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Collectors' Night: Thursday, November 1,  5 - 8 pm

First Friday: Friday, November 2,  6 - 9 pm

Rituals permeate daily life. From the mundane, automatic rituals of preparing for the day, to the more challenging ones that require more thought, energy, and dedication. As a professor of Art at Wabash College, artist Gregory Huebner has been teaching Native American culture and ritual for twenty years. In Native American ritual, a shaman will call upon elements in the spirit world and make the unseen visible through expressions like song and dance to bring forth healing to an individual or society. Huebner approaches his paintings with a similar lens. He uses abstraction to create visualizations of his own personal rituals that have required his thoughtful, focused participation. These artistic offerings are meant to allow the viewer to reflect on physical, spiritual, and mental harmony in society as well as their own lives.


Collectors' Night:
Thursday, October 4,  5 - 8 pm

First Friday: Friday, October 5,  6 - 9 pm

 McKenzie Nickolson currently focuses on creating small works embroidered on pieced grosgrain ribbon, with meditative stitching and imagery documenting various scenes in her life. Likewise, Richard Emery Nickolson, is working small, translating his drawings made from observations on site during their travels into meticulously crafted watercolor paintings. Both are inspired by patterns they are encountering together: historic buildings, Native American petroglyphs, European portraiture, and Amish quilts are just a few of their sources. They rarely exhibit together, so this is a particularly special opportunity to compare their complementary, yet very different, styles.

Throughout their marriage, the Nickolsons have worked in different media, but the art they create independently follows parallel tracks based on the way each experiences and interprets the world - both as individuals and through their shared history.

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Collectors' Night: Thursday, September 6, 2018

First Friday: Friday, September 7, 2018

In 2017, the Arts Council of Indianapolis partnered with the DeHaan Family Foundation to create the DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award for the purpose of honoring Indianapolis-based contemporary visual artists with grants of up to $10,000 each for aspirational projects.

This September, Gallery 924 presents a curated group  exhibition of the inaugural recipients: Philip Campbell, Shawn Causey, Nhat Tran, and Lauren Zoll. Each artist has pushed their work in new dynamic ways, embodying the goals of the program which include a high tolerance for risk and exploration.

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August 2 - 30, 2018

Collectors' Night - Thursday, August 2, 5 pm - 8 pm

First Friday - Friday, August 3, 6 pm - 9 pm

This month, Gallery 924 shares the work of the House Life Project (HLP), a community of artists and neighbors that was active on the Near Eastside between 2015 and 2017. Through artistic practice and community collaboration, the HLP used abandoned houses as sites for addressing neighborhood change and expanding the creative landscape in Indianapolis.

We’re Open, Come In is an inclusive and welcoming space that invites visitors to learn about the HLP, its methods, and its community. Through an array of artworks and interactive installations, the exhibition will spark conversations about neighborliness, housing inequity, and the ways in which art can and can’t facilitate social justice.

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May 31st - July 20, 2018,

Collectors' Night - Thursday, May 31, 5 pm - 8 pm
First Friday Art Tour - Friday, June 1, 6 pm - 9 pm

Gallery 924 presents The Young Collectors Show II. Bring your little ones and join us as we celebrate the magical experience that can happen when young minds experience art for the first time. Expect to see beautiful, whimsical, intriguing, and thoughtful artwork by 32 central Indiana contemporary artists. This exhibition is curated and installed especially for the enjoyment and appreciation of 3 - 12 year old children. All artwork will be for sale including many pieces that will be offered as prints or reproductions as a way to encourage young art lovers to buy their first artwork. Each child who attends the opening reception will receive a special gift to help them learn more about the artists and artwork in the exhibition.

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May 3 - May 25, 2018

Collectors' Night - May 3, 5 pm - 8 pm
First Friday Art Tour - May 4, 6 pm - 9 pm

Lesley Baker is best known for her contemporary ceramic sculpture featuring small hybrid animals and familiar forms layered with appropriated images of natural and cultural references. By using ceramics to represent preciousness, raw materials, and history, the various altered natural forms are meant to ask the viewer to look more closely at the world around them. The fauna and flora are the innocents represented in the work not quite understanding the changes that are happening to them and around them. Much like how we are presented information through mass media, the true message is not always obvious. There is always uncertainty as to whether the message is ultimately good or bad. In her first Gallery 924 solo exhibition, Baker will share new work related to her animal hybrids, decorative plate forms with text and decals, and new experimental sound works.

Baker is an associate professor of art at Herron School of Art + Design and a 2013 Arts Council of Indianapolis Creative Renewal Arts Fellow.

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April 5 - 28, 2018

Collectors' Night - April 5, 5 pm - 8 pm
First Friday Art Tour - April 6, 6 pm - 9 pm

Clay sculptor Andrew Perry Davis looks for the absurd in the everyday. Inspired by his first job working in a flea market, his favorite flea market finds were ones that defied quick or easy interpretation. Artifacts and antique toys inspire many of the forms he sculpts in his art practice. Alongside ceramic vessels that reference an unusual mix of time periods and cultures, you will find more intimate sculptures that reference a more recent past in the form of well-worn plush dolls. Traveling through this alternate history you will find statues of animal gods, commemorative vessels, and petrified carnival prizes blending the familiar with the historical. Elements that at first seem to be contradictory are a prompt for the viewer to play with their own references and interpretations.

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