Every year we get excited about the Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House – and this year is no different. With 65+ artists under one roof opening their studios and sharing their work it’s a great opportunity to see, shop and support Indiana artists. Artwork ranges from paintings, drawings and photography to sculpture, jewelry and furniture. We’ll have live music, food and beverages, and artists demonstrations. While Friday tends to be a high-energy party, Saturday is a little more laid back and a great day for families.
We’re extremely excited about two new events happening this year, including a special presentation by Sarah Urist Green and a grand tour of artisan cars. Join us Friday, April 29, 5:30-10:30 pm & Saturday, April 30, 2-7 pm. Discount tickets are available at Eventbrite. Children 12 and under are free. Friday attendees may attend again on Saturday for free, with ticket.
New This Year
How to Read Art – Saturday @ 4 pm: Come meet Sarah Urist Green, the creator and curator of the PBS program The Art Assignment as she explains How to Read Art on Saturday at 4 pm in the Car Room on the 2nd floor. The Art Assignment introduces you to alternative approaches to art-making and the most innovative minds in art today. Sarah is the former curator of contemporary art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Grand Tour of Artisan Autos: Here is your opportunity to see and learn about the vintage and collectible cars, which are on display in this former Stutz Motor Car factory during the Open House. Locations and descriptions of the cars, including the 1914 Stutz Bearcat, will be available at the event entrances.
Get your tickets today at Eventbrite.