Indoor Outdoor First Friday

Indoor Outdoor First FridayIndoor Outdoor First Friday

Fri, Aug 07, 2020 5:30 PM – Fri, Aug 07, 2020 9:00 PM Indoor Outdoor First Friday

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/

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

Where: Circle City Industrial Complex

Circle City Industrial Complex 1125 Brookside Ave Indianapolis, Indiana 46202


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August 7, 2020 5:30 PM
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Fri, Aug 07, 2020 Indoor Outdoor First Friday

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/


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