Visual Arts + Museums

Asphaltum: Art Exhibit Celebrating 100th Running of the Indy 500

When: Fri., May 6, 6 p.m. 2016

Asphaltum is a material used in both pavement and artists’ materials. Like the material, this exhibit brings together artists with work that expresses ideas about history, place, & experiences related to this iconic sport.

Alberto Baraya, Colombia, Danielle Riede - Indy, Kathleen Asheton – Michigan, Katrina J. Murray – Indy, Kevin Teare - New York, Skip Jones – Indy. CCIC was built in the 1920s by Louis Schwitzer, winner of the 1st auto race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the engineer behind the famous “Marmon Wasp” engine that propelled Ray Harroun to victory in the 1st Indy 500.

Price: Free

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