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Indianapolis’ Stutz Art Space Features Art Inspired by Music

The Stutz Art Space is exploring the space between our ears and our eyes. That is, what can we see that was inspired by what we hear?

Terri McClatchie's Something to Sea

Terri McClatchie's Something to Sea - Image via StutzArtist.com

Starting July 1 and running through July 29, the Stutz Art Space will feature the exhibit “The Color of Music” — images that will link the songs in our ears to the images in our minds. They’ll do it with local artists including Susan Brewer, Martha Carlson, Shawn Causey, Wendy Franklin, JanettMarie, Jane Knight, Laura Liotti, Terri McClatchie, Carol L. Myers, Kevin Smola, Mike Swolsky, Vicky Shaffer White, and Julia Wickes.

The exhibition kicks off with an opening reception from 5 pm – 9 pm on Friday, July 1, in conjunction with the city’s First Friday Art Walk. The reception will also feature the acoustic duo, The Hollanders.

The exhibition continues through July 29, and the gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays or by appointment.

To see The Color of Music, visit the Stutz Art Space, 212 W. 10th St., Indianapolis (please enter from 10th street via Bearcat Alley). The cost is free, and if you have questions, visit or call (317) 503-6420.

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