Exhibits and Events

2019-20 Exhibition Schedule



January-February 2020 Randall J Clark-Retrospective Exhibit
January 3rd

First Friday

Opening Reception, 5-8 pm for Randall J Clark

Gallery Talk at 7:00 pm

February 7th

First Friday

2nd Opening Reception, 5-8 pm for Randall J Clark

Randall J Clark performance at 6:00 pm


Chris Heck

March 6th

First Friday

Opening Reception, 5-9 pm for Chris Heck

April 5th

First Friday

2nd Opening Reception, 5-9 pm for Chris Heck

March 23rd-April 11th

Entries for the Annual Juried Show "2020 Vision" are accepted during this 3 week time frame Click Here to Download Entry Packet


"2020 Vision" Annual Juried Show

May 1st

First Friday

Opening Reception for "2020 Vision", 5-9 pm Merit Awards at 7pm


June 5th

First Friday

2nd Opening Reception for "2020 Vision", 5-9 pm " Peoples' Choice" award presented 7pm











First Friday


We are open the First Friday of every month from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. We schedule most of our artists receptions for these evenings and we often have artists working.

Current Showroom Exhibit


Randall J Clark-Retrospective



Leather sculpture, alabaster, terracotta and bronze sculpture will fill the Fire Arts Showroom for a January and February retrospective exhibit of work by New Carlisle artist, Randall J. Clark. Past visitors to the South Bend Farmer's Market may remember when, as a shareholder vendor, his work was displayed from 1972 till 1995. Students, faculty and staff may remember the fifteen years at Indiana University South Bend when he served as gallery director and adjunct faculty. The r j clark studio/gallery in his New Carlisle home is where he continues to create, teach, and primarily display his work.
The opening reception at Fire Arts is on Friday, January 3, from 5:00 - 8:00 pm.
Public, and mostly private collections throughout the United States and 12 foreign countries, include representations of work that has received national awards and the silver award at the 1994 international Peace and Justice Exhibit in Jilin China. There, artists from over 50 countries presented work commemorating the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Randall was recipient of IUSB's first BFA awarded in 1995 as a graduate of distinction, and an MA in Arts Management from Columbia College Chicago was awarded in 1998.






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