The Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association—better known as IDADA—plans to cease operations by Dec. 31, about 15 years after the not-for-profit's founding.
What would happen if, say, a playwright, a video artist, a sculptor and a musician got together for a few weeks to try to create something without concern about who would see the final product … or even if there were a final product?
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is defending its conductor and leaders, describing claims of age discrimination and harassment made by a tenured musician as “outlandish” and “baseless.”
The museum devoted to the late local novelist says its lease dispute with a building owner on Massachusetts Avenue threatens the survival of the not-for-profit.
Approved artists would co-own the renovated homes in the Garfield Park neighborhood and only pay half the cost of the property.
The sculpture by Robert Indiana was removed from display for two months of critical conservation treatment.
The Warehouse—a 150-seat venue in a 60-year-old former machine shop in the Arts & Design District—had three shows scheduled this week. Dozens of national artists played at the music hall over the past 15 months.
The move means people must pay museum entry fees to see the iconic sculpture, which was artist Robert Indiana’s first in a series of “LOVE” works.
Built from steel, bronze, aluminum and glass, the sculptures tend to grow larger the higher they get.
Two festivals and the world premiere of an opera that Kurt Vonnegut finished shortly before his death will celebrate the writer's legacy this fall in Indianapolis, his hometown.
Hotel officials say Merrillville's Star Plaza Theatre and its adjacent Radisson Hotel will be demolished next year to make room for a new hotel.
The Indianapolis Colts owner paid $137,500 for a guitar that Prince used in numerous concerts until the mid-1990s.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art plans to pay off more than $17 million in debt at the end of the year, reducing its overall debt load to less than $100 million for the first time since 2004.
Nick White has reserved American Legion Mall for the Sept. 30-Oct. 2 weekend to launch the Evermore Music Festival. He still needs sponsors. And 35 acts.
Baker, who founded IU's jazz studies program, wrote more than 2,000 pieces of music and was nominated for a Grammy in 1979 and a Pulitzer Prize in 1973. In 2000, he was named a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, the country's highest jazz honor.
Seeing Madeleine and Lilly Jurkiewicz backstage before a performance, you might think they are preparing for a college talent night. But the sisters are launching a tour in support of their third album, one that could make the difference between a future as an indie niche act or a breakout success.
For several generations, a southern Indiana family quietly held a bench mallet created and used by Abraham Lincoln in his youth. It’s now on loan to the Indiana State Museum.
A selection committee that reviewed 104 proposals chose New York artist Osman Akan to create a sculpture called “Enduring Flame” and Bloomington artist Dale Enochs to build a sculpture called the “Living Time Piece.”
Walker heads Big Car, which he describes as an “art-based, creativity-based not-for-profit that’s focused on community development.” Put simply, it uses art to jump-start neighborhood involvement and development.
The city wants to change how people think of and use Indianapolis' most iconic roundabout, and that means letting artists take the first stab.