Archive for October 2011

Vintage Movie Night: Love Before Breakfast (1936)   Leave a comment

Love Before Breakfast

Film collector, historian and preservationist Eric Grayson will be sharing some of his favorite vintage films one night each month. Tickets are available at the door on the night of the film.

Love Before Breakfast (1936) with Carole Lombard, Preston Foster and Cesar Romero.  In the screwball comedy tradition of My Man Godfrey, Indiana native Carole Lombard plays a woman torn between a rich man (Foster) and a one of his employees (Romero).  The two men do a lot of backstabbing and double dealing, and the action ends up on a yacht during a storm.  Expect some laughs during this rarely seen gem! Runtime: 70 mins.

November 12        Saturday              7:00pm                   $3.00 per ticket

Posted October 31, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Events

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Favorite Moments from Ghoulish Garfield   Leave a comment

Pumpkins waiting to be decorated

Pumpkins waiting to be decorated

Thanks to all who came out to Garfield Park for our annual Halloween event! We hope everyone had as much fun as we did at the GPAC. Enjoy some snapshots from Friday night!

Making Goblin Goo!

Making Goblin Goo!

Decorating pumpkins

Decorating pumpkins

Spooky costumes!

Spooky costumes!

Our super volunteers!

Our super volunteers!

Adding color to the Goblin Goo

Adding color to the Goblin Goo

What a party!

What a party!

Posted October 30, 2011 by GPAC Arts in News

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Taking a Closer Look at Art Classes   Leave a comment

Clay Handbuilding for People with High-Functioning Autism

Clay Handbuilding for People with High-Functioning Autism

Fall is here! Kids are in school, Halloween decorations are popping up everywhere, the leaves are changing, and the Fall art classes have started here at the GPAC. From jewelry making to painting, we have a variety of subjects that keep our students busy. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted October 23, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Classes

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Indiana Photographic Society   Leave a comment


The Indiana Photographic Society meets here at the GPAC every Wednesday from 7-9PM. There is no registration and visitors are welcome to participate at no cost.

This club is for photographers, photo-historians, and enthusiasts. Activities and topics include photo critique, review, survey of techniques, and hands-on instruction. The Society exhibits the work of its members at locations around the state, including an annual exhibit here at the GPAC.

Would you like more information about the meetings and who attends? Read the rest of the article for more information and an interview with one of the members.

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Posted October 21, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Events

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Celebrating 100 Years of Indy Parks with Clay Tiles   Leave a comment

Krannert Family Center

The Arts for All Outreach team have been making the rounds again! Equipped with art supplies, they are travelling to various Indy Parks Family Centers through the end of November. This time, our team is making clay tiles that commemorate 100 Years of Indy Parks. Families who participate will learn about where clay comes from, how to use molds, and create their own tile to have as a keepsake.  Read the rest of this entry »

Posted October 14, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Arts For All, News

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Ghoulish Garfield 2011   Leave a comment

Ghoulish 2011 Poster Read the rest of this entry »

Posted October 13, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Events, News

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Want to win free tickets to Vintage Movie Night?   Leave a comment

Vintage Movie Night Contest: Leave a comment on our facebook wall about why you love old movies, and we will enter you into a drawing to win 2 FREE tickets and FREE popcorn for our Double Feature Vintage Movie Night (featuring The Invisible Man and The Invisible Man Returns) on October 15th! We will announce the winner at 5 pm on Wednesday, October 12th.

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Posted October 9, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Events