Cat Head Press

Printshop and Artist Cooperative

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Middle Space Gallery

The Middle Space Gallery is located in the Cat Head Printshop, between the studio space and Pia Urban Cafe. Events regularly held. Visitors can enter through the printshop entrance during open studio hours. Visit our Facebook page, events calendar, or contact us for more information.

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Submitting a Proposal for the Middle Space Gallery

The primary mission of Cat Head Press is to enrich and increase the well being of our community through investments in creativity and artistic expression. We invite professional artists (or groups of artists) to submit a proposal to show work in our newly renovated Middle Space Gallery.

Artists interested in proposing a solo, two-person, or group show for the Middle Space Gallery at Cat Head Press should visit the physical space during an exhibition to make sure your work is a good fit for the space. Then submit the following via Google Drive: 

  • A one-page document describing your proposed show. Include the number of artworks you plan to show and why the work is appropriate for this gallery space.
  • Up to 20 images of past or current work. At least 10 of these images should be work that will be in the show. If the work is all in process, please describe the new work in detail as it relates to the images you are sharing with us.
  • Image List: include title, date, medium, dimensions, and price. Also include explanation of process or materials if appropriate.
  • Current artist resume (please make sure your full name, current residential address, website, and e-mail address are all on this document)

Please be aware that the Middle Space Gallery at Cat Head Press shows primarily contemporary work by professional artists. We welcome artists working in all medias.


For specific questions contact:
Cat Head Press


Opening Reception: “Sub Prime” new work by erin k drew and kyle herrington

Friday, january 11th 7-10pm

Join us for the opening reception of an exhibition of new artwork by artists Erin K Drew and Kyle Herrington.

Sub Prime features work unified by collage techniques in multiple mediums, low brow iconography and a darkly humorous sensibility.

Erin K Drew is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and organizer. 
She gets a big kick out of forcing connections between images and forging connections between people. Projects include Putty: a live art talk show, Powertrip, Cartoon Research Lab and Difficult Women performance series.
She likes to “laff”

Kyle Herrington is an artist and curator living in Indianapolis, Indiana and currently serves as the Director of Exhibitions and Events at the Indianapolis Art Center. Through mixed media objects and paintings, Kyle’s current work explores marginalized notions of pop culture, queer camp, identity, and the LGBT landscape.