April 03, 2015
In honor of First Friday, shoppers can receive 10 percent off storewide at Third Street Habit. Stop by for a chance to win a Clare V. clutch and to have a drink.
Delve into alchemy -- which resembles modern cooking -- by re-creating recipes from the 16th and 17th centuries. Check out the culinary journey led by Ryan Whibbs and Donna Bilak and then visit the "Books of Secrets: Writing and Reading Alchemy" exhibit.
Indy Hall Arts hosts an opening reception for a new exhibit of the work of Kelsey Stoler. In her first solo exhibition, Stoler presents a series of studies and portraits using her unique style of line drawing.
Don't miss the opening reception for this new exhibit featuring Gregory Pretegord's work. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts alum focuses his eye on the gritty aspects of city life, using thick paint and mixed media to tell its story. His "New Impressionism" exhibit will be open through Saturday, April 25.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, this annual show of miniature artworks is a popular one. The Clay Studio gives artists a 4-inch acrylic cube to do what they will and the outcome is often surprising and exciting. Each of the small masterpieces is available for purchase by collectors and enthusiasts.
This exhibit is just what it sounds like: View tea cups and serving pieces created by contemporary ceramic artists in honor of the culinary tradition.
The National Liberty Museum's glass art department (yes, they have one of those) is hosting behind-the-scenes tours of their holdings. Guides will talk about how glass art was chosen for the museum and guests will go into spaces usually off-limits to the public.
The Al-Bustan Takht Ensemble, which mixes Western and Middle Eastern melodies, will perform for gallery-goers twice during the night and yummy snacks like lamb kabob and hummus will be available for purchase. A conservator-led talk on "Cézanne Uncovered: Two Sketches Revealed Through Conservation" rounds out the night.
Designer Alex Yampolsky dives into how navigation concepts could improve or change urban commuting. Part urban planning and part visual art, Yampolsky's debut AIGA exhibit studies everything from user interfaces to data visualization.
In a truly special performance, five experimental artists who work with film will create scores for each others work on the spot, totally improvised. Kate Watson-Wallace and King Britt have curated the group of artists which includes Natasha Kmeto, Tim Motzer, HPrizm, Cori Olinghouse and Kai Kleinbard.