Stutz Artists Association Events
A special art exhibit designed to celebrate the 100th running of the Indy 500. "Fast Forward, Look Back" will include art and artifacts from the archives of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum rarely seen in public, as well as local artists' contemporary work featuring the sport of racing. more...
100th Running Porch Party!
In honor of the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500, the Stutz Artist Association is proud to host a personalized Porch Party - a neighborhood gathering to foster civic pride and engagement in Indiana's signature event. Light snacks and beverages provided by 12.05 Distillery and Fountain Square Brewery, a talk by Derek Daly, and live music by Gordon Brooks. more...
Photos Display during Closing Reception, Friday, May 27, 5-9 pm
The Stutz Artists Association received a grant from the 500 Gives Back program to sponsor photo workshops for 10 students from IPS #114. Photos created by IPS students will be on display at the closing reception on Friday, May 27, 5-9 pm. more...
The Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery is Number 30
Repurposing pieces of the iconic 97 foot scoring pylon that towered over the front straightaway of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from 1994-2014 and distributing them around Indianapolis. more...
"Music and Martini's for Mutts" Gallery Exhibition - June 3 – 24
Opening reception June 3, 5-9 pm
"Obsolete ARTifacts: Recycled Parts" Gallery Exhibition - July 8 - 29
Opening reception July 1 from 5-9 pm
Exhibition and event in partnership with Sun King Brewery
"Coming Back Home: 20th Anniversary of the Stutz Residency Program" Gallery Exhibition - August 5 - 26
Art exhibition featuring former Stutz residents
Opening reception and Open Studios August 5 from 5-9 pm
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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.