Inspired by a lifelong love of books, artist Rachel M. Simon collaborated with fellow designers to create unique book share stations throughout Indianapolis.
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."
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.
Setting world records for his balloon sculptures, Brian Getz is known for achieving the impossible as he builds and launches a life-size Star Wars' tie fighter!
In 2015, the IU Art Museum acquired an infrared camera, OSIRIS, an indispensable conservation tool that allows a painting's "underdrawing" to become visible.
Founded in 1870, Irvington gained popularity as an intellectual and artistic haven as home to celebrated Butler College. Today, the legacy continues.
Originally opened in 1917, the Irving Theater was a center of neighborhood activity for 50 years; today, owner Dale Harkins hopes to restore its former glory.
Join Little Indiana’s Jessica Nunemaker as she explores the town of Vevay, the home of the first commercial winery in the U.S.