On Display: Tuesday, May 14th 2013 – Thursday, June 13th 2013
On view at the Cultural Arts Gallery
Tuesday, May 14th 2013 –
Thursday, June 13th 2013
Thursday, May 16th, 6-7pm
Suzy Friedman is an Indianapolis-based fine artist specializing in Judaica art, painted landscapes, and still life. Suzy creates a wide variety of Jewish art and gifts including tallitot and tallit cases in both needlepoint canvas as well as hand-painted designs on hand-dyed raw silk. Ms. Friedman is also a landscape artist whose plein air paintings, giclee prints, and note cards can be found in various venues.
The IUPUI Cultural Arts Gallery, located in the Campus Center Suite 240, is dedicated to educating students and community through the visual arts. The gallery hosts four up to twelve shows throughout each university semester a calendar year which highlight the work of artists typically under-represented in the art world. In addition the gallery strives to raise awareness and appreciation for cultural diversity through the celebration of diverse visual art. Admission to the gallery is free of charge and open to the general public.
Cultural Arts Gallery II is a satellite space of the main gallery, also located on the second floor of the Campus Center beside Caribou Coffee. The space features the work of talented Herron Students and local artists. New work can be seen every month.
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