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October 2023

Kaila Austin- Process as Practice: Reimagining the Lost Hardrick Mural

October 6 @ 6:00 pm - December 17 @ 3:30 pm
Tube Factory artspace, 1125 Cruft St.
Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States
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As the United States continues to face its history of enslavement, oppression, and exclusion of Black Americans in museums and other arenas of power and recognition, "Process as Practice: Reimagining the Lost Hardrick Mural" is impactful and unique. The exhibit is part of an ongoing partnership between artist Kaila Austin; the Norwood community on the southeast side of Indianapolis, and the family of Indiana’s Harlem Renaissance painter, John Wesley Hardrick (1891-1968). Mientras que los Estados Unidos continúa enfrentando la historia…

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November 2023

Sylvia Thomas:Letters To A Haunted House

November 3 - December 17
Tube Factory artspace, 1125 Cruft St.
Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States
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Many have experienced grief with the loss of someone close to them, but what if that someone was yourself? Transgender people have lived and existed in many forms for many centuries. Today, there are many possible (physical, emotional, and mental) changes made by Trans people to feel affirmed in their own body. To "come out" or "transition" has required some Trans people to abandon a self they do not recognize. This act of abandonment and process of grieving one's self…

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December 2023

Meggan Gould: Sorry, No Pictures

December 1, 2023 - January 15, 2024
Tube Factory artspace, 1125 Cruft St.
Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States
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  Meggan Gould’s Sorry, No Pictures examines photographic tools and technologies and their constant teeter on the edge of obsolescence. Gould takes apart and re-contextualizes the smallest aspects of the medium, including the iconography of camera dials, the design of viewfinder patterns, and the ubiquitous Epson inkjet printer test pattern. Intertwined with personal narrative, the artist uses “playful resistance” in her work to question the role of corporations and manufacturers of photographic technologies — from Kodak to Flickr — in…

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NIGHTJAR, a poetry series with open mic

December 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

NIGHTJAR creates an inclusive space for all by bringing together spoken-word performers and page-based poets writing in narrative, lyric, and experimental forms. Every third Wednesday, C.S. Carrier and Michelle Niemann host a reading and invite audience members to share their own poetic responses. December’s featured poet is Lee Bennett Poet and publisher, Bennett will read selections from her publication, Quotidian Magazine. Quotidian is a multi-volume series of creative responses to different prompts, all falling under the eponymous category of the quotidian. Its goal is to…

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July 2025

Jerry Lee Atwood:Chaos Refined

July 4, 2025 @ 6:00 pm - October 19, 2025 @ 10:00 pm
Tube Factory artspace, 1125 Cruft St.
Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States
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Jerry Lee Atwood’s custom Western wear stands at the apex of contemporary culture and fashion history. It serves as a bridge between traditions of the past established by great Western wear clothiers like Nuta Kotlyarenko, known professionally as Nudie Cohn or Manuel Arturo José Cuevas Martínez Sr., best known simply as Manuel, and our modern pop-culture pantheon represented by artists such as Orville Peck and Post Malone. Working under the moniker, Union Western Clothing which he founded with his partner…

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