Stutz Residency Winners: Past and Present
Opens December 7, 2007
The Stutz Artists Association will open the first exhibition showcasing the work of current and past recipients of the Stutz Studio Residency Program on December 7, 2007.
"Stutz Residency Winners: Past and Present" will feature paintings, photography and sculpture by current residents Jay Parnell and Ginny Taylor Rosner, as well as last year's residents David Kleeman and Kate Oberreich. Parnell is a figurative oil painter, Taylor Rosner is a photographer and printmaker of interior spaces, Kleeman is a sculptor, and Oberreich is a painter.
The exhibition opening will be on December 7 from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Visit the exhibition from December 8 through January 6 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment.
Enjoy the art at the Stutz Business Center, 1060 N. Capitol Avenue, Studio B150 (first floor, B building). Admission is free and there is free on-street parking on Capitol and Senate Avenues and 11th Street.
The Stutz Studio Residency is a sought-after award that is made annually to one or two artists. The residency entitles recipients to free studio space and utilities at the Stutz for one year, as well as numerous opportunities for interaction with working professional artists. Stutz residents have included such notable artists as Larry Endicott, Greg Hull, Emily Kennerk, Ismaila "Izo" Nidaye, Kyle Ragsdale, Stephanie Lewis Robertson, Kevin Smola, Susan Watt Grade and Jan Zoya.
"There's a lot of positive energy with the Stutz Artists Association right now, and we're eager to share that excitement and creative momentum with the entire community," said Jerry Points, president of the Stutz Artists Association. The exhibition runs through January 6.
The historic Stutz Business Center is located at 1060 North Capitol Avenue on an entire city block in downtown Indianapolis. The 400,000-square-foot former car factory was renovated in the early 1990s and its studios and office space are now home to more 80 artists, sculptors, photographers, designers, architects and craftsmen.