November 30th, 2015

Indianapolis: Streetside, Genna Pianki

by Pam Allee

Come to the City Gallery this Friday night and check out Indianapolis painter Genna Pianki‘s exhibit, Indianapolis: Streetside. On entering the gallery, the first thing you will notice is Pianki’s rich use of color–surprising to find in paintings that depict, among other things, abandoned buildings in industrial areas. Working from photographs, the artist streamlines the images, focusing […]

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November 25th, 2015

Noblesville City Suppers

by cgindy

by Luis Ruvalcaba This year’s City Supper was bigger and better than last years. While the meal remained largely unchanged (chili and mac and cheese) the group expanded to include friends from neighboring towns in addition to new friends from our neighborhood that we hadn’t known before. This year also included two new babies among the […]

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November 17th, 2015

Next to the Water, Brandon Lott

by cgindy

Listen here.   It’s more place-based music from singer/songwriter Brandon Lott. Lott tells us this tune is about falling in love on the canal. We’re in love with this song! Listen here to “Next to the Water.” Click here for more place-based music celebrating Indy.

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November 13th, 2015

City Suppers in Herron Morton

by cgindy

by Rachael Luther As a temporary resident of Indianapolis, the opportunity to host a few friends at my interim home was graciously provided to me by my host family, Kevin and Amy Hern. Though they were off to a city supper themselves, they eagerly allowed me to act as though their home was my own.  […]

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November 11th, 2015

City Suppers in Upper Canal

by cgindy

by Molly Senders When I saw that Harrison Center for the Arts was hosting a City Suppers Indy event, I immediately signed up. Nothing makes me happier or makes me feel more connected to my friends than having them gathered around a table, enjoying good food, good wine, and great stories. Though it’s not necessary […]

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November 2nd, 2015

Courtland Blade’s Indy

by Pam Allee

Come to the City Gallery this Friday and see Indianapolis through the eyes of painter Courtland Blade. This artist might seem an unlikely choice for a gallery that features place-based art. Blade is actually best known for his conceptual work that studies “areas not significant enough to be regarded as a place”–parking garages, corporate hallways and grocery aisles that have […]

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