‘Hosted in partnership with the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Newfields Contemporary Arts Society, IndyHub, the Indianapolis Urban League Exchange Young Professionals Group and Rokh, we present exclusive artist studio tours for the summer of 2019. This is your opportunity to see inside the working studios of internationally renowned creators who live and practice in Indianapolis, learn about their creative process, see their work and inspirations, and become a renewed lover of the Arts. Tours guided by the artist themselves, with an open q/a, and demonstrations when available.
Tours are free and open to the public but registration is required as space is limited. Addresses will be shared upon RSVP.
The July tour features Shamira Wilson, an interdisciplinary visual artist.
Shamira creates minimal abstract art that explores the repeat patterns of textile motifs. Her work alludes to the storytelling qualities found in narrative textiles. Fusing similarities in the language of graphic design, textiles, furniture, and architecture, her compositions express impressions left by the contemporary domestic, built, and natural landscape. Learn more about Shamira Wilson here.
Deadline to register is July 29, 2019 by 5p.
RSVP here: https://imastudiotour6.eventbrite.com’
Cat Head Press 10 E. Grand Opening and Create Indy Launch Event
‘Join us for the Grand Opening of our Printmaking Design Center and Printmaking Retail Store on East 10th Street as a part of the 10 East Art + Design District. Learn about our custom printmaking services and offerings, and shop our new retail store featuring the work of our Create Indy project artists.
Featured Create Indy Artists:
Claire Sweitzer Hawkins
There is street parking and parking available on the south side of the Clifford Corners Building.
Our Generous Supporters:
Our second location on East 10th Street is made possible by a grant from the John Boner Neighborhood Centers through funding provided by Lilly Endowment’s Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation grant program.
Create Indy project support was made possible by the City of Indianapolis Cultural Initiatives Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation. ‘