100 Acres Opening

June 20
Indianapolis Museum of Art

Basketball, bones and boats are just some of the inspirations for the inaugural work featured at the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s new art and nature park.
The area behind the Indianapolis Museum of Art has been transformed, and the general public will have an opportunity Sunday to take a look for the first time. (If you can’t wait until Sunday, join the ticketed crowd for Saturday night’s opening benefit.)

While the visual arts are the focus, performers will also be on hand to enhance the experience. Look for Motus Dance Theatre, throat singer Arrington de Dionyso and Jamx drummers as you tour the grounds. Details here.

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