December 27th, 2013

City Gallery’s 2013 Top 10

by Emily Vanest

In the spirit of end-of-year “Best of” lists, we thought we’d share our own City Gallery top 10.  In 2013, our staff, artists and friends have been . . . 10. Creative Placemaking — In June, we received our first national level grant and the largest grant we’ve received to date when we were selected […]

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December 21st, 2013

Exciting opportunities for urban Indy living

by Emily Vanest

Hendricks Park The holidays are one of the times I most appreciate living in a great downtown neighborhood.  For our family, the season starts with the annual Bates-Hendricks Neighborhood Christmas party. My kids look forward to seeing the Arsenal Tech High School show choir perform while eating unseemly amounts of dessert.  We sing around the […]

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December 9th, 2013

Art School Student Finds Pleasant Surprises in Urban Indy

by Emily Hinkel

When Jennifer Jackson moved to Indianapolis to attend art school, she was pleasantly surprised in more ways than one. Surprise number one came when she stumbled upon the Harrison Center for the Arts, and it was that day that she was introduced to Joanna Taft, director of City Gallery, who immediately helped her to get plugged […]

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December 6th, 2013

New work by Jed Dorsey

by Emily Vanest

My Friend, My Brother In the City Gallery, we show “place-based” art which tells the story of our Indianapolis urban neighborhoods.  Every month, a different artist inspires us with what they see and find in our city.  This month, Arsenal Heights resident, Jed Dorsey, returns to the City Gallery with rich impressions of urban Indy […]

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