Circle City Industrial Complex

Circle City Industrial Complex

Circle City Industrial Complex 1125 Brookside Ave Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

Welcome to the Circle City Industrial Complex (CCIC), located at the corner of Mass Ave and 10th Street on Indianapolis’ Near Eastside. Spanning more than a half a million square feet, the CCIC is home to a diverse group of tenants including artists, makers, small businesses, and more.

The Indy Winter Farmers Market at the CCIC
The Indy Winter Farmers Market at the CCIC

Interested in visiting the CCIC? See our visitors page for open businesses and regular events.

The CCIC is open to the public on the First Friday of each month for open studios and galleries featuring open studios and work by our more than 50 in-house artists as well as visiting local and national artists. We also host seasonal and annual events such as the Indy Winter Farmers Market, cider and beer festivals, and more. See our calendar for upcoming events.

 

History

Louis Schwitzer (second from right) pictured with the car he drove to victory in the first race ever held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Louis Schwitzer (second from right) pictured with the car he drove to victory in the first race ever held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Constructed in the early 1920s, The CCIC was the original home to the Schwitzer Corporation, a major auto industry force during the post-World War I era. The Schwitzer Corporation’s founder, Louis Schwitzer was an automotive pioneer who was responsible for significant improvements in cooling, hydraulics, and the development of the turbocharger. He was also a race car driver, famous for winning the first ever race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: a five mile, two-lap race held on August 19, 1909. Louis Schwitzer was inducted to the Automotive Hall of Fame in 1970. The CCIC (or Schwitzer building, as it was then known), was Schwitzer’s primary manufacturing facility, producing thousands of cooling pumps, superchargers, and other auto components during the golden age of the automobile. After the Schwitzer Corporation closed in the early 1990s, portions of the building were redeveloped to accommodate non-industrial uses, such as offices and artist studios.

The Schwitzer Plant (now known as the Circle City Industrial Complex), pictured in the 1930s.
The Schwitzer Plant (now known as the Circle City Industrial Complex), pictured in the 1930s.

 

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Past Events at Circle City Industrial Complex

Jul

02

Fri
Fri, Jul 02, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Jul 02, 2021 9:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

July FIRST FRIDAY, July 2nd, 2021

The Circle City Industrial Complex Artists will host an in-person First Friday. As the CCIC follows state and county regulations, masks are no longer required for vaccinated visitors, but individual artist studios may continue to require masks within their space. The CCIC is a 500,000 square foot building, making social distancing somewhat easier than other venues, but the smaller studios may also maintain limitations on visitor numbers at times.

Various artists and galleries will have open doors during the evening, in accordance with their own schedules and comfort levels. The Schwitzer Gallery, on the second floor of the North Studios, will showcase “Vibe Check,” a collection of work by James Kane, Kat Spears, Meris Drew, Sara Yourist, and Kerrigan Clark. All are MFA candidates attending Indiana University’s Graduate Painting program, and will feature a wide range of styles, from abstract to figurative.

Open Studios and Galleries

Several studios and gallery spaces will be open throughout the building. This list is not all-encompassing; some artists may decide to open that night based on current information and comfort levels.
Arts & Images by Anthony Armstrong is located in Studio B11 of the South Studios. Armstrong presents a blend of new abstract painting highlighting bold colors and deep texture. Armstrong is a self-taught abstract painter and photographer. “Often times, we are moving through the day so quickly, we forget to look at our surroundings and how every beat creates the pulse of the city,” Armstrong said.
Bebito is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Rachel Hedges creates cute and quirky plush toys and soft sculptures from repurposed and upcycled textiles. She uses unusual combinations of textures and colors, along with original patterns and hand-dyed fabrics to make truly one-of-a-kind pieces that are loved by children and adults alike. Her toys are gift-able, collectable, and lovable!

Kent Brinkley will present new works, both in oil paint and mixed media, as an exploration of changing times. Kent Brinkley is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Lydia Burris Studio S-09, will have new works and a new issue of her magazine, “Darkness Dreaming: An Homage to Strangeness and Wonder,” titled “1,000 Dreams Deep.” Burris is a mixed media imaginer, combining the chaos of abstraction with the surreal elements of life’s mysteries. “I’ve started working with another new medium (encaustic) and I have moved into a new living situation,” Burris said. “At times like this, my art becomes a reflection of both my inner and outer worlds; a visual diary of my emotions and yearnings.” Lydia Burris is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Circle City Metal works is helmed by Dan Jones, who will be displaying a small sampling of products for sale from their large product line. “We offer over 300 different unique and artistic items on our website. We also do design and custom work. If you can dream it we can make it,” Jones said. Circle City Metalworks is located in the back corridor, near the South Studios, on the first floor of the building.
Daily Epiphany Studio: Michele Burns and Kurt Kriese, located in the South Studios. Showing new naturally luminous “Nightlight Art” paintings. Michele’s work is inspired by pattern, color, texture, and the mesmerizing fun of a second, luminous and sometimes very different composition when the lights go out. The glow comes from industrial-grade, OSHA-rated child-safe, super-bright photoluminescent minerals in paints that she makes herself. These are “excited” by any visible light, and shed light at different rates for each color, so compositions change through the night. These works are functional nightlights that glow for 12 to 20 hours, as well as beautiful paintings. Over the long COVID seclusion, Burns chucked frames and began working large. Kurt Kriese is working on abstract, richly colored and layered multimedia paintings on wood that draw viewers close to see the depth and complexity of what looks simple at first glance.

Darkroom Revelations is located on the first floor of the North Studios.

Tom Potter, Nancy Frass, and Gayle Moore will continue to host Charles R. Yang, and “Asian Through Asian Eyes.” This is another opportunity to view these extraordinary images by Charles Yang. Over the last decade, Charles Yang has lived and traveled in Asia. His sensitive photographic eye focuses on socio-cultural street photography, depicting slices of Asian lives, and inviting viewers deep into Yang’s visual narratives. Yang is an extraordinary street photographer capturing images of great vision as to story, dynamic composition that exhibit “the decisive moment.”

The Full Circle Nine Gallery will feature Nathan Winship Smith and “Planter Banter,” an exhibition of plant containers containing as well funny narratives and commentary, each created by ceramicist Nathan Winship Smith. This exhibit celebrates growth and a sense of humor, bringing some much needed social therapy to visitors. “We have been charged morally and emotionally every day during the pandemic,” Winship Smith said. “The outside of each planter will be used as a canvas to explore and vent through jesting and joking, using the ‘garden’ as a metaphor for the individual and collective soul. Simultaneously, the ‘gardener’ will act as a metaphor for the individual and masses who tend to that collective-vessel-holding essence.” Full Circle Nine Gallery is located in the South Studios on the first floor of the building.
Glass Arts Indiana Inc. creates a collaborative glass community to support emerging and established artists; host fun, interesting and educational events; increase appreciation and understanding of the glass arts; and promote glass-related opportunities in Indiana and the U.S. Finished works are available and visitors will get to see glass-blowing in action. Glass Arts Indiana, Inc. is located on the first floor, in the corridor.

Sylvia Gray Art Studio is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Abstract and Fiber Artist Sylvia Gray creates largely using silk and various means to interpret her designs on the delicate fabric. “I love the freedom of painting on silk. My silk wearables and paintings will be on display. Hope you will enjoy my work as much as I have creating it,” Gray said.

HI Print Gallery

James Hubbard & Kurt Ihrig, Indianapolis print artists, will open up HI Print Gallery for the evening with plenty to see. HI Print Gallery is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Matt Hurdle Fine Art

Hurdle’s European style of landscape painting instills a sense of calm and serenity. New serene landscapes will be featured throughout July. Matt Hurdle Fine Art is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Larry Lad, LadArt

Larry Lad is a self-taught painter experimenting with a variety of media and surfaces, such as cigar boxes, recycled material, and unique surfaces. “While I start with a general idea of what I would like to create, I am learning to listen, to see, and to let the art tell me where to go next,” Lad said. “With COVID, we have been given the gift of time. It has allowed us to produce some new art and new poetry. It has also taught us patience.” Larry Lad, LadArt is located in the corridor on the first floor.

Nancy Lee, Nancy Lee Designs Studio is located on the first floor of the North Studios. Lee is known for her handmade sterling silver jewelry and will feature new silver and gold jewelry designs in her freshly updated gallery space. She has made custom work for clients in gold and silver for over a decade. She specializes in alternative wedding and engagement rings in a warm and inclusive environment. Her offerings also include kiln-fired enamel landscapes on copper substrates. These paintings show the same attention to detail with which Lee touches all of her work. “Details delight me, and I can easily get lost in them, whether in gold, silver, or enamel. You might say tiny things are my superpower!” Lee said. Nancy Lee is one of the original three artist pioneers who brought First Friday art openings to the Circle City Industrial Complex.

Wendell Lowe has a unique style of abstract expressionism finger painting. Since being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2009, Lowe’s style has evolved from detailed chalk pastel landscapes and photography to his current work. His work evolves from deep in his soul and documents his Parkinson’s journey. “My finger paintings deal with my Parkinson’s and my Parkinson’s Psychosis,” Lowe said of his work that sometimes combines his finger painting techniques with prints of his own photography. Wendell Lowe Fine Art is located on the second floor of the North Studios.
Ryan Mullin/The GhostYard is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Ryan Mullin paints abstract colors and shapes on many surfaces. Born and raised in Indianapolis IN and influenced by street art from his travels around the world, Mullin is an abstract painter and graffiti artist, preferring bright and contrasting colors, inspired by graffiti, urban life, and freight trains. He will have a section dedicated to photographs of freight trains and graffiti.

Katrina J. Murray Studio and Gallery will feature ceramic sculpture and collage work. Murray considers all of her works to be a form of collage. Educated at the Herron School of Art and Design and Ivy Tech, Katrina Murray studied art history in Italy and lived for a time in Germany. A native of Brown County, Indiana, Murray now makes her home in Indianapolis and has held a longtime studio at the CCIC. Katrina J. Murray Studio and Gallery is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Shaun M. Niles returns from the COVID hiatus with a bigger better beard and new work from his Beneath It All project, a photographic exhibition illustrating a contemporary perspective on art nudes and figure studies styled after those of the 1930’s through the 1960’s. In the last year, Niles exhibited work in the 12th annual NUDE exhibition at the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, partnered with Travis S. Little in their Schwitzer Gallery collaborative show, “By Two Hands,” and hosted a solo exhibition at the Forever Gallery in Carmel. He was recently published in NUDE2021, the 9th edition of an annual publication highlighting the world’s best artistic nude photographers, published by Productions Hors Cadre Inc. of Montréal, Canada. Shaun M. Niles is located on the second floor of the North Studios.

Thomas Mendenhall at Soundspace

Open Mic Night @ Soundspace: Hosted by Thomas Mendenhall. Share a song or poem—or improvise one—with fellow artists in a musical safe space. Soundspace will provide the PA, and masks are required. Soundspace Beta is a music coworking, rehearsal, producing, and recording facility. “We exist to erase the barriers to a professional music career, so you can afford to be a musician. We do that by providing unlimited access to fully equipped rehearsal and recording space, cultivating growth through collaboration, and empowering the artist through industrial innovation.” Soundspace is located on the south end of the CCIC, next to Centerpoint Brewing.

The CCIC is also open during regular business hours, with the Schwitzer Gallery accessible throughout the week. Several artists and galleries will remain open for their regular ‘retail’ hours, usually on weekends, and posted on their own websites and social media. Some studios will also be open by appointment.

The Circle City Industrial Complex has become a destination for art appreciators and supporters of local work, with the total number of artists working within the CCIC at topping 100. Just northeast of the Mass Ave. Art and Theatre Cultural District, at 1125 Brookside Ave., the CCIC Artists First Friday programming is a must-see stop, while events and viewable hours continue throughout the month.
The Main Entrance of the building (identified by its black marble façade) provides easy access to both the South Studios and the North Studios (with a wheelchair accessible ramp and elevator). Maps of the building are also available in several locations to help visitors find all that the building has to offer.

For more listings and event updates please visit https://ccicindyartists.wordpress.com, or the CCIC Artists Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ccicartists

About the Circle City Industrial Complex Artists

The Circle City Industrial Complex (CCIC) is a nearly half-million square foot industrial building, located at 1125 Brookside Ave., and was formerly home to the Schwitzer automotive company. Its industrial appeal remains and artists and artisans have made the space their home, carving cozy studio, work, and show spaces from the concrete and steel structure, and the CCIC Artists have grown in number to over 50 galleries, individual artists and artisans. The main artist entries are the North Studios entrance and the South Studios entrance, each marked with signage along Brookside Avenue. The CCIC provides free parking in a large lot, and is accessible by the Pogue’s Run Trail, connecting to the Monon Trail and the downtown Cultural Trail system. The complex also offers other art-supporting destinations such as the Centerpoint Brewery, Lick Ice Cream, and Eighth Day Distillery and The Fowling Warehouse.

For more information on the building, please visit: http://circlecityind.com

For more information on the artists please visit: https://ccicindyartists.wordpress.com/

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Aug

07

Fri
Fri, Aug 07, 2020 5:30 PM - Fri, Aug 07, 2020 9:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

The Circle City Industrial Complex Artists (CCIC Artists) will host a variety of artists as part of the August First Friday art tour, on Friday, August 7th. This will be the first “Indoor-Outdoor” First Friday, to allow for safety measures and social distancing requirements. Admission and parking are free, general programming starts at 5:30pm, although times may vary in individual spaces. Outdoor activities will wrap at 8:30pm/sunset, and indoor activities will wrap at 9pm.

The Indoor-Outdoor First Friday will see artists using the parking lot fence along the Pogue’s Run Trail as an outdoor gallery space, giving artists with smaller studios a chance to receive visitors in the open air. Larger gallery and studio spaces, as well as other businesses, will be open throughout the building, and Centerpoint Brewing and 8th Day Distillery will have outdoor accommodations in their areas. Signage
around the area will point visitors to indoor areas. Per Marion County guidelines, all visitors will be required to wear a mask and maintain social distance.

“I really miss the regular visitors I would have every First Friday, we always had great conversations going in my studio,” Rachel Hedges, of BEBITO Toys, said. “While the break has been good, I’m looking forward to showing my new work.” Hedges explored fabric dyeing and back-burner projects during the shutdown, while generating new ideas and working on her online presence.
“I’m looking forward to seeing my clients again, even if we are visiting through masks,” long-time CCIC artist Katrina Murray said. “I’m happy to do my part in protecting the public while returning to doing business. My art practice is vital to me and I know we, the creative culture makers at the CCIC, need to get back to doing what we do best; making and sharing art.”

The Circle City Industrial Complex has become a destination for art appreciators and supporters of local work, with the total number of artists working within the CCIC to around 90. Just northeast of the Mass
Ave. Art and Theatre Cultural District, at 1125 Brookside Ave., the CCIC Artists First Friday programming is a must-see stop, while events and viewable hours continue throughout the month.

The Main Entrance of the building (identified by its black marble façade) provides easy access to both the South Studios and the North Studios (with a wheelchair accessible ramp and elevator). Maps of the building are posted in several locations to help visitors find all that the building has to offer.

For more listings and event updates please visit https://ccicindyartists.wordpress.com,
or the CCIC Artists Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ccicartists
Art pictured: “Touch Me” by Katrina J. Murray (Ceramic Sculpture) and “Channeling Nina Simone” (Photography) by Eric Schoch
List of participating artists:
Art Threads Studio
Arts & Images by Anthony Armstrong
Jerry Lee Atwood
Allen Bannister
J. Beaver
BEBITO Toys: outdoor
Matthew Cooper
Daily Epiphany Studio
Full Circle Nine Gallery
Glass Arts Indiana
Sylvia Gray
HI Print Gallery
Susan Hirsch
Matt Hurdle Fine Art
Indy Fused Glass
Christina Jobe
Jedediah Johnson
Lad Art
Nancy Lee Designs
Ryan Mullin
Katrina J. Murray Studio and Gallery
One Fine Mess Studio
Project Lia
Sivavis
Steiner Studios
Micah Wilson
with coordination assistance by Quintana Behringer

Additional artists may be participating based on weather expectations and developments with the shutdown.

This list is not final.

About the Circle City Industrial Complex Artists
The Circle City Industrial Complex (CCIC) is a nearly half-million square foot industrial building, located at 1125 Brookside Ave., and was formerly home to the Schwitzer automotive company. Its industrial
appeal remains and artists and artisans have made the space their home, carving cozy studio, work, and show spaces from the concrete and steel structure, and the CCIC Artists have grown in number to over
50 galleries, individual artists and artisans. The main artist entries are the North Studios entrance and the South Studios entrance, each marked with signage along Brookside Avenue. The CCIC provides free
parking in a large lot, and is accessible by the Pogue’s Run Trail, connecting to the Monon Trail and the downtown Cultural Trail system. The complex also offers other art-supporting destinations such as the
Centerpoint Brewery, Lick Ice Cream, and Eighth Day Distillery.

For more information on the building, please visit: http://circlecityind.com
For more information on the artists please visit: https://ccicindyartists.wordpress.com/

Tags: Art, Kid-Friendly, First Friday, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Apr

25

Sat
Sat, Apr 25, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Apr 25, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Apr

18

Sat
Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Apr 18, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Apr

11

Sat
Sat, Apr 11, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Apr 11, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Apr

04

Sat
Sat, Apr 04, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Apr 04, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Mar

28

Sat
Sat, Mar 28, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Mar 28, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Mar

21

Sat
Sat, Mar 21, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Mar 21, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Mar

14

Sat
Sat, Mar 14, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Mar 14, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Mar

10

Tue
Tue, Mar 10, 2020 - Tue, Mar 10, 2020 @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Musical Family Tree’s Curation committee manages a number of cool projects and events. Come be a part of the family! Curation runs the MFT Radio Hour on WQRT, EP in a Weekend, Indiana Covers, MFT blogs and more! Whether you’ve been a part of MFT in the past or you are just finding out about us, we want to hear from you!

Tags: music, volunteering, nonprofit

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Mar

07

Sat
Sat, Mar 07, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Mar 07, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Mar

06

Fri
Fri, Mar 06, 2020 6:00 PM - Fri, Mar 06, 2020 9:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Soundspace – the new co-working facility for musicians, complete with a recording space, all under one roof – is excited to bring you this new monthly First Friday Showcase series powered by Sam Ash Music Stores at Centerpoint Brewing in the Circle City Industrial Complex!

February’s showcase features performances by:

* Caldera – Band

Caldera is an alternative/progressive/rock band hailing from Indianapolis, Indiana. Formed in May of 2017, Bassist Daniel Minnerick and drummer Ryan Cox invited guitarist Jesse Pryner to join them in starting from scratch to create a new, explosive sound. 18 months later, vocalist Trisha Krall joined the group bringing raw emotion and thought-provoking lyrical content. The group strives to create music overflowing with personal conviction and unapologetic aesthetic. Every Caldera song chases that collective dream and design: to be a fresh sound for rock music. The band explores the prosody of their music through tone, color, and negative space inviting listeners to surrender to selfish indulgence, emotional release, and genuine experience.

Caldera’s emotionally charged, hard-hitting rock can be found on all social media platforms. Their music is available now for purchase, download, and streaming everywhere.

* War On TV

War On TV is an experimental hard rock band from Indianapolis. The band’s songs “Chrysanthemum” and “Komm” have been extensively featured on underground and internet radio stations, and their music has been featured on television networks like MTV, A&E, and Discovery. The band is currently booking a tour in support of the release of their upcoming album, “War On TV”.

Influences:
Rage Against the Machine, Mars Volta, Incubus, Thrice

Artwork from:

Artists TBA

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Friday, March 6th
at Centerpoint Brewing
1125 E Brookside Ave

-FREE ADMISSION-
21+

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This event would not be possible without these folks! Please check them out:

Soundspace
https://sndspc.com/
– Hit us up to schedule a tour of the Beta Space!

Centerpoint Brewing
https://www.centerpointbrewing.com/

Sam Ash Music Stores
https://www.samash.com/

Tags: Caldera, War On TV, Live Music

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Mar

06

Fri
Fri, Mar 06, 2020 6:00 PM - Fri, Mar 06, 2020 9:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Join us on First Friday in March (March 6th) for the grand opening/open house of Circle City Metalworks. We are planning big things in 2020, stop in and say hi, talk to our metal artist, designer, fabricator and owner Dano, and check out our shop, where all the magic happens.

We will have items for sale as well as guest artists set up in the shop. We will also have drinks and snacks available for your enjoyment.

We are located in the Circle City Industrial Complex 1125 E Brookside Ave Suite C17.

Tags: Circle City Metalworks, art, grand opening, First Friday

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Mar

03

Tue
Tue, Mar 03, 2020 6:00 PM - Tue, Mar 03, 2020 7:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Are you passionate about Indy’s music legacy? Come help us plan events, blog pieces, and radio shows around it! Our Legacy committee meets quarterly and wants your input on how we can best utilize our local music archive, featuring tens of thousands of songs by thousands of artists, help with programming, blogs and radio hits. Have you been involved with Musical Family Tree or other local music orgs (IMN, LBN, Indy HxC, MMS…) before and want to find a way to get back involved? This might be the spot for you.

Tags: Musical Family Tree, nonprofit, volunteer, music

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Feb

29

Sat
Sat, Feb 29, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Feb 29, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Feb

22

Sat
Sat, Feb 22, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Feb 22, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Feb

15

Sat
Sat, Feb 15, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Feb 15, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Feb

08

Sat
Sat, Feb 08, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Feb 08, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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Feb

07

Fri
Fri, Feb 07, 2020 6:00 PM - Fri, Feb 07, 2020 10:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Soundspace – the new co-working facility for musicians, complete with a recording space, all under one roof – is excited to bring you this new monthly First Friday Showcase series powered by Sam Ash Music at Centerpoint Brewing in the Circle City Industrial Complex!

February’s showcase features performances by:

* Alex Franc
https://sndspc.com/artist-reps/alex-franc
https://www.alexfrancmusic.com/

Hi! I’m alex franc, a singer-songwriter and producer based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Currently, I’m traveling the United States touring and playing my own original music.

My favorite part of the job is being able to travel and connect with artists and creative minds from all across the world. As I explore and become apart of different music communities, I gain the perspective and wisdom that influences me to be myself. I love music and I love sharing what I create with anyone who wants to hear.

* Indy Annies

Bringing femme-powered country to Indianapolis, the Indy Annies cover the classics from Patsy to Dolly and today’s hits from Kacey to Carrie – and everyone in between. Whether you’re a fan of classic, modern, 90s, or rock they’ve got it covered.

Artwork from:

Artists TBA

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Friday, February 7th
at Centerpoint Brewing
1125 E Brookside Ave

-FREE ADMISSION-
21+

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This event would not be possible without these folks! Please check them out:

Soundspace
https://sndspc.com/
– Hit us up to schedule a tour of the Beta Space!

Centerpoint Brewing
https://www.centerpointbrewing.com/

Sam Ash Music Stores
https://www.samash.com/

Tags: Live Music, Soundspace, First Friday

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Feb

01

Sat
Sat, Feb 01, 2020 9:00 AM - Sat, Feb 01, 2020 12:30 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Tags: farmers market, shop local, East Side, Circle City Industrial Complex

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