October 30th, 2015

The Woman With the Very Pale Skin

by Pam Allee

Listen here. Boo! On this eve of Halloween, we bring you Brandon Lott’s latest place-based musical offering, a timely ghost of a tale called “The Woman With the Very Pale Skin.” Lott tells us that for this song, he imagined the visitation of an alien, the pale-skinned woman of the song’s title, on a cold night in Fall Creek […]

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October 27th, 2015

Billboard Hoops

by Andrew Christenberry

We’d like to draw your attention to the latest installment of the City Gallery’s billboard series, now on display at the intersection of 16th and Delaware, and this time it’s accompanied by an exciting invitation. The billboard, which features a Kyle Ragsdale painting entitled “Hula Hoops,” portrays a group of young people hooping in the HCA gymnasium. This […]

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October 22nd, 2015

Boss Tweed

by Kipp Normand

  Those of you who are up on these things will know that Indianapolis was once a Mecca of Bicycling. Yes, indeed, the Great Bicycle Craze of the 1890s was in full flower right here in our fair city. Indianapolis was home to many bicycle manufacturers and dealers, and over the 20 years between 1890 […]

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October 14th, 2015

City Suppers Return!

by Emily Vanest

The City Gallery, in partnership with the Harrison Center for the Arts, Urban Times, Downtown Indy and Indiana Humanities, invites you to be part of our second annual “City Supper” on Sunday, November 8. You can make a pot of soup and invite neighbors to “bring a bowl and a side” or invite neighbors on […]

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October 6th, 2015

Brandon Lott’s “Run to the Sun”

by cgindy

Listen to Brandon Lott’s “Run to the Sun” HERE. In his own words, resident singer/songwriter Brandon Lott tells us that his latest song, “Run to the Sun,”is about my connection to the Monon Trail. It’s an uplifting piece that encourages everyone to run towards the bigger goals we have in life. At the same time, […]

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October 2nd, 2015

Indianapolis Saved on Canvas: New Work by Vivian Gladden and Morris Kurz

by Andrew Christenberry

This month, the City Gallery presents a show, fashioned in the collaborative spirit of the urban Indy community, which captures the nuanced vantage points of our city by the brushes of Vivian Gladden and Morris Kurz. ATT Building, Vivian Gladden “I’ve worked at art and educating myself always,” Gladden said. “[For me] ‘always’ means working […]

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