Pixelate: A Language of Patterns

Friday, November 7, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
at Harrison Center for the Arts
, 1505 N. Delaware St., Indianapolis, IN 46202

Special Venue Instructions: Parking in rear and on street.
Arts, Religion, Humanities
Event Format:
Display, Exhibit, Festival, Performance, Reception
Adults of all ages, Young adults (18-30), Youth (middle/high school)
Kyle Ragsdale

Event Description:

A building-wide bonanza offers two art exhibitions, music, and food to provoke imagination, participation, and conversation. Using ideas from the digital age, Curator Kyle Ragsdale showcases new work in “Pixelate.” Breaking traditional subject matter into new patterns, the paintings invite viewers to decode sections and symbols to formulate meaning. The Viewfinder Project, which equips citizens to be community change-makers and content producers in the creative media world, will feature photographs created by youth from Indianapolis Public School 14, Herron High School, and Shepherd Community Center, as well as youth from orphanages in India and Africa. Contact the Harrison Center for more event details. Free. Presented by Harrison Center for the Arts and Viewfinder Project. Questions? Call 317-396-3886 or e-mail