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Be a part of one of Indy's premiere art event! The Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House simply doesn't happen without our wonderful volunteers! It's time to sign up. Click here to visit the EventBright volunteer sign up page. more...
Two local artists from the Stutz Artists Association have teamed up for a two-person show titled, "Common Ground: Breaking Out of Tradition: New work by Linette Bledsoe and Ritch Hanna." Together, Bledsoe and Hanna will bring the viewer beyond the traditional paint on canvas, and into a world of different textures and mediums, which all come together to form beautiful yet contemporary abstract art. The gallery is open Monday through Friday, 11 am - 2 pm or by appointment. more...
The "First Peek" gallery exhibition opening reception will be held on Friday, April 3, 2015 from 5:00-9:00 pm. This exibition features work from more than 50 of the Stutz Artists participating in the 22nd Annual Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House. more...
More than 70 artists will open their studios to visitors during the two-day event. It is not only an opportunity to see the work of 70 local artists in one place at one time, it is a chance to see where and how the work is created. Artwork ranges from paintings, drawings and photography, to sculpture, jewelry and furniture.
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Cheryl Anne Lorance and Marna Shopoff
Cheryl Anne Lorance and Marna Shopoff have been selected as the 2014-2015 Stutz Artists Residents, which entitles them to free studio space and utilities in the Stutz Building for one year. Valued at $6,000 per artist, the residency is one of the largest grants to an individual artist in the state.
Washroom, Loo, the "Smallest Room," whatever you call it, we need it!
Right now whenever the Gallery is open, the whole first floor of the Stutz has to be open to allow our visitors access to a bathroom that's all the way on the other side of the building. This limits our open hours and adds the expense of hiring security to our reception costs. We want to renovate a small closet in our gallery space and turn it into a bathroom. (Actually, we think it was originally a bathroom, from back when the Stutz was still a car factory!) Click here to make your donation today.