The featured artists include Tony Radford, Latoya Marlin, Bruce Armstrong, Omar Rashan, Gary Gee, Stephen and Sherian Barnes, Rebecca Robinson, Courtney Porter, Saundra Jo Holiday (Mijiza) and Rev. Winterbourne Harrison-Jones.
The First Friday show includes a group installation piece entitled “Black Hollywood (the Good, the Bad and the Ugly)” as well as paintings, photography, sculpture and mixed media pieces. The collaborative group aims to inspire cultural evolution through artistic expression, and uplift and empower the artists of the next generation.
Complimentary snacks and beverages will be available during the First Friday opening, 6-9 p.m., when you can also tour Indiana Landmarks Center. Built as a Methodist church in the nineteenth century, the restored and adapted structure holds theaters and a reception hall in addition to the gallery and Indiana Landmarks’ headquarters.
WHAT: IDADA First Friday Art show, WE ARE 2.0: “Restoring the Culture”
WHO: WE ARE—Tony Radford, Latoya Marlin, Bruce Armstrong, Omar Rashan, Gary Gee, Stephen and Sherian Barnes, Rebecca Robinson, Courtney Porter, Saundra Jo Holiday (Mijiza) and Rev. Winterbourne Harrison-Jones
WHEN: 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, June 2, 2017
WHERE: Indiana Landmarks Center, Rapp Family Gallery, 1201 Central Ave., Indianapolis
COST: Admission is free
CONTACT: Mark Szobody, firstname.lastname@example.org
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