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Supernatural Art

Curated by Paula Katz
June 6 – July 17, 2015
Reception July 11, 2015 from 4-6 p.m.

 The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art invites you to the newest exhibit, Supernatural, from June 6th to July 17th 2015. With works juried by Paula Katz, Executive Director at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA), Supernatural presents a variety of concepts and takes on the subject of the supernatural as depicted in popular culture. Through earnest explorations, humorous takes and conceptually oriented works, this show presents works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture and video.  

This exhibition features local, regional, national, and international artists: Brett Anderson, Lesley Baker, Max Boschini, Emily Budd, Josiah Cazares, Richard Cutshall, Dominic Guarnaschelli, Gary Logan Hobdy, Sean Hoisington, Robert Horvath, Arpád Horváth, Christy Jochum, Sarah Kasch, Heather Landry, Laura Levine, Erich Neitzke, Quincy Owens & Luke Crawley, Andrew Davis, Stefan Petranek, Aaron Pierce, Steven Sickles, Kalli Stylianides, Ingrid Ung, Simon Welch, Kristen Wilkins.

A reception for Supernatural will be held at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, July 11th during the final weekend of the New Harmony Music Festival and School. The exhibition is free and open to the public. 

The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art is an outreach partner of the University of Southern Indiana. The gallery is located at 506 Main Street in New Harmony, Indiana. Regular hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 812/682-3156 

About Catherine Cotrupi

Catherine Cotrupi is the Community Engagement Manager for Historic New Harmony. In this capacity she serves as a bridge between the University of Southern Indiana and the community by engaging students, faculty, and staff with the residents and town of New Harmony. She earned her MS in Sociology from Virginia Tech and then served as the university’s first LGBTQ Coordinator for two years before moving to Evansville.

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