The History of the Harrison Center As you walk though the halls of the Harrison Center for the Arts this First Friday for our show Nottingham Forest: Hanging of the Green (December 7, 6-10pm), take a step back.  We are no ordinary, contemporary art gallery. We are an art gallery that boasts of a rich, cultural history.

Our facility, originally built in 1903 to house the First Presbyterian Congregation, has since transformed and morphed into a variety of uses for a variety of organizations. Today it houses the Harrison Center, the VSA of Indiana, and Redeemer Presbyterian Church.

The history of our gallery and facility was recently told by our friends at ACB Films.  It's an engaging and delightful story that highlights all that took place around our abode at 16th and Delaware.

Watch the film and then come to First Friday (December 7, 6-10pm) at the Harrison Center to experience all of the new and wonderful art of over 50 artists!