Pianists Association hires Concert Artists Guild executive as new CEO
In his role at the Concert Artists Guild, Chris Williams mentored emerging artists and assisted in fostering music industry connections.Read More
John Mellencamp donates archives and memorabilia to Indiana University
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Spirit & Place Festival spotlights significance of Indigenous tattoos
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Dave Lawrence said he’s “ready for a new challenge” as CEO and president of another cultural organization.
Participants in a unique Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra program use music to better understand management styles.
More than a year after vacating its base of operations in Fountain Square, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art has landed on a new long-term location on the city’s near-east side.
The museum is planned for the southern end of the South Bend campus, with construction expected to start in 2020.
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.
In a move that puts it in the company of the National Blues Museum in St. Louis and the Beatles Story in England, the Carmel-based Great American Songbook Foundation has been named a Cultural Affiliate of the Grammy Museum.
Stuart Alter, the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s first director of technology strategy, said collaborations with partners in the community and with other museums help the institution enhance the visitor experience and make its art available to more people.
The local company considered buying its current home before hitting the drawing board and launching plans to build its own space.
The museum is expected to close to the public for the $30 million renovation May 14. The target for reopening is the fall semester of 2019.
Shakespeare scholars worldwide are heralding the arrival of “The New Oxford Shakespeare,” but the project is at the center of a battle between the professor who brought it to Indy and IUPUI.
The Indiana University Art Museum in Bloomington has received a $15 million naming gift from Indianapolis-based philanthropists Sidney and Lois Eskenazi, in addition to an art collection of nearly 100 works.
The hiring of Texas arts administrator Ty Sutton is part of a strategy to streamline ticketing and booking at campus venues and enhance Butler’s presence as an arts destination.
After 10 years in Carmel’s Old Meridian District, Meridian Music Company is moving and downsizing operations.
The local arts group is planning on beefing up its projects and collaborations with artists.