Garfield Park Arts Center, In Historic Garfield Park ... located 2432 Conservatory Drive ... Indianapolis, Indiana 46203.
This annual exhibition of women's art was revived in 2015. 2017's showcase of fine art coincides with May Day. The theme "Protest and Politics" focuses on conscious local women visual artists who create experimental and innovative artworks.
During the evening of the opening reception spoken-word performances, musical entertainment and visual arts created by area women artists highlight concerns including; rebellion against a repressive government, celebrated women's participation in politics, focused on various social movements, violence, civil resistance and militancy and ways that artists and community advocates can make Indiana a more welcoming place. The visual artworks will be on view through May.
The select pieces gracing the walls include; acrylic, oils, watercolors, sculptures, textiles, mixed-media to drawings which are diverse and an inspiring expression of exceptional talent.
The Exhibition is FREE ! and Open To The Public of All Ages!
Mirvia Sol Eckert (a FLAVA FRESH ! Favorite Artist)
Stacey Maupin Torres (a FLAVA FRESH ! Favorite Artist)
D. Del Reverda-Jennings (a FLAVA FRESH ! Favorite Artist)
Amy Kathleen Hucks
Bonnie Fillenwarth, among others.
Exhibition coordinated/curated by Megan Fetter ... Manager; Garfield Park Arts Center Department of Parks & Recreation City of Indianapolis. (GPAC is a FLAVA FRESH ! Favorite Organization.)
Free! and Open To The Public!
Exhibition on View Through May 2017
Garfield Park Arts Center, strives to inspire and build a community of arts learners, leaders, and organizations. We connect communities by providing places and experiences that inspire healthy living, social engagement, and a love of nature. The Garfield Park Arts Center, part of Indy Parks & Recreation, engages visitors in diverse, artistic and cultural exhibitions, arts classes, and special events. It features performing arts spaces, visual arts galleries, classrooms, and a literary arts library.
FLAVA FRESH ! artists Mirvia Sol Eckert and Founder/Independent Curator D. Del Reverda-Jennings, were recently showcased in the premiere exhibition "HERENCIA: Latin American Influence In Art" held at the prestigious Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery, on the campus of the University of Indianapolis. Stacey Torres' recent exhibition "LIVING IN COLOR" a solo showing is featured at The Art Association of Henry County in New Castle, Indiana.