Homebuyers wanting to see a nice Indianapolis home for sale in the best possible light are likely to have their wishes granted when they visit the 6th annual Eye of the Beholder exhibit
Indianapolis, IN – March 8, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — How beauty can be defined is truly subjective, but when captured in a photograph by a professional, something as simple as an Indianapolis homes for sale can be immediately transformed to a work of art. This is exactly the case with the Eye of the Beholder exhibit, which is already on its sixth year. The exhibit, which is presented by the Indiana Photographic Society, will start on March 3, 2012 and will continue to be on display until April 15.
The opening ceremony for the exhibit will take place on the 3rd of March at 5 to 7 p.m. Admission for the opening ceremony is completely free. Aside from offering a wonderful and interesting collection of black and white photos, the exhibit also offers recreational activities for the whole family every weekend.
The Garfield Park is the chosen venue for the event. Its Garfield Park Arts Center (GPAC) ensures that dreams of local photographers and artists are kept alive. Originally serving as a pool house with an open-air shelter, GPAC later on benefited from substantial renovation that converted it into an exquisite art gallery as well as serving as the venue for various classrooms, an area for performing arts, and even its own literary arts library. In its Arts for All room, visitors may divide their time between enjoying the sights of regional and local artwork hanging on the walls of the Main Gallery and participating in fun hands-on arts and crafts activities that are perfect for the whole family.
Classes and summer camps for kids and adults are available as well and they include lesson offerings for teen mixed media, preschool music, clay hand building for adults, and summer camps for the children. There are also other events that take place in the center, including that of Vintage Movie Nights as well as The Taming of the Shrew, which will be featured indoors and played by local artists themselves.
More information about the exhibit may be viewed at http://gpacarts.org or by contacting 317-327-7135. Those in the area searching for an Indianapolis home for sale may enjoy a brief stop at Garfield Park, which is located at 2432 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis.
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