A collective of Black artists has an exhibit on display at the Harrison Center now through the end of February.
WE ARE Indy, founded five years ago, includes seven active members. Their exhibit, “Primary Colors,” features sculptures, abstract works and two collages on social justice that act as a history lesson.
The exhibit is open to in-person visitors, but the Harrison Center requires appointments. Contact the center’s director, Joanna Taft, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or visit the website, harrisoncenter.org.
Bruce Armstrong, co-founder of WE ARE Indy, said it’s nice to work as part of a collective because it makes it easier for everyone to promote each other’s work, and they can better help other artists who want to get more involved in the arts scene.
“Just enjoy and hone our craft,” he said.
WE ARE Indy’s goal is to create change through art and empower future generations of creatives.
The group’s work in “Primary Colors” is for sale.
Contact staff writer Tyler Fenwick at 317-762-7853. Follow him on Twitter @Ty_Fenwick.