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Indianapolis Art Center preparing for 52nd Annual Broad Ripple Art Fair

For more than 50 years, the annual Broad Ripple Art Fair has raised money for programming while exposing the community to diverse artists from...

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...

Spotlight on Black artists who shaped Naptown

As the community comes together to celebrate Black History Month, the Recorder is shedding a light on a few of the Black visual artists...

Hoosier Historia to shed light on Hoosier Hysteria during NBA All-Star Weekend

As the city gears up for the 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend, the Indy Arts Council is sharing some of Indiana’s greatest moments in basketball...

Recorder Rewind: The best of Indy’s arts in 2023

Artists and creatives around Indianapolis have had a fairly significant year, from The Bicentennial Unity Plaza to Mike Epps’ “Buying Back the Block” to...

Community leaders respond to Newfields: What comes next?

In the wake of Newfields’ former CEO and three board members resigning from the institution, community leaders are speaking out and demanding answers. On Nov....

Carmel International Arts Festival to feature student art show

The Carmel International Arts Festival returns this weekend to the Carmel Arts and Design District.  Taking place Sept. 23-24, the festival aims to celebrate and...

Why the social and economic impact of arts on Indy matters

It is no secret that sports and entertainment are a driving force of revenue for Indianapolis, but what about the arts? The Indy Arts Council...

Beyond BUTTER: The creamy center of ‘the nation’s most popular art fair’

When Mali and Alan Bacon created BUTTER, they had no idea it would blow up in just three years.  The Black fine arts fair was...
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