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Spotlight on Black artists who shaped Naptown

As the community comes together to celebrate Black History Month, the Recorder is shedding a light on a few of the Black visual artists...

Local cultural tours return for NBA All-Star Weekend

By ABRIANA HERRON Sampson Levingston hosts local cultural tours in Indianapolis. The return of his Through2Eyes Walk & Talk tour comes just in time for...

A slam dunk!

Last Friday night local artist Kenneth Hordge, better known as FINGERCREATIONS, saw the classy Gallery Forty-Two filled to the brim with lovers of basketball...

You BUTTER believe it: How the arts fair fairs in community

BUTTER, the Black fine arts fair created to uplift Indy’s Black visual artists is also uplifting Indy natives who flock to the event every year.

BUTTER artists talk art, equity and cultivating creativity  

Indianapolis is preparing for what could be its biggest weekend in the art world.  As Hoosiers and more swarm the city to get a taste...

Beyond BUTTER: The creamy center of ‘the nation’s most popular art fair’

When Mali and Alan Bacon created BUTTER, they had no idea it would blow up in just three years.  The Black fine arts fair was...

BUTTER returns to Indianapolis this September

GANGGANG, a cultural development and creative advocacy firm, has announced the upcoming BUTTER fine art fair from Aug. 31 - Sept. 3, showcasing the...

‘Celebrate our own’: GANGGANG, Recorder partner for mural dedication

Local artist Ashley Nora applied to work on a mural project for months. After numerous rejections, she sought out divine intervention three months ago. “I...

GANGGANG leaders bring fine art fair to Indianapolis

When Malina Jeffers and Alan Bacon formed the cultural development firm GANGGANG, they wanted to provide Black artists in Indianapolis with opportunities to expand...
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