IBJ ticket giveaway: Neo-Impressionists at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

June 25, 2014
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Experience the vibrant colors and dynamic culture of late 19th and early 20th century Paris and Brussels in the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s new exhibition, “Face to Face: The Neo-Impressionist Portrait, 1886-1904.” See Vincent van Gogh’s self-portrait and learn how Georges Seurat’s pointillist techniques influenced portraiture.

The giveaway package for this advertiser promotion includes four tickets to the exhibition plus a show catalogue.

Just enter below and name your favorite thing about Paris, Brussels or the IMA. An IBJ rep will pick one winner at random.

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  • IMA
    I have gone to the IMA since I was little. My favorite thing about the IMA is the total of all the fond memories I have going to it.
  • IMA
    There is always something new and unique to see each and every time I go to the IMA.
  • IMA
    My favorite thing about the IMA is that it brings a world of culture to anyone who wants to experience it without asking for anything in return. I visited the IMA for the first time ever this year at the age of 28. I was under the assumption that there must be some astronomical admission fee to get into a museum that looks so nice on the outside. I had no idea this gem on 38th street was open to the public to come and enjoy and explore the art of timeless visionaries. I will continue to return there for the experience to learn something new on each visit.
  • IMA
    A glorious gem close to many Hoosiers.
  • IMA
    The food.
  • neoimpresionists
    I have never been to Paris but always wanted to , but I would have to say the Louvre!! Je taime d'art!!!!
  • Paris
    Espresso, parks, sidewalk cafes - all the essential qualities of a perfect city.
  • Favorite Part of IMA
    The people!
  • Manneken Pis
    Manneken Pis, is a awwesome little statue in Brussels just off the square.
  • Paris
    In Paris, Notre Dame has strangely become rather underrated in a city of phenomenal architecture. However, my personal favorite is the Basillica of the Sacred Heart.
  • favorite thing about Paris...
    The Musee D'Orsay in paris is fabulous, and has a word class collection of impressionists (and neo-impressionists!!). I just saw their special exhibit on Van Gogh and Artaud, and I'm so excited for a little bit of that collection to come to Indy!
  • My favorite thing about Brussels...
    Their sprouts! ;-)
  • Neo-Impressionist
    I love the IMA because it has so much to offer right in my back yard! I love Paris because the city just makes you appreciate beauty in all things. I love Brussels for the Pomme Frites!
  • the IMA
    The IMA with its galleries, grounds and mission simply touch my soul.
  • My favorite thing about the IMA
    is taking my daughter with me. She was an art major and provides all sorts interesting details about the artist and the art.
  • I live Paris for the Tour De France and wine!
    i love Europe, i love the impressionists movement, The art and architecture is grand!
  • Nom Nom Nom
    Brussels: the chocolate of course!
  • Paris in our future
    My husband and I met dancing. One of our dreams is to go to Paris -- and dance at the top of the Eiffel Tower!
    • favorite things
      The beautiful train station in Paris
    • LOVE
      The LOVE sculpture on the grounds makes for a romantic setting.
    • IMA
      The 100 Acres!
    • IMA
      Not being originally from Indiana, I have not been to the IMA yet but hope to get there soon.Have heard many good things about it. I have been to several museums and thoroughly enjoy them. Paris is on my bucket list and I do dream about going there some day.
    • Paris comes to the IMA
      My husband and I both love the IMA because it's a peaceful escape for us into the world of culture and adventure. We always enjoy walking the gardens or touring the exhibits.
    • IMA
      I love the kids area! My two-year-old can spend hours in there and he gets to exercise his creativity.
    • Serenity and Beauty at IMA
      For generations the IMA has provided a beautiful place to relax and outstanding galleries to enjoy.
    • Croque Monsieur
      Favorite memory of Paris: eating my first croque monsieur along the Seine that I had purchased outside of the Cathédrale Notre Dame.
    • Never been to Paris or Brussels
      However, I have been to the IMA. I appreciate the opportunity to immerse myself in creativity.
    • Paris
      My favorite things about Paris are the little bistros strewn everywhere. A glass of wine, a good piece of bread, some cheese, and watching the world go by is absolutely divine. Well that and the Musee d'orsay.
    • Paris
      The Eiffel Tower
    • Fav in Paris
      Going to the World Cup in 1996!
    • IMA
      I love the IMA because we got our wedding pics taken on the lawn of the Lilly Mansion. We just celebrated our third anniversary. Will always be a special place to us!
    • I Love IMA
      The "100 Acre Woods" is the most beautiful, peaceful, artsy display of God's handiwork in the immediate Indianapolis area. Great place for families to walk with nature, romp and play, and admire the things which are true...
    • Paris Favorite
      I had French Onion soup complete with gooey cheese when I was a child in Paris, and that's one of my favorite things about that city.
    • IMA
      My favorite painting at the IMA is the work by Theodor Groll of late 19th century Indianapolis, the State Capitol Building and Washington Street. I make sure that I see it every time I go to the museum. It doesn't have anything to do with Paris--but I love it!
    • IMA
      Sponsoring Penrod on their grounds.
    • IMA
      You've got to love the sculpture garden!
    • IMA!
      My favorite time of year is Pen Arts Festival and a trip around the museum
    • IMA and France
      My favorite thing about the IMA is Oldfields---fav thing about Paris is croque monsieur.
    • IMA
      the IMA is a cultural escape without having to travel. LOve the food and the garden. The kid's area is always a treat.
    • Paris
      Paris is a dreamscape.
    • The Tower
      Eiffel Tower seems like it is the key landmark for Paris.
    • Paris
      "We'd go boating on the Seine..."
    • IMA
      My favorite recent thing about the IMA was the Robert Indiana exhibit. I took a granddaughter and we really enjoyed it.
    • I love Paris
      The Eiffel Tower is an icon and the park like setting completes the experience.
    • Neo
      Impressionist.
    • IMA favorite thing
      My favorite thing about the IMA is my membership
    • IMA
      100 Acre Woods!
    • IMA tix
      My favorite part of Paris is strolling along the streets...the sights, sounds, and aromas can't be beat; it's very romantic.
    • Paris!
      My favorite thing about Paris is that it looks like a postcard...every stereotype, movie scene, postcard, etc. that depicts Paris is actually spot-on. Charming!

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