After working in high fire ceramics, Christine Davis discovered the world of Raku pottery, a technique that originated in Japan and produces one-of-a-kind art.
Connersville's John "Walt" Walters is a tombstone restoration expert who has rescued almost 10,000 gravestones, preserving Indiana's pioneer cemeteries.
Voted a top US Halloween show by Country Living Magazine, the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular is a unique fundraising venture hosted by Louisville's Park Foundation.
After 20 years working as a welder, Batesville resident and Indiana Artisan Chaz Kaiser followed his passion, gaining national recognition for his metal art.
For over twenty years, as the largest school of its kind in the country, the Marc Adams School of Woodworking has attracted students from across the globe.
The Haan Mansion Museum is home to the most extensive Indiana art collection in the US, including paintings from the Hoosier Group and Brown County Art Colony.
Indiana Artisan Viki Graber learned willow basket weaving from her father as a child. Today, she carries on her family's tradition, but with an artistic twist.
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."