Pop up art show
Chris Dance, a teacher at P
ike High School and and art Collaborator with the Big Car Collective, will have a pop up show on the west side of Indy called "La Sardina." Not only is Dance a killer artist, his show is an extension of a conscious effort in Indy to extend cultural programing to the art desert that covers much of the west side. The same space was used by Josh Ross, a Haughville artist, earlier this year. More than 100 people attended the one-day show and it kicked up a lot of foot traffic. According to Big Car, “The Visual art will be comprised of a collection of recent works by Christopher focusing primarily on the figure; Themes of body positivity, cultural connectivity, and meditative aspects of form are addressed in all mediums. The gallery will be installed with larger than life sculptural works in wood and cardboard, Life size and smaller works in clay, wood and mixed media, and a multitude of drawn and painted portraits of people from the Indianapolis community.”
September 11 - 12, 6-9:30pm each day. 2228 W. Michigan St.