Artist Rebecca Robinson's artwork was chosen
by the Indianapolis Arts Council High Art/Billboard Project 2019-2020
Artwork titled “Protest”
(71st & Binford Indianapolis)
The Arts Council of Indianapolis and partner Reagan Outdoor Advertising (formerly Fairway Outdoor), have created High Art, a city-wide public art project which takes 10 works of art by central Indiana artists, prints them in a billboard format and places them around the city on a rotating basis. Images are rotated in and out of various locations as sites open up in the regular rotation of billboard advertisements. The works will rotate for one year on billboards throughout Marion and the seven surrounding counties.
Participating artists receive considerable value for their inclusion. The Arts Council pays the production costs for the vinyl billboards. Reagan donates the available billboard spaces and the installation and de-installation for a total estimated value of over $240,000 and an estimated 24 million views throughout the year.
The Harrison Center For The Arts Indianapolis
5th Annual Winter Window Walk
"Tribute to Indiana Ave & Wes & Buddy Montgomery"
on display until January 2020
"I wanted to create a window installation that would make you feel like you were actually there, listening to jazz music and enjoying the vibe" -Robinson
WE ARE INDY ARTS - ART COLLECTIVE
Represented Artist 2015-present
Best In Show 2015
One ARRT Art Organization/Founder
HOW ONE ARRT HELPS ARTISTS
Supports creatives who wish to pursue a career in the arts
Funding for workshops and classes for children and teens
Supports students who are art majors at University/College level
Career workshops, portfolio creation, career advising for artists.
HOW ONE ARRT HELPS THE COMMUNITY
Community/Public Art projects
Public Art Installations/Projects for communities in need
African American owned art galleries/exhibitions
Art Residency programs (Current and Future)
Advisory Committee Member
Producer/Set Decoration/Media Manager/Web Designer
Producer/Media Manager/Graphic & Web Designer
The Color of Medicine: The Story of
Homer G. PhillipsHospital documentary film
WON BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM
Montreal International Black Film Festival
Houston International Black Film Festival
Gary, IN. International Film Festival
I SEE YOU AWARDS/Royal Oak, Michigan
Executive Producer/Director Joyce M. Fitzpatrick
Director/Cinematographer/Producer Brian Shackelford
FLATCAT PRODUCTIONS/TUNNEL VIZION FILMS
Video On Demand, Amazon, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, Cable Networks
Commissioned Artist- 2020
The Arts Council of Indianapolis and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) are partnering to create public art experiences for both residents and visitors, funded by a grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc. The project, called Indy Art & Seek, will feature more than 100 engaging and accessible mini-installations, performances, literary pieces, and individual artworks along urban streets, as well as 6 large-scale installations in greenspaces throughout Indianapolis.
An interactive map and mobile application will guide participants through the experience, revealing locations and spaces that may currently have little or no public art. ACI will focus on matching local artists with opportunities to create installations for the project.
Scarves 4 Indy collects donations of winter items throughout the year to give away to those in need during the annual event each winter.
Black Lives Matter Mural Project- Indianapolis
Commissioned by the Arts Council of Indianapolis
Title: New Nation TM
Medium: Concrete, Tar, White Latex Paint
Union Station/Meridian St.
Black Lives Matter Mural/Indiana Ave.
Solo Exhibition Showcased at The Madame Walker Theatre-Indianapolis, IN.
"My goal is to be the first African-American owned and operated art supply company"-Rebecca Robinson