Stutz Artists Association Events
Sixteen local artists have found a way to turn recycled and obsolete technology into works of art. Hard drives, cassette tapes, old phones, cable wires, an old sewing machine – old and obsolete items that have been recycled and transformed into remarkable art that will be on display at the Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery July 8-29.
Exhibition and event in partnership with Sun King Brewery. more...
Enjoy the creative energy! Open Studios at the Stutz continues in August. First Friday Open Studios offer the visitor a perfect opportunity to learn more about the creative process. Explore the historic Stutz building and watch the artists at work. more...
Opening reception August 5, 5:00 - 9:00 pm
Exhibition open M-F from 11 am - 2 pm through August 26
The Stutz Artists Association will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Residency Program with a special exhibition that brings together the art and artists inspired by the city's longest running grant for a working artists. "Coming Back Home: 20th Anniversary of the Stutz Residency Program" opens Friday, August 5, as part of the IDADA First Friday Art Tour. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be on view to the public Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. through August 26. more...
"Controlled Entropy" Gallery Exhibition
Opening Reception is September 2. 5-9 pm
This gallery exhibition will feature works by the 2015-16 Stutz Residency Grant Winners, Kristy Hughes and Jessica Springman. More information to come.
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The Stutz Artists Assocation hosts First Fridays monthly at the
Stutz Business Center in downtown Indianapolis. Visit with the artists,
ask questions, discuss commissions or just enjoy the buzz of creativity
that pervades this Indiana artistic enclave. The artists' studios are often
open from noon - 5:00 pm the first Friday of every month.
How To Find Us
The main entrance to the Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery and the Stutz artists studios is located in Blackhawk Alley which is accessible from West 10th Street (midway between Senate and Capital) and from Capital Avenue (midway between 10th and 11th Street). See the Google map below or get driving directions.