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Public Art as a Conversation Starter

As you make your way around Indianapolis neighborhoods, you’ll come across collaborative artworks such as the mural “Bringing Love Back to the Community” at...

When walls become canvases: Subsurface Street Art Expo returns  

Due to this article's nature, some sources wish to remain anonymous and gave the Recorder alternate names.  Colorful murals of figures, shoes and even a...

COHatch and the Harrison Center breathe new life into Polk Stables

Nestled in the cozy Martindale Brightwood neighborhood, right next to Tinker House and across the Monon, the historic Polk Stables has been given a...

Eiteljorg hosts 32nd Indian Market and Festival 

The Eiteljorg Museum is gearing up for one of the biggest Native American art markets in the country. Presented by the Indiana Soybean Alliance, the...

‘Nourishing Well’ to celebrate Black women making space for each other

With pieces from all mediums, Black women are creating their own spaces and celebrating each other in a new exhibition. The Madam Walker Legacy Center...

Beyond the Blues: Refocusing the Rainbow

With the start of summer swiftly approaching, the Indianapolis Arts Center has concluded their spring showings, cementing the end of the season.  The exhibits...

‘New World’ ICO and Dance Kaleidoscope present end of season collaboration

Dance Kaleidoscope and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra are presenting “New World” – a multi-sensory program featuring Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9. The collaborative performance, which marks...

Beyond bars: Art showcases impact of justice system and hope for future

Showcasing detailed acrylic paintings, hand-made quilts and sculptures, ArtSpoken, an event hosted by Public Advocates in Community Re-Entry (PACE), displayed a wide array of...

Harrison Center to host April Greatriarch Gathering 

The Harrison Center’s monthly Greatriarch Gathering is back this April. Friends, family and Community members are invited to the Harrison Center on April 11, 2024,...

Indiana Landmarks to host First Friday art show

Indiana Landmarks will host “Indiana Waterways: The Art of Conservation” during its First Friday art show. The traveling art exhibition was created by five Indiana-based...
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