Indianapolis-based London Rose grew up with a diverse love of music, from Motown to pop. Today, she is known for her soulful sound with a contemporary twist.
First-generation woodworker and Seymour resident, Pete Baxter is a self-taught Indiana Artisan specializing in the artistic traditions of the Shaker community.
Built for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, the Century of Progress homes celebrated architectural progression; today, the homes reside in Beverly Shores, Indiana.
Inspired by recent scientific discovery, the Drawing and the Brain Symposium will bring together neuroscientists, artists, and architects from around the world.
Combining the influences of afro-rock rhythms with the smooth melodies of jazz, Indianapolis' Sweet Poison Victim performs the original composition, "Merengon."
Established along the Ohio River in 1837, the town of Cannelton was once home to the tallest industrial building west of the Allegheny Mountains.
Combining the influences of afro-rock rhythms with the smooth melodies of jazz, Indianapolis' Sweet Poison Victim performs the original composition, "Lolo."
Epitomizing the idea of artistic fusion, Indianapolis-based band, Sweet Poison Victim, combines the beats of afro-rock with the smooth melodies of jazz.
Considered one of the Midwest's most comprehensive collection, the Indiana Military Museum features thousands of artifacts spanning more than 200 years.
Established by French fur traders as a strategic post, Vincennes was Indiana's first European settlement, and eventual capital of the Northwest Territory.