaan Artists of Distinction
Through September 22: sculptures, works on paper, photography, and textiles by Indiana-based artists who are pushing their careers in dynamic new ways. The DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award program, which expanded statewide in 2021, supports contemporary visual artists with grants of up to $10,000. This year’s artists include:
July 29, 2022 | Nothing Lasts Forever: Brad Ford Bell
Nothing Lasts Forever is a one-night only event at Gallery 924 at the Indy Arts Council showcasing recent ceramic work by Brad Ford Bell. “I have always been fascinated by the effect of time on objects. How entropy can surprise and delight, even as it destroys.” The event will explore strength, fragility, and the beauty of things falling apart.
Brad Ford Bell is an Indianapolis-based photographer who has branched into ceramics and event art in recent years. As with his photography, he uses the medium of clay to explore the fleeting, ephemeral nature of time and the impermanence of objects in an ever-changing world.
924 N. Pennsylvania St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Gallery 924 is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and by appointment.
- Free parking available across the street in the Lucille Raines Residences parking lot and at metered parking on Pennsylvania Street.
- Cultural Trail adjacent & conveniently located on IndyGo route 39 and three blocks from the Red Line (9th & Capitol Ave).