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Indy’s Art Galleries

Ready to hang with the creative types?

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Shining A Light On Marshall Studios

Now a new generation is unearthing the brand.

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Our Favorite Things At ORANJE

There was even a surprise wedding!

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Destination Hotels: Check Out These Unusual Amenities

May we interest you in a concierge robot?

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Destination Hotels: 21c Museum Hotel

Is the inspiration a Lakota sweat lodge? Maybe a blanket-and-pillow fort?

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All-Female Exhibit Challenges Male-Dominated Art World

“An art show with men in it is just an art show.”

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Artists Tackle Slavery, Lynching, And Sexual Violence In New Exhibit

“These are very difficult artworks. We don’t hold anything back about what we’re talking about here.”

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Local Gallery Showcases Warhol's Pre-Pop Works In National First

Before making silkscreen prints of Marilyn Monroe, painting Campbell’s soup cans, and filming a man sleeping, Andy Warhol made illustrations. His work in the 1950s turned stodgy shoe companies into icons of cool, appeared on the covers of records by Thelonious Monk, Count Basie, and others, and in the famous Bonwit Teller display window. Yet […]

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Local Gallery Showcases Warhol’s Pre-Pop Works In National First

Before making silkscreen prints of Marilyn Monroe, painting Campbell’s soup cans, and filming a man sleeping, Andy Warhol made illustrations. His work in the 1950s turned stodgy shoe companies into icons of cool, appeared on the covers of records by Thelonious Monk, Count Basie, and others, and in the famous Bonwit Teller display window. Yet […]

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We Just Saw Music Unite: A Review Of This Year’s Lotus Festival

On Saturday evening, on the final leg of this year’s Lotus World Music & Arts Festival, 26 artists representing about 20 different countries performed their final shows for the thousands of people who took to the streets of downtown Bloomington. Brandishing the hashtag #MusicUnites, this event’s mission was to bring people from all walks of […]

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A Festival Presents An Optimistic Vision For 16th And The Monon

You can’t wipe out poverty with the flick of a pen. Nor can you replace thousands of peeling shingles with seven hours of theater. But a temporary transformation that might lead to a more permanent one? A neighborhood can tackle that. A tenacious group of community leaders, performing arts professionals, and residents will come together […]

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Local Artist's Painting Picked For Veep's Residence

A piece of Indiana hangs in the vice president’s residence in Washington, D.C., thanks to Mike and Karen Pence—and Indianapolis artist Douglas David. Over the summer, Karen Pence reached out to the Indiana Arts Commission, hankering for a painting of peonies, our state flower. The arts group referred her to David, known for his colorful […]

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Exhibit Columbus: An Expert's Review

The temporary installations that you’ll find scattered around Columbus, Indiana, through November 26 have intimidating company. They occupy hallowed architectural ground, positioned in dialogue with buildings by Eliel and Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Kevin Roche, Gunnar Birkerts, and many other leading voices of 20th-century architecture and design. But it’s the 21st century that is the […]

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Where To Dine During Exhibit Columbus

Exhibit Columbus opens to the public August 26, providing ample eye candy for self-guided walking tours of 18 new site-specific public art installations designed with the city’s notable architectural heritage in mind. Heading to check out the opening weekend? You’re bound to work up an appetite appreciating all that art and architecture. These are a […]

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A Conversation With Savoir Adore

Having lived through the ups and downs of relationships, both personally and professionally, founding member of Savoir Adore Paul Hammer talks loss, love, and the concept of home. Channeling the prime of ’80s pop music that mixes synth-heavy melodies with deep, heavy emotional lyrics, Savoir Adore have gone through two co-lead singers, released three studio […]

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