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Current Exhibitions

Comics & Code

 

Comics & Code
Oct. 25, 2014–Jan. 10, 2015
Hyndman Gallery
Opening Reception Nov. 7, 5-8 pm

Comics & Code will explore the contemporary relationships between words and images through comic illustration, objects and animation. This invited group of artists will feature innovative stories that address the impact on culture through personal, political, social and gender issues.  These cultural gatekeepers reach far beyond genre borderlines to express complex and compelling stories. Exhibiting artists are Turtel Onli (co-curator), Juan Arevalo, Jun Ogasawara, Paul E. Schultz, Corey Roc Bottom  Davis, Philo Barnhart, Sean McGuinness, Cory Hamscher, Gina Wynbrandt, and Arie Monroe. 

Special thanks to our sponors: 

The News-Dispatch     NIPSCO

 

It’s Not Just Your Sunday Comic’s Strip

 

It's Not Just Your Sunday Comic Strip
Oct. 25, 2014–Jan. 10, 2015
Brincka-Cross & Northview Galleries
Opening Reception Nov. 7, 5-8 pm (CST)

It's Not Just Your Sunday Comic Strip features selected original comic art work from the private collection of Paul Pettigrew. Over 20 years of collecting original signed works from some of the most influential comic artists in the business.

 

Sunrise/Sunset: Interpretations of Dawn and Dusk in Oil

Sunrise/Sunset: Interpretations of Dawn and Dusk in Oil
Area Artists Association - Laurie Schirmer Carpenter
Nov. 1 - Nov. 30, 2014
NIPSCO Small Art Education Studio
Opening Reception Nov. 7, 2014, 5-8pm


Sunrise/Sunset: Interpretations of Dawn and Dusk In Oil are paintings by Area Artists Association's Laurie Schirmer Carpenter. Carpenter explains, "Sunrises and sunsets have many different meanings for each or us.  Sailors see red sky at morning as a warning and red sky at night as serenity.  Lovers see sunsets as romance.  Sunrise begins the optimistic “first day of the rest of your life”.  Sunset can be the end to a glorious day or the harbinger of “things that go bump in the night”.  Both have metaphorical meanings in art, literature, music and film, especially concerning birth and death.  All ancient mythologies have particular gods and goddesses of dawn and dusk.  I thought about these different interpretations and our universal attraction to these times of day while creating these oil paintings.  There is mystery and promise and order in these fleeting moments and trying to capture them in paint is a frustrating, yet fulfilling, endeavor."

 

MCAS Teacher Exhibit

Inspired: Inspire
MCAS Teacher Exhibit

Nov. 14, 2014 – Dec. 28, 2014
NIPSCO Large Art Education Studio
Opening Reception Dec. 5, 2014

A show featuring artwork by MCAS art teachers. Karrie Harbart explains the title of the show: “We are inspired through our own work and we use that inspiration to inspire our students.” Exhibiting artists include: Holly Beadles, Sue Cleveland, Rita Cochran, Jean Everspaugh, Thomas Friend, Karrie Harbart, Sandra Kedo, Sherry Loving, Lynn Mitchels, Kelly Tokoly-Rothermel, Susanne Vigen, and Cheri Whitler.

 

 

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