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.


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


Free Ink Day Pt 3

Join us for our third Free Ink Day! This is a free, family friendly event from 10am-12pm on Sunday, 9/17. Kids and grown-ups alike are invited to come make potato prints with us! You will be able to take home some unique and fun prints, as well as contribute to our ongoing collaborative piece.

John Collins McCormick Opening Reception

"Why not see the John Collins McCormick painting drawing sculpture exhibit at the Middle Space Gallery Friday October 6th from seven til ten p.m.? It's at 2834 East Washington Street, cool."

Come see work from artist John Collins McCormick in our Middle Space Gallery! The show (a free event) will be up from 10/6 to 10/16. At the same time, we will be hosting our "Full Moon Floom Boom" event in the workshop space. Participants will be printing glow-in-the-dark full moon themed t-shirts. You can buy a shirt to print AT the event (and take home with you) for only $15!

Full Moon Floom Boom

Join us for a full moon celebration! Indianapolis artist, John Collins McCormick, will have new drawings, paintings and sculpture up in the Middle Space Gallery. 

We will also be printing GLOW IN THE DARK t-shirts and postcards designed by McCormick himself. T's will be $15 and postcards are FREE.

Enjoy some live music by Furniture Daniel, the new solo electronic project of David Dominique, coming all the way from Richmond, VA to grace our ears with colorful soundscapes. 

Our friends at Ash and Elm will provide us with cider while we pay homage to the moon.

Free Ink Day pt 4

Join us for our fourth Free Ink Day-- and this one is in honor of Halloween! This is a free, family friendly event from 10am-12pm on Sunday, 10/15. Kids and grown-ups alike are invited to come screenprint HALLOWEEN TOTE BAGS with us!!!

Drink+Ink: MASKS

Come make a mask with us in celebration of Halloween! Participants will be able to design their own spooky (or whatever vibe you're going for) masks and enjoy local beverages in the Cat Head Press shop with us. 

Tickets are $10 and include all mask-making materials. Participants can pay at the door or pre-register at

We can't wait to see you!

Noche de Terror

Get ready to see some amazing horror artwork created by well-known Indianapolis artist Carlos Cazares. 

The show, titled "Noche de Terror" translates in English to "Night of Terror." The first 50 participants to show up in costume will receive a free signed and editioned silkscreen print created by the artist! 

During the show, art will be for sale made by various artists with a similar aesthetic to Cazares in the studio, including Epyon 5 and Lydia Burris.

Carlos Torres Cazares began his interest in printmaking at the College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Califormia, with a focus in lithography. He began his BFA in printmaking at the Kansas City Art Institute, and in 2011 received his MFA in printmaking at Herron School of Art and Design. Carlos currently shares an artist studio with his wife at Cat Head Press: Printshop and Artist Cooperative.


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