Video look at our plans by Kurt Nettleton from No Brakes FUTURE section.
Don’t miss No Brakes at University of Indianapolis
It all started in 2004: a group of artists got together at the Murphy Art Center to begin making creative things happen in Indianapolis. A decade later, thanks to amazing partners, friends and supporters, Big Car is a thriving non-profit engaging people through art in innovative ways. You can explore and participate in this story at the University of Indianapolis through Sept. 26. The gallery is open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, and until 9 p.m. on Monday, September 22.
Closing party on Wednesday, September 24 from 6:30 – 8 p.m.!
Free Pasquale’s Pizza…
Check out great coverage in NUVO (cover story and sidebar), Sky Blue Window, and The Indianapolis Star (story and photos), and The Art of the Matter on WFYI (our part at about 36 minutes in). And check out our own pictures from the night here.
Big Car’s 10-year celebration and exhibit are made possible with love from: Harding Poorman / Indy Mod Homes / SmallBox / Buckingham Foundation / Sam Sutphin & Kerry Dinneen / Magnet Films / The Alexander / University of Indianapolis
Art in Odd Places Indy (AiOP) is a project for enlivening public spaces for residents and visitors with performances and live street art. Check out the full lineup of artists from all over the world (including many from Indianapolis) here. And read the press release here.
AiOP-Indy will focus on sharing, openness & accessibility. This year’s theme is FREE. AiOP Indianapolis is brought to you by Big Car, Classical Music Indy, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Arts Council of Indianapolis, and Delta Faucet Company.
Big Car featured on The Art Assignment on PBS Digital
Play the game created by Jim Walker and Florian Rivière here. Be sure to share your adventures on Twitter. There’s great documentation of what people are doing on The Art Assignment’s blog. Get your very own Drift Dice, a simplified version of the game you can take with you, here.
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