The Alkis Keramidas Museum of Art will be hosting The St. Richard's Annual Board Social.
Each month the IAM Alliance Book Club selects a book for a group meeting. On a given date, the group goes on a secret tour related to that book, explores other behind the scene topics, and discusses the book with peers over complimentary refreshments. The October selection is "The Thieves of Bagdad" by Matthew Bogdanos, and the meeting will take place in the Alkis Keramidas Museum of Art.
The Rivers of the Anthropocene Reception is being hosted by KERAMIDA Inc. and will be held in the Alkis Keramidas Museum of Art.
Rivers of the Anthropocene is a transdisciplinary research project examining global river systems during the age of the Anthropocene (1750 to present). The first phase of the project uses the Ohio and Tyne Rivers as case studies. Approaching rivers and their landscapes not simply as natural phenomena or as human artifacts but as human-nature entanglements, a group of international researchers seeks to provide a transdisciplinary analysis of the interactions between humans and their river environments. By mapping the ecological, geographical, cultural, social, political, and scientific histories of river systems, this project will provide insight on issues of relevance to public policy, environmental conservation, and heritage management.
Since an anniversary in business is always a milestone, KERAMIDA proudly celebrates the achievements of a dedicated staff, loyal clients, and 25 years of superb service. The reception will be held at KERAMIDA Headquarters at the KERAMIDA Museum.
The KERAMIDA Institute for Sustainability and Art hosted the World Trade Day's VIP Reception of the World Trade Day event in The Alkis Keramidas Museum of Art.
The World Trade Day, held on March 18, 2013 in Indianapolis, was sponsored by the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce and the World Trade Club of Indianapolis. The event focused on successful strategies for doing business overseas and features numerous Honored Guests, including:
- Mr. Arit Farrakhov, Minister of Health, Tartarstan, Russia
- The Honorable Robert Chatterton Dickson, British Consul General Chicago
- Mr. Rob McNeill, Vice Consul Trade & Investment, British Consulate-General Chicago
- Ms. Collette Buscemi, Head of Trade and Investment, UKTI Chicago
- Mr. Ken Bremer, Director, Germany Trade & Investment, Chicago
- The Honorable Roger Price, Consul General of Australia, Chicago
- Mr. Chris Knepler, Investment Commissioner, Australian Trade Commission, Chicago
- The Honorable Dr. Roy Norton, Consul General of Canada to Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan & Ohio
- Ms. Sara Hagigh, Team Leader of the Office of North & Central America and the Caribbean (from D.C.)
- Mr. Ke Dai, Consul, Consulate General of P.R. of China, Chicago
- The Honorable Greg Ballard, Mayor of Indianapolis, was the Keynote Speaker
The World Trade Day's VIP Reception was attended by over 80 guests. The Reception was hosted by KERAMIDA, Inc. and the KERAMIDA Institute for Sustainability and Art, and was held at the Alkis Keramida Museum of Art.
IDADA presents the First Friday Art Tour, featuring 39 downtown venues. This Friday, you can view "Lilly Oncology on Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey" at the Artsgarden. Then join guests at The Alexander CityWay to "Experience the Art Carouse at Plat 99." Last, but not least, complete the evening with extraordinary images from artist Rad Drew during the Open House at New Day Meadery.
The concert, sponsored by The Alkis Keramidas Museum of Art, will feature Oboist Roger Roe and pianist Kent Cook who will join violist Michael Strauss in a benefit performance for the Indianapolis Suzuki Academy. The trio will perform the lyrical and Romantic Rhapsodies by Charles Loeffler. The melancholy Lachrymae by Benjamin Britten and the passionate and powerful Sonata by Rebecca Clark, both for viola and piano, balance the program.
Michael Strauss is on the faculty of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Roger Roe is a member of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and teaches at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. Kent Cook is on the faculty of Illinois Wesleyan University.
IDADA presents the First Friday Art Tour, featuring 39 downtown venues. The Second Annual Art School Rejects Show is opening at the Indy Indie Artist Colony. "Animal House" is the featured theme of the Galleries at the Harrison Center for the Arts. And last but not least, the closing reception for "TINY" (tiny artwork) and the re-launching of "Be Indypendent," the buy Indy art movement is at Gallery 924.
IDADA presents the First Friday Art Tour, featuring 39 downtown venues. The Harrison Center is hosting the 2012 Borshoff Annual Gallery Show. Rosanna Hardin Hall and her guest artist Fritz Kackley will have their paintings on display and for sale at the Villa Dell' Artista. "Homage to Sixto Diaz Rodriguez" exhibition is featured at the Mass Ave Wine Shoppe and the "Global Space" exhibition is at IMOCA. Last, but not least, the "First in Line" event is at the Stutz Art Space.
IDADA presents the First Friday Art Tour, featuring 39 downtown venues. The Marsh Gallery is hosting an opening reception for the first year Graduate students of the Herron School of Art and Design and the poetry students at IUPUI. Afterwards, everyone is invited to visit the Lobby Art Space at the Madame Walker Theatre Center for the opening reception of "Love is the Master Rhythm," an exhibition of new paintings by Samuel E. Vazquez.
IDADA presents the First Friday Art Tour, featuring 39 downtown venues. Begin the evening with Mass Ave's Harvest of the Arts featuring live music, performance artists, showcases, and culinary arts. Afterwards, visit Primary Gallery for the opening reception of Indianapolis painter Stan Blevins. More local artists can also be seen at the Harrison Center for the Arts which is featuring "Food Con3" with an interactive mural. Last, but not least, Richard Emery Nickolson will open the Fall season at Dewclaw with "An Apotropaic Symphony." This opening reception features watercolors on paper reference pictographic symbols that have both representational and abstract functions.