Showing posts with label art shows. Show all posts
Showing posts with label art shows. Show all posts

Monday, December 03, 2012

Zhenya: The Exhibition ... with refreshments.


The refreshments of which we speak will be NABC's Community Dark, Gold and Hoosier Daddy. The downtown New Albany building (234 E. Pearl) is somewhat affectionately known to locals as Jim's Gun Room, an ill-fated business occupying it until a point in the early 1990's (there's a nafarious story to be told, but not today). When built, it was a bank, and renovation currently underway should strip subsequent layers of tackiness, revealing at least some of the previous appearance.

Zhenya: The Exhibition

This year’s IU Southeast Senior BFA Fall exhibition is an exciting compilation of media and styles. Eight artists from five disciplines will display their work, ranging from illusionistic to purely abstract forms. Work includes traditional media such as oils, graphite, monotype, ceramics, and also branches into installation, shadow boxes and vegetable papyrus. The collection will be housed in one of New Albany’s oldest structures, recently purchased for restoration. This diverse repertoire of work promises a night of wonder and excitement that guarantees to fill the hole in Zhenya’s heart.

Exhibiting Artists: Philip Carlton, Wende Cudmore, Jeremy Dattilo, Miri Fetko, Dani Maudlin, Rebeka Trapp, Kayla Troutman, Amie Villiger

The ZHENYA exhibition will be held on December 8, 2012 at 234 Pearl Street, New Albany, Indiana (on the corner of Pearl and Market Street). This show is a ONE NIGHT EVENT open from 5:00pm-8:00pm. Refreshments will be available.

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

NABC at the CLEAN FOSSILS collaborative exhibition on Saturday, December 3.

Last Saturday (December 3), Josh and Megan served NABC beers and Turtle Run wines at CLEAN FOSSILS, a collaborative exhibition featuring the artwork of the 2011-2012 senior IU Southeast BFA artists. The exhibit was held at 501 Pearl Street, an historic building in the midst of refurbishment located just around the corner from Bank Street Brewhouse. This is precisely the sort of event we enjoy doing downtown because of the good vibe it brings to a revitalizing neighborhood. For views of the art, follow these links:

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

This Saturday: The Undertow Art Show "Against the Current," in support of Planned Parenthood.

It's coming this Saturday (July 30), it's on Facebook, and it's a LEO staff pick:

Saturday, July 30

The Undertow Art Show

The Art Store

205 E. Market St., New Albany, IN
812-948-2088

Free; 2-11 p.m.

The intent of this, the latest in a thankfully never-ending stream of art/bands/beer events, is to support Planned Parenthood of Indiana. If this doesn’t speak to your interests, move on, it’s a free country. The organizers state, “The goal of this group exhibit is to showcase artists with a message.” Such artists have been invited to participate by expressing their take on pressing issues of the day (just like the hippies did!), such as the economy, the wars and other “natural” disasters. “From the creation of art, we can open conversation and reach new depths of communication,” they pledge. And did I mention the beer? New Albanian Brewing Company will be selling their drinkable art, and bands like Shawn Sleeps Naked and Bunny Day and the Mercy Buckets will provide the aural art. — Peter Berkowitz

Friday, November 21, 2008

Special pin of cask-conditioned Community Dark to accompany night two of the Purple People Party.

Tonight for the Purple People Party art show, Jared will be tapping a pin (five gallons) of cask-conditioned Community Dark, and with a delightful difference: It's a wooden pin that formerly housed Calvados-aged JW Lees Vintage Harvest Ale. The ale should be flowing by late afternoon.

Whe emptied, the pin will be refilled with bouncing baby Solidarity and hidden away to alchemize. You'll forget all about it, and then, when you least expect it ... Jared will break the seal and you'll read another e-mail.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

It's time for another NABC art show: Purple People Party, this weekend.


The basics from organizer Kevin Dennis. There'll be a special NABC beer on tap then ... more about that later in the week.

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ART SHOW = Purple People Party!

Some confusion is amidst us during these dreary times ... The ART SHOW is the PURPLE PEOPLE PARTY!!!

SO if you are interested in being apart of the Purple People Party now is the
time to get involved. There will be much fun had by all and better yet good times
for some.

SO if you were confused by the dates they are as follows ...

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

The 20th , 21st and 22nd......

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Wanted: New Albanian art show, May 15, 16 & 17.

Kevin and the gang have another art show for the coming weekend. Check out the art in Prost, NABC's special events wing.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

"The Worst Art Show Ever" at NABC, January 25 & 26.


(Copied from the New Albanian Art MySpace site)

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Posted & Hosted By: New Albanian Art

When:
Friday Jan 25, 2008 at 1:00 PM

Where:
New Albanian Brewing Company
3312 Plaza Drive
New Albany, Indiana
47150 United States

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The Worst Art Show EVER!!

Art of all kinds to enjoy and criticize!

The idea behind this show is giving a chance for people to show off their work yet again at the NABC. However, the artists are also encouraged to show their least favorite piece of art. Who knows? They might hate their work and you might actually love it. Weirder things have happened.

So come on out and enjoy the art, music, and beer!

It may be the worst art show that you have ever been to ... and there is only one way to find out!

Music- as of right now:

Amos
Stephen Powell
Jared Williamson
Daniel Brown
Tara Kimes

There may be a few other performance artists at this show but it's a bit to early to tell. I will keep you posted as things change.

Kevin Dennis

Saturday, October 20, 2007

New Albanian Art Show: "The Coolest Event in all of Louisville is in New Albany."

I hope that Kat doesn't mind my borrowing her words as an enticement for readers to come out and experience the New Albanian Art Show currently under way in Prost. Tonight's the final night, people.

The Coolest Event in all of Louisville is in New Albany

I am IMPRESSED. Opening night of the art show, being a Thursday, was not something I expected much of. Honestly, I enjoy the Thursdays a lot, though, because it seems to be mostly the artists there. The viewers/buyers will likely turn out more on Friday and Saturday

As for the art... so eclectic. So many styles, so much variety... so much talent. Joshua Gilley always does stuff that makes me want to be a buyer, not a seller (but I'm too broke for all that). Tony just f'n ROCKS (and I LOVE the beer labels he does for the NABC). Misty only put two pieces in, and you have to look for them because they are small and in black and white, but if you find them and absorb the energy of the strokes and the purity of what she does, you'll love her instantly. Then talk to her, and you'll see why everything she does just naturally comes out art, because she is a true work of art herself.

What really astounded me, this time around, however was the live shows. I expect some talented local songwriters and stuff, singing and strumming in the background. But I was blown away by the two who did yoga to music... right there amongst the art, these two people making a dozen works of art per minute with their bodies... it was beautiful.

And, the NABC being the accidental melting pot of talent and creativity, I come to find out one of those two performers had been a diswasher there. No surprise. That place just attracts, exhales, and breeds mental magic. From the professors that chat there, to the musicians and artists... the kitchen of that place holds more talent that all of my favorite Louisville art galleries put together.

Then Peter performed.... I will lay awake stumped over that for days. The intensity of his performance, the power, genius, and abrupt elloquence of his words, and the fun of the music just came together into something so enjoyable I had to walk away every now and then to let my brain settle down because I was too overjoyed with the experience of it to process it all. And, of course, Stephen Powell played. (see powellproject.com). I would be a HUGE fan of his remarkable talent even if I didn't adore him as a friend. His music is unforgettable

If you want some free wine and some ok art just to say you buy local art, go on a gallery hop. If you want an unparalleled experience in the real thing, you should have been at NABC tonight. I mean no disrespect towards the local Louisville artists. I love the galleries downtown and revel in every opportunity to experience the work down there. I've seen some WONDERFUL work down there. But to see what talent was hidden in New Albany really moved me, tonight. I was proud to be a part of it

Kudos to Kevin for the organizing. I hope he didn't use up all the best performances tonight, because I don't see how the next two nights could follow it, but I have faith in New Albanian Art. It will be great, I'm sure.


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Photo credit: The Curmudgeon. NABC's Tony Beard is shown next to the label art for our forthcoming V (5th Anniversary ale).

Monday, May 07, 2007

NABC's Hoosier Daddy Art Show this weekend (May 10th,11th & 12th).

NABC's Hoosier Daddy Art Show is scheduled for Mother's Day Weekend (May 10th,11th & 12th). This third edition in the Prost wing of the building gets under way on Thursday.

I can’t tell you how proud I am of our employees, who’ve done every bit of the heavy lifting necessary to mount these productions. Just this past Sunday I found myself in conversation with a person who was lamenting the state of the nation’s youth in the current day and age. I've generally never agreed with such pronouncements, and judging from the way our twenty-somethings have handled responsibility when it comes to these art shows, I’m here to tell you that the criticism is misdirected.

Of course there’ll be beer, too.

Here's the preview from guiding light Kevin Dennis.

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Hoosier Daddy Art Show
Mother's Day Weekend
May 10th,11th & 12th

Thursday - Movie Night!

Soft opening of the art show with a collection of films to watch.

"Welcome Back," a full length film by a crew in Louisville."
Darfur Diaries," a documentary about the Darfur region of Sudan.
A collection of film shorts by Teddy Goman, i.e. "Good cop/Bad cop."

Friday - ART and Music

Come check out some really talented artists and musicians. Music will be in the main room at Prost starting at 7:30 p.m.

Music Lineup - Ben Traughber ... Daniel Brown ... Jared Williamson and Tommy Potts ... Pokey La Farge

Saturday - A mix of it all

Music, movies, a glass blowing expo, and much, much more! There will be a guest speaker at 4 p.m. talking about the Darfur documentary, and glass blower Daniel Holland. Music starts at 8:30 p.m.

Music Lineup - Stephen Powell ... Andy Kaiser/Scott Shamel and friends ... Ben Traughber

Here is a list of a few of our artists: Lauren Heavrin, Mary Anne Tonini, Josh Gilley, Jeannie Bodney, Whitney Harrell, Tony Beard (NABC’s graphic artist), Glen Brown, Michael Nicolas, Nathan Fessel - and the list goes on and on ...

We have over 20 artists scheduled to be in the show! The art shows here at NABC are getting bigger and better each time. This would not happen with out your help. Thank you for your support! If you are curious about future shows or want to try and arrange a solo show ... please contact Kevin Dennis - absurdier@wildmail.com

Hope to see you there!