Sponsors will pay for a controversial video-art installment that is replacing a prominent artwork on the bulkhead above the main escalator at Indianapolis International Airport.
Achievements during Max Anderson's tenure included opening the 100 Acres art-and-nature park as well acquiring the Miller House and Garden in Columbus. However, he also had to grapple with fiscal challenges that led to more than $7 million in budget cuts.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority is proceeding with plans to install a video advertising wall at the airport in early September and will need to make a controversial decision within the next week on whether it will replace a local artist’s work.
An exhibition inside the unused former city hall is one of several art happenings planned around Super Bowl XLVI. The host committee, through its arts and culture subcommittee, is trying to integrate the arts to a degree not seen in other host cities.
I love a good creation story, and the Yoruba people of the ancient city of Ife, in what is now Nigeria, have a doozy. It involves a god indulging in a bit too much palm wine, a snail-shell full of soil, a chameleon, and a chicken (with five toes).
What is it about the “Titanic” that continues to attract us—through books, films, a stage musical and, in the case of the touring show at the Indiana State Museum, an exhibition of artifacts?
Seen from a distance, Lobyn Hamilton’s work might seem like something you’d find in a music shop—simple,
faithful re-creations of familiar portraits of the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan. Get a little closer, though, and the
medium becomes part of the message.
The $25 million park’s grand opening is scheduled for June 20 following an opening-night party and a members-only VIP preview
with artists and architect on June 19. Atelier Van Lieshout’s “Funky Bones” is one of the featured sculptures.
In its 40th year, event will feature 225 artists in a format expanded to two days.
Society says the attendance represents a 57.4-percent increase over typical walk-in traffic to the Indiana History Center.
This year’s edition of the annual show and sale offers variations on familiar themes.