Indianapolis Museum of Art

IMA plans arts installations along White River

July 16, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The Indianapolis Museum of Art will receive a $200,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant for a series of installations along a six-mile stretch of the White River.
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LOU'S VIEWS: 100 thoughts on 100 Acres

June 26, 2010
Lou Harry
Watch video icon for 100 Acres100 Acres, a new art and nature park, opened behind the Indianapolis Museum of Art June 19. This major addition to the city’s cultural and social landscape seemed worthy of at least 100 thoughts—and two videos.
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IMA searching for executive to lead big capital campaign

June 26, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is gearing up for a major campaign and will create a senior management position in fundraising. CEO Maxwell Anderson said the national search for a “chief development officer” coincides with strategic planning that will result in a capital campaign for a still-unspecified amount.
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Health Foundation hires development director

June 23, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
Key Indianapolis Museum of Art fundraiser Kathy Nagler has been hired as the first development director for Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis.
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IMA hopes sculpture park brings acclaim, and donors

June 15, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The $25 million park's grand opening is scheduled for June 20 following an opening-night party and a members-only VIP preview with artists and architect on June 19. Atelier Van Lieshout's "Funky Bones" is one of the featured sculptures.
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Not-for-profits reach out to younger donors and volunteers

June 5, 2010
Norm Heikens
Charities and not-for-profits are trying to broaden their appeal to younger adults without turning off older stalwarts.
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LOU'S VIEWS: You won't be bored with Weegee

April 24, 2010
Lou Harry
This week, photographs by the legendary Weegee at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Plus a visit from the national tour of “A Chorus Line.”
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Museum of Art expects boost from fall Warhol show

April 23, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The Indianapolis Museum of Art expects its upcoming Andy Warhol exhibit to draw 40,000 people, helping it offset a drop in funding from its endowment.
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LOU'S VIEWS: A ballet blockbuster tops 2009's list of favorites

December 26, 2009
Lou Harry
Here are the 10 offerings that I most enthusiastically recommended to friends and readers in the past year.
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Rare sacred art exhibition boosts museum attendance

December 2, 2009
Associated Press
"Sacred Spain: Art and Belief in the Spanish World" at the Indianapolis Museum of Art is drawing visitors from around the world for an unprecedented exhibition
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Big donor leaves Indianapolis Museum of Art board

November 28, 2009
Kathleen McLaughlin
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is losing endowment revenue at the same time prominent donor Wayne Zink, CEO of Endangered Species Chocolate, has resigned from the board.
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LOU'S VIEWS: Graven image conscious

October 17, 2009
Lou Harry
This week, Spanish artists explore the sacred and the IRT’s playwright-in-residence presents a haunted Abe Lincoln.
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Art museum imposes unpaid vacations to save cash

October 15, 2009
Kathleen McLaughlin
The Indianapolis Museum of Art will furlough its staff of 270 for one week this fiscal year in an effort to trim $1.4 million, or 5.5 percent, from its $25.5 million budget.
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Indianapolis Museum of Art wins national honor

October 6, 2009
Kathleen McLaughlin
IMA is one of 10 institutions across the country that will receive the 2009 National Medal for Museum and Library Service.
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DINING: New IMA eatery keeps things new

September 19, 2009
Lou Harry
The menu changes weekly at the Indianapolis Museum of Art's new eatery, Nourish.
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Museum of Art hires chief operating officer

September 11, 2009
 IBJ Staff
The Indianapolis Museum of Art announced this week that it has hired a veteran of the New York City arts community to fill its chief operating officer position.
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LOU'S VIEWS: 'Pump Boys,' the IMA's 'Memory Cloud,' and Tarantino's latest

August 17, 2009
Lou Harry
A musical returns with local cast intact, new lobby artwork at the IMA invites revisits, and Tarantino's new WWII movie disappoints.
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IMA, $3 Bill, symphony and opera deliver drama, comedy, fine music

May 25, 2009
Lou Harry
This week, challenging work at the IMA, an impressive operatic collaboration, and laugh-out-loud silliness.
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LOU'S VIEWS: IMA's artbabble.org offers visual art videos

April 13, 2009
Lou Harry
This week, an online visit with a new Indianapolis Museum of Art, plus a local take on "Forbidden Broadway."
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A love letter (and plea) about supporting local artsRestricted Content

March 23, 2009
Carol Faenzi
When was the last time you took your child or teen-ager to hear classical music, or see a contemporary dance performance a la Dance Kaleidoscope? When was the last time you went to see a play?
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LOU'S VIEWS: At IMA, the shape of things that came

March 16, 2009
Lou Harry
This week, the IMA celebrates design, the IRT attempts a rewritten French farce, and the Phoenix puts its stamp on "Mauritius."
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Tobias Theater renovation is new model for environmentally sensitive constructionRestricted Content

March 9, 2009
Sam Stall
The 600-seat Randall L. and Marianne W. Tobias Theater (nicknamed The Toby) is arguably the greenest facility of its kind in the nation.
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IMA's new design store bucks frugality trend

March 2, 2009
Kathleen McLaughlin
The Indianapolis Museum of Art's Design Center opened last October as a complement to the museum's 20th century design collection, which curator R. Craig Miller expects to grow exponentially.
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IMA wins key grant for labRestricted Content

February 9, 2009

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is one step closer to establishing its first conservation science lab, which Conservator-in-Charge David Miller said would put the IMA on par with museums in New York, Chicago and Boston—at least in terms of technology.

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IMA cuts will delay Art & Nature Park

January 6, 2009
Lou Harry
The Indianapolis Museum of Art today announced a series of cutbacks designed to trim $1.7 million from its budget due to revenue shortfalls and "significant losses" to its endowment.
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