Monday, October 4, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
If you have photos you'd like to share....let us know and we'll post them. And be sure to visit our Facebook page and become a fan!
Video by Steve Shattuck
Friday, August 20, 2010
The 2010 A Walk in the Park Irvington Art Fair WILL HAPPEN on Saturday August 21, 2010 from Noon-6pm in Ellenberger Park. Read what all you can do:
- Enjoy over 40 artists. Leaisurely shopping and one of a kind creations.
- Eat food from CP Catering and AlliCarte Catering. Ribs, Chicken, Hot Dogs, Walking Tacos, Ice Cream, Lemonade and MORE!!
- Watch a live animal show by ANIMALIA from 1-3pm near Dali's Digs for Kids on the stage.
- Did I mention Dali's Digs? We will be printmaking, creating tissue paper stained glass and bringing to life real works by Kandinski, Munch and VanGogh as GIANT murals!
- Be sure to visit the IGA booth for more information about how you can help plan for and bring to life a great 2011 arts season in Irvington.
- Many Irvington community organizations will be on hand to answer questions and tell you how you can get involved.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
The Call for Artists tab has all the details or follow this link for all of the contest information - and remember the extended deadline.
Irvington Art AUGUST 21 Walk in the Park! Noon - 6PM. Over 30 artists, Community booths, Dali's Digs for live art activities for kids, yummy food and more! Ellenberger Park. (This is the Saturday after the August Farmers Market). Please help us spread the word by putting the info out on your Facebook page to your friends! And, thanks!Look for more details to come, soon!
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
There is a second round for applications. If you missed the deadline there are a few spaces left. Please apply as soon as possible and we will be sure to contact you.
Monday, June 14, 2010
2010 Poster Design Contest
The Historic Irvington Community Council (HICC) requests proposals for a poster to commemorate the 64th annual Historic Irvington Halloween Festival (IHF).
The Irvington Halloween Festival is a family event that has been a part of Irvington for over 60 years and is centered around the children of Irvington. This week-long festival / fundraiser is hosted by the HICC. The HICC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life for all Irvington residents and businesses. The Halloween Festival and its associated events more than 10,000 people each year. This year’s festival will include haunted ghost tours, The Slightly Haunted Puppet Show, Halloween themed children’s movies, a house decorating contest, and more. The week of festivities concludes on Saturday October 30 festival that features, a parade, over 130 vendors, a costume contest, live music, games, crafts and other entertainment.
The poster should represent and reflect the spirit and essence of this event. The 2010 Irvington Halloween Festival runs from October 23rd through the 30th.
Final art and entry forms are due by Friday, Aug 6th, 2010, at 6 PM and may be dropped off at the Irvington Branch Library.
Artists will be notified contest results by Friday August 13, 2010.
Here is a complete listing of the official rules and guidelines for the contest.
Go here for more information about the 2010 festival.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
While you're there please pick up your 2010 IGA member application, fill it out and turn it in! The IGA is a member supported organization and without you we can't continue the amazing programs and events we organize and support - like the Art Walk June 5th, Creative Art Camp in July and the Walk in the Park in August.
The Collectors Show highlights the private art collections of local residents and acts as a catalyst for those looking to start their own collection or to learn about why they should collect fine art. Food and wine will complement this evening reception and we hope you will join us for this free event!
Check out our announcement in this week's Indianapolis Arts Council e-news - the Be Indypendent pick of the week!
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
*Please note - the application from scribd.com is a VIEW and PRINT only. We are working on a static page with the PDF document. Please e-mail us for a PDF to be sent directly to you!
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Photographers’ Forum -
Art of Collecting Photography (Panel Discussion)
David Moore, owner/director of Pictura Gallery,
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Friday, April 2, 2010
FIRST FRIDAY...and more!
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Friday, March 5, 2010
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
WEEKEND OF ART:
THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 7: CHECK IT OUT. 2-4PM at Bona Thompson. Free.
History of Photography and Alternative Photographic Processes
Stephen Rose, owner of Stephen Rose Fine Art, will share stories behind the history of photogrpahy and how it made an inpact in our world. See examples of various photographic processes, from cyanotypes to polaroid transfers and gum bichromate to gelatin silver. Stephen was a professor of photography in Boston, has been a dealer of fine photography for many years, and a gifted photographer in his own right. Visithttp://www.stephentrosefineart.com/ for more information. This sounds so cool. Hope to see you there!
Saturday, February 6, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts
New works by INvision: Alliance of Photographic Artists
On View: January 11 – March 27, 2010 at the Bona Thompson Memorial Center
Hours: Wednesday 1 – 3pm; Saturday and Sunday 1 – 4pm, and by appt.
Reception: Jan. 15, 5:30 – 8pm; casseroles will be served.
Open First Fridays: February 5 and March 5 from 5:30 – 8pm.
Free admission to all events and open to the public
Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts contains new works by INvision artists, including works using historic processes and digital technology. Artworks will include imagery concerning ideas about architecture, the landscape, and portraiture. The artists will be at the reception on January 15 from 5:30 to 8:00pm to meet with patrons. Join the artists to enjoy the artwork, good food, including casseroles, and lively conversation.
Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts is presented with support from the Irvington Guild of Artists and the Irvington Historical Society.
About the organizations:
INvision: Alliance of Photographic Artists has been meeting together to promote and advance the art of photography since the mid 1990’s. INvision provides a platform for photographic discourse in order to encourage the artistic growth of its members and to enrich the lives of interested people through the experience of photography. Members are from many walks of life and find that art photography is the creative outlet that feeds their soul. Patrons will find a diverse group of image-making techniques and imagery from the members of INvision as each photographer shares their unique vision about this world in which we live.
It is the MISSION of the Irvington Guild of Artists to promote Irvington as a center for advancement of the arts by educating, sponsoring art exhibitions, and assisting the development of artists in their media.