When: Fri., April 27, 5:30-10:30 p.m. and Sat., April 28, 2-7 p.m. 2012
It comes but once a year: the Stutz Artists Open House, when the Stutz Business Center opens its wide garage doors and alleyways to the outside world, so that those artists who call it home might show off what they made over the long, hard winter. 70-plus artists that is, who enjoy digs in the 400,000-plus square foot, block-long building — including two artists, bronze sculptor Emily Budd and mixed-media artist Joseph Crone, who are living rent-free as Stutz Residents. There will be music, food (Bearcats, Judge's Bar-B-Que, Cocoa's Safari) and plenty of parking.
Price: $10 advance (Old National banking center, Stutz business office), $12 gate; $8 re-entry Saturday with Friday's ticket stub.