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Explore the new Art in the City 2022 virtual gallery

Rohan Karanjit

Art in the City isn’t a normal Arts Council exhibit.

Art in the City doesn’t have a central theme like other ARTSWIN exhibits sometimes do. The annual exhibit is showcase of entries from ARTSWIN members, all of which have diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and stories to tell through their art.

The results is more than 50 entries from regional artists, including paintings, photography, ceramics, stained glass, and more.

Check out the virtual for Art in the City 2022 gallery below to experience the full range of talent within the region.

The exhibit is available to view in-person until June 2. The Bower Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. s

Upcoming Arts Council exhibits include Lift Every Voice, an exhibit inspired by Juneteenth (registration still open), an Indiana Arts Commission Region 10 On-Ramp group exhibit, and a Latino Heritage Month exhibit in September.

To learn more about becoming a member of the Arts Council, please click this link.

For more information, or to purchase a piece, contact Gallery Director Andrea Adams at [email protected].

Check out these other virtual exhibits while you’re here:

Textile Art Telephone Game
Art Noir (black and white exhibit) 2022
Spooky Show 2021

Art in the City 2022

Zach Evans

Zach Evans is the Community Director for the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. Zach performs regionally in the band Corduroy Orbison. He also enjoys graphic design and photography.