Under the Radar will be presenting Brooklyn indie band Hawk and Dove at the end of May. Hawk and Dove has been described as “the loudest quiet band you have ever heard.” The band released their debut album last year entitled This Yesterday Will Never End. Steven and the Savvy is a collective of musicians based out of Bloomington with an eclectic style of indie rock. Ryan Puett is a local Indianapolis singer-songwriter that does a variety of folk-inspired music. Check out all of this great music for $5! Doors open at 8pm with music starting at 9pm. Check out details here
Give Hope, Fight Poverty is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to foster philanthropy domestically by designing service-learning programs that engage US students and professionals with communities abroad and work together to educate, empower and lift orphaned and vulnerable children out of poverty. They are hosting an International AIDS Candlelight Memorial event May 18th from 9pm-midnight. You can find out more details and RSVP on their facebook event page.
Tuesday, April 2nd, we will be hosting a Community Conversation. Jessi from Fletcher Place Community Center will be sharing about the organization. The purpose of the evening is to learn more about local organizations making a difference in our communities. As a southeast neighborhood resident, I’m excited to hear about Fletcher Place Community Center and their goals for my community. Come by Tuesday evening at 7pm for a relaxed conversation. Refreshments will be provided.
Check out Fletcher Place Community Center’s website!
This Saturday, March 30th, RoE Creations will be hosting an Easter Chocolate Basket making event from 11AM-1PM. Bring the family to learn how to make chocolate for Easter and build your own Easter baskets. The cost is $10 per child and $5 per sibling. There will be coloring pages, activities and free snacks & beverages! You will need to RSVP ahead of time so all the necessary supplies will be ready for you. You can check out the Facebook event page to find out more information or go directly to the PayPal link to sign up.
On February 28th at 7pm, Emily Litsey will be teaching an art class on acrylic paint and an introduction to landscape techniques. The cost for this event is $15 and covers the lesson, materials, and refreshments. Come hangout, have fun, and leave with your own work of art!
RSVP–either email email@example.com or register here.
Fletcher Place Arts and Books Internship Program
The Fletcher Place Arts and Books Internship program is designed to be creative, hands-on and flexible. We are seeking applicants who are eager to become involved in creating events that connect community, literacy and art as well as individuals who are considering a career in the creative arts.
Arts Administration Intern
The Arts Administration Intern offers opportunity to learn aspects of gallery administration, art handling and installation, fundraising, event coordination and public relations. Responsibilities range from running First Friday events, installing art for events, creating advertisements and working with others on events that promote literacy, art and community. This position will be suit an individual who is eager, flexible and works well individually as well as with small groups. In this position, the intern will have flexibility and be able to see his or her own project ideas come to life during the internship.
Scheduling of work time can be flexible to fit each intern’s needs. We ask for a commitment of 5-10 hours a week for at least 8 weeks. All internships are unpaid and arrangement for school credit is encouraged if applicable.
Interested applicants should send a letter of inquiry, resume and three references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Black and White with a Splash of Color by Holly Denihan
Join us March 1st from 6-10PM as we feature Holly Denihan. Her paintings draw the eye to specific places in the image through the use of black and white and color.
From Holly’s Artist Statement:
“Most of my work has consisted of black and white with a splash of color emphasizing the shadows and highlighting accent of the background. I also enjoy painting flowers with every petal as its own unique piece.”
Get a preview of Holly’s work on her website.
I’m excited to see her work for this exhibit!
See you March 1st! There will be an artist reception from 6-9PM.
Years ago I started having potlucks and dinners in my home and others’ homes. Throughout the last few years I have been able to meet some great people and eat delicious food.
This Saturday December 8th, I will be having the final potluck for 2012 and wanted to invite you! It will be at the gallery at 7pm. You will be able to meet new people, share conversation and eat good food. Bring a side dish or dessert. Please email me at email@example.com to give me a heads up so we can plan small details.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Monday, October 29th. Book Club. 7PM. Free.
The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein
Read the book. Come and discuss. We’ll hangout for about an hour as we enjoy conversation and refreshments.
Get in the Fall spirit at the free even open to all ages.
Find some inspiration at the BHG website.