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3 Friday / May 3, 2019

Brick Gallery Pop Up | Allan Yates

05:00 pm to 08:00 pm
FAR Center for Contemporary Arts

Allan Yates | Buddhism in Mongolia
Please join us for a one night Pop Up exhibit featuring the work of Allan Yates. His series, Buddhism in Mongolia is a on-going documentary project he began in 2013 to examine the role of Buddhism in contemporary Mongolian culture. The exhibit will be on view in the Brick Gallery at the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts, on Friday May 3rd, from 5 – 8 pm. To celebrate this artwork, monks from the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center will be attending and we will be serving Tibetan momo dumplings and milk tea.

Friday, May 3, 5-8 pm

At Pictura Gallery,  be sure to check out:

Oliver Klink | Cultures in Transition
Pictura Gallery is exhibiting Cultures in Transition, a series of documentary stories photographed with awareness and artistry by Oliver Klink. The show focuses on three different communities who balance the growing tension between the cultural diversity of the past and the homogenized present, looking into the lives of those who wish to preserve tradition.Photographs span the remote regions in the Sichuan Mountains, to the eagle hunters in the Altai Mountains in Mongolia.

April 5 – June 1

Eat and Drink / Education / Entertainment / Exhibits

3 Friday / May 3, 2019

May 2019 Gallery Walk

05:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Thirteen Downtown Bloomington Galleries

Our May Gallery Walk is quickly approaching, and we are pleased to announce the featured artists and their exhibits at our 13 gallery spaces in downtown Bloomington!
We are delighted to bring you fresh and dynamic art experiences from a wide range of talented artists through a variety of mediums. Check out the following exhibitions and locations, and visit our website at www.gallerywalkbloomington.com for show details and a map.
We look forward to hosting you Friday, May 3rd!

By Hand Gallery
“Allegories of Our World”
Artist: Bekki Canine

Dimensions Gallery at Artisan Alley
“Form and Fantasy – A Hero’s Journey”
Artist: Adam Nahas

The Fell Gallery
See website: www.ifellbloomington.com

See website: www.gallery406.com

Gather: handmade shoppe & Co
“The Divine Feminine in Everyday Ritual”
Artist: Rebecca Graves Prowse

Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center
“Arts Extravaganza Spring 2019”
Ivy Tech Graduating Associate of Fine Arts Students, Ivy Tech Fine Arts Classes, & Ivy Tech Dual Credit High School Fine Arts Classes

Monroe Convention Center Art Gallery
Artist: Craig Whitten

Pictura Gallery at FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
“Cultures in Transition”
Artist: Oliver Klink
Brick Gallery at FAR
“Buddhism in Mongolia”
Artist: Allan Yates

Rainbow Bakery
“Our Wild Neighbors”
Artist: Blue Astor Studios

Untitled Light at the Mill
Artists: Alice Knipstine and Jordan Tarantino

The Vault at Gallery Mortgage
See website: www.gallerymortgage.com

The Venue Fine Art & Gifts
Artist: Gerard Erley

Eat and Drink / Exhibits / Live Music

3 Friday / May 3, 2019

OPENING RECEPTION: Karl Martz and the Legacy of IU Ceramics

06:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Haan Museum, 920 E. State St., Lafayette, IN 47905

Join us for the opening reception of Karl Martz and the Legacy of Indiana University Ceramics. Martz’s sons, Eric and Brian, will be here to help celebrate their father’s legacy.

Martz’s influence spread throughout Indiana and beyond through the ceramics program that he established at IU in 1945, and through his students. The comprehensive exhibition features major works by Karl Martz, his wife Becky Brown, faculty that taught (or still teach) in the IU Ceramics Department, and MFA students who went on to establish successful careers in ceramics.

For more details, visit haanmuseum.org or call (765) 742-6449.


3 Friday / May 3, 2019

First Friday Jazz Vespers: “Life”

06:30 pm to 07:15 pm
First Christian Church - Kirkwood and Washington

A Jazz Vespers Service featuring readings, meditation and jazz is held each first Friday. This month’s theme is “Life.”
Music by the Elena Escudero Quartet

Live Music / Spoken Word

3 Friday / May 3, 2019

Smoke on the Mountain

07:30 pm to 09:30 pm
Brown County Playhouse

This comedy musical transports the audience back to 1938 where they play the part of the congregation at the Saturday Night Gospel. Hilarious characters, situations plus over 2 dozen bluegrass-based songs. Beer, wine, mixed drinks sold in the auditorium. BC Playhouse community theatre directed by Casey Kersey.

Comedy / Entertainment / Live Music

3 Friday / May 3, 2019

A Place for All My Art

07:30 pm
NOISE Gallery

NOISE Contemporary Art Gallery proudly presents A Place to Put All My Art, a solo exhibition by St. Louis-based, Israeli born artist Edo Rosenblith. The title of the exhibition playfully references a George Carlin bit about homes as storage units for all of our stuff, highlighting the imperative of consumer accumulation that drives our society. Featuring prints, paintings, artist books, and animations, Edo draws from the history of cartooning and caricature as heavily as he does the work of similarly-inspired artist Phillip Guston. Edo’s work consistently features grotesque and distorted portraits and relies on his facility as a draftsman. Edo’s work interrogates and criticizes the process of accumulation directly through neoliberal capitalism and indirectly through the machinations of the art market, all without losing an exuberant passion for making itself.

Join us for an opening reception from 7:30 – 10 PM on Friday May 3rd and enjoy refreshments, camaraderie, and Edo himself, live and in the flesh! As always, gallery viewing appointments can be made and queries sent to [email protected] and more information can be found at http://noise.center

A quick reminder, copies of NOISE 1: Things That Aren’t, NOISE 2: Output Sabotage, Videogame Ads in Comics Volume 1: 1982-1985, One-Two Punch, and Pulse and Pulsar are available for purchase at Friends of Art Bookstore and online at http://noise.center/shop

Come hang out with us 5/3/19 and see some incredible art!

A Place for All My Art
Solo Exhibition by Edo Rosenblith (https://www.edorosenblith.com)
NOISE Gallery, 605 N Fairview St., Bloomington IN 47404
5/3/19, 7:30 – 10:00 PM, open through 5/31 by appointment
Contact: [email protected]
Web: http://noise.center


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