Why broadcast a public service announcement when you can persuade 120 students to break into a dance designed to encourage folks to look up from their phones?
Residents of Dana, Indiana bemoan the removal of a mural honoring hometown hero Ernie Pyle. One man is seeking to refurbish the war correspondent's image.
With their Geolocation project, artists Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman find a portal within the virtual landscape that leads back to real life.
Magnus Johnson created Elder Heart, a non-profit that will pay veterans to create public art.
River-themed concerts, art exhibits, and permanent installations will try to connect Terre Haute residents to the Wabash during the yearlong celebration.
A ten-by-ten foot scrapyard angel will be suspended from the aptly named "Auto Heaven" building.
The Terre Haute Police Department is working to preserve the memory of Officer Brent Long, who was killed last summer while serving a warrant.
The new wave of unsanctioned public art-making has landed in Terre Haute. Unlike graffiti, this subversive art form is warm, fuzzy, and cute.
The Terre Haute organization Wabash Valley Art Spaces seeks to make public art more accessible and engaging.
The Sample Gates were constructed in the 1980s after decades of controversy, but its history is still being written.