Artists Process Social

March 1 - March 30

When we experience art, we often times see work that has been edited, scrutinized, altered, and adjusted to bring us a finished piece ready for consumption. But what do we know about the artist's process? In the Artist Process, we will examine the artist's work from concept to completion, exploring the work of some of Indianapolis' best known visual, literary, and performing artists.


Lois Main Templeton, visual (painter) (inspiration for this show)
Barb Shoup, literary (novelist)
Susan Koper, dance (choreography)
A. Paul Johnson, music (composer)
Paula Dione Ingram, music (opera and cabaret)
Katie Hudnall, visual (sculpture)
Wendell Lowe, visual (painting)
Steve Nyktas, visual (digital and photography)
Kasey May, visual (digital)
Pat Mack, visual (sculpture)
Reagan Furqueron, visual (sculpture)
Michael Mirabile, visual (printmaker)
Jacinda Russell, visual (conceptual)
Morgan Hauth, visual (drawing)

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December 1, 2017 - January 5, 2018
Gallery hours: M-F 9am - 5pm, Thursdays 9am- 6pm
Holiday hours: The Gallery will close at noon on Friday, December 22nd and re-open on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 9am.

TINY VI: The Year of Vonnegut at Gallery 924​ ​includes hundreds of small pieces of original art​ ​created by over 100 central Indiana artists. Much of this year's TINY art is inspired by or based upon Indy's own Kurt Vonnegut.​ ​You will find art in all media, all styles, all 6​"​ x 6​"​ x​ ​6​" or smaller​ ​with prices ranging from $15 - $400. TINY is the perfect time for first-time art buyers to start a collection or for seasoned gallery goers to purchase holiday gifts and discover new artists.

This year marks the first ever themed TINY show. In celebration of the city-wide Year of Vonnegut, we asked artists to allow the life and work of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. to inspire their submissions this year. The resulting work has been incredible. Some artwork is an obvious reference to the theme and others are much more layered and nuanced. Whether you are a die hard Vonnegut fan or just an art lover, you will find something intriguing in this year's TINY exhibition.

Parking is available in the lot south of our building or along the street. 

Artwork pickup: If you purchased artwork and would like to pick it up before we close for the holiday break, you may stop by:
Wednesday, December 20 from 9am - 5pm
Thursday, December 21 from 9am - 6pm
Friday, December 22 from 9am - noon
Or you may pick up the work once the show closes January 8 - 12 from 9am - 5pm.


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November 3-21, 2017

Ivy Tech Community College began its Fine Arts and Visual Communications program in 2006. What started as a few art appreciation classes quickly blossomed into a robust selection of courses including art history, design, sculpture, painting and drawing, printmaking, visual communication and more. The highlight of the program is the talented faculty of working studio artists taken directly from the Indianapolis arts community. Join us this month as we highlight and celebrate these working artists who help build our community through their own artwork as well as teaching the next generation of artists.

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October 6-27, 2017

Gallery Hours:  M-F 1-5 or by appointment. To make an appointment, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Exploring the gray area between consciousness and subconsciousness, Keith Hampton re-interprets the early 20th century practice of automatic drawing and adapts it to his flowing, organic, yet highly refined and controlled new work which he refers to as Automaticae. The work encompasses the artist’s own desire to explore a semi-conscious state while necessarily existing in a mindful wakefulness. The results offer layered intersections of lines, spacial relationships, and upended palettes that reference their automatic drawing roots, but finish somewhere much more direct and polished. Hampton utilized this process to create new work in the form of drawings, paintings, small ceramic sculpture, and large-scale installation to create an all encompassing new body of work.

For a look into the artist's process take a look at this video made by the artist. Learn more about Keith J. Hampton at his website

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Contemporary Glass from the Heartland

September 1-16

In addition to normal gallery hours, Gallery 924 will be open on
Saturday, September 16, 10 - 2 pm

Gallery 924 is proud to once again host the annual Indiana Glass Arts Alliance juried exhibition to recognize some of the best glass artists working in the Midwest. The goal of the exhibition is to enhance the development and recognition of Indiana’s glass artists and to increase awareness of glass as a fine art medium. The show includes a diverse selection of glass artwork including traditional vessels to more contemporary sculptural forms from artists all over the Midwest.

Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis provides a mixture of programming that highlights central Indiana contemporary artists in curated solo and group shows. Gallery 924 is a member of IDADA.


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M-F 9-5pm and until 6pm on Thursdays

August 4 - 25, 2017

Kuntz is part of a generation of artists who grew up in the Internet age, a generation that from birth has been bombarded with visuals and advertisements. These visuals are rife with meaning, but have become void of consequence due to their overwhelming and pervasive nature in everyday life. Kuntz explores this visual chaos to examine how these images have structured his own values system as well as that of a generation of Americans. He considers this new work through the lens of various social issues including gender roles, masculinity, violence, excessive wealth, and death. The large scale paintings include realistic renderings of some of the most iconic images from his childhood composed in a seemingly disorderly collage style. By utilizing the layering advantages of acrylic, and the saturation and deep modeling potential of oils, this body of work looks to mimic the cacophonous noise of everyday life.


June July 2017 Beckmann Postcard LL UPDATE | 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.

Thank you to our funders

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Clowes Charitable Foundation