One of Indy’s top architects, Evans Woollen, gets his due in a multi-part weekend of events. First, he’ll be
offering a June 3 lecture at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Then six Woollen-designed private homes built between 1955 and
1965 in the modernist style will be featured in a “Back to the Future” tour (maps available at the sites as well
as other locations, including Clowes Hall—which Woollen also designed). Finally, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary
Art will open a show about him June 4. Details here.