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6 Friday / July 6, 2018

On the Road

05:00 pm to 08:00 pm
By Hand Gallery

Fueled by a lifelong passion for travel and photography, in 2014 Sharon and Jessica Bussert purchased an RV, moved in, and hit the road. For the next 3 years they spent much of their time wandering the US with their dog and cat along for the ride. The journey took them from their home state of Indiana to the West Coast. The couple spent extensive time visiting some of our National Parks, state parks, and various towns along the way. During their journey Sharon and Jessica experimented with various photographic processes including tin types, ambrotypes, and pinhole photography. They shot with both modern digital cameras and a 70 year old large format. An ice fishing tent became their mobile darkroom.

The journey begins and ends in Brown County, Indiana where their main gallery is located. Fog House and Waterfall at Strahl Lake pay tribute to the beauty of Indiana. Other images highlight a few favorite stops from their journey on the road —Yosemite National Park, the Oregon Coast, Northern California, the Nevada desert, Glacier National Park, and the Columbia River Gorge.

All images are chemically processed and printed to Kodak archival papers. Prints are available dry-mounted or with traditional matting and framing in a variety of sizes by special order.


6 Friday / July 6, 2018

From The Venue for July’s Gallery Walk, a Preview of our Juried Art Show, The Art &Soul of Bloomington III

05:00 pm to 07:00 pm
The Venue

On Friday, July 6th, beginning at 5:00pm, for our July Gallery Walk, The Venue will host a sneak preview of the winning pieces from out Third Annual Juried Art Show, The Art & Soul of Bloomington III.
Partnering with The City of Bloomington for the Bicentennial of The City and Monroe County, The Venue has challenged artists to submit their best artistic efforts to capture the essence of our great City. Based upon the combined best efforts of four eminently qualified Judges, all of whom live in the artistic heart of Bloomington, the 25 selected pieces are this years best of The Art & Soul of Bloomington III.
The Art & Soul of Bloomington III will formally open the following evening, Saturday, July 7th, but when you come to The Venue during First Friday Gallery Walk, you will be able to enjoy some of our gourmet soup and other refreshments, and get a sneak preview of the Show. You can also cast your vote for The People’s Choice Award.
The Art & Soul of Bloomington III will be our feature show for the Month of July. All of the winning art will be available for purchase. You can select from the best of the best.
Join us.


6 Friday / July 6, 2018

First Friday @ the Fell: I Watched Too Much Animal Planet As A Kid

06:00 pm to 09:00 pm
I Fell Gallery

The I Fell Gallery invites you to our July First Friday exhibition, “I Watched Too Much Animal Planet As A Kid.” The collection of paintings by Rosemary James are bright, colorful, and explore her lifetime love of plants and animals.

In the pop-up gallery we will also be hosting the Mirth pop-up shop which will feature a collection of women’s apparel and accessories. Mirth is co-owned by Amanda Forgas and Kelly Jennings.

The opening reception, July 6th 6-9pm, is free to attend and there will be light snacks and refreshments provided.

Join us Friday, June 1st for First Friday @ the Fell from 6-9pm


6 Friday / July 6, 2018

Jazz in July Presents the Al Cobine Big Band

07:00 pm
Conrad Prebys Amphitheatre

A mainstay on the Bloomington jazz scene for over 60 years, the Al Cobine Big Band is led by pianist Mike Lucas and features musicians from Bloomington, Indianapolis, and around the region performing arrangements and original compositions by Al Cobine.

WFIU Public Radio and the Department of Jazz Studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music are co-hosting Jazz in July.

All concerts are free and begin at 7 p.m. The concerts on July 6, 13, and 27 take place at the Conrad Prebys Amphitheater (behind Bryan House). The July 20th concert takes place in the green space of the School of Global and International Studies. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy a summer evening of jazz!

In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors to Musical Arts Center 066. For more information visit wfiu.org/events or call 812-856-2174.

Live Music / Outdoors

6 Friday / July 6, 2018

The 4 Dimensions

07:30 pm to 09:30 pm on Jul 7
Brown County Playhouse
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The 4 Dimensions is a show that brings together the out-of-this-world talent of 4 different performers and treats the audience to some of the greatest hits spanning 4 decades. This show is diverse in its musical presentation but universal in that every song is selected because of their timeless quality. With great harmonies, amazing instrumentation, and an incredibly fun stage show, The 4 Dimensions is pure entertainment. 4 Decades – 4 Genres, all of your favorite songs spanning the 50’s – 80’s.

Featuring Jenn Cristy and Eric Brown and the performers from One Pulse Entertainment | 4 Shows Only!

Live Music

6 Friday / July 6, 2018

Verona Quartet with Roeland Jagers and Csaba Onczay

08:00 pm
Auer Hall

Summer Music 2018

Guest Recital

Verona Quartet with Roeland Jagers and Csaba Onczay

Verona Quartet
Jonathan Ong, violin
Dorothy Ro, violin
Abigail Rojansky, viola
Jonathan Dormand, cello

Roeland Jagers, viola
Csaba Onczay, cello

W. A. Mozart: String Quartet in F Major, K.590
Janácek: String Quartet No. 2 (“Intimate Letters”) (1928)
Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence for string sextet, Op. 70 (1890/92)

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