It's been 4 weeks since 22 larger-than-life brain statues were installed around town. Annie Corrigan finds out what community members think about the project.
The Terre Haute organization Wabash Valley Art Spaces seeks to make public art more accessible and engaging.
1942 marked the beginning of the architectural movement in Columbus, Indiana with the building of the First Christian Church.
It's not a translation of form that MacLeish seeks—rather, an expression of energy. Many of her pieces have verbs for names—wobble, shrug, somersault.
Low Road Gallery is proving that this small Midwestern town is hungry for modern art.
It’s easy to connect with these pieces, since we have an quotidian relationship with the materials Ebbinghouse uses—candy wrappers, egg cartons, pull-tabs.
At Binford Elementary in Bloomington, sixth graders are taught basic stone carving by the school’s social worker who uses the class to teach life lessons.
New York writer Dianne Durante has spent countless hours gazing at and photographing the public sculptures and monuments that inspire, provoke, and amuse her.