Indianapolis Museum of Art
Following the death of Robert Indiana, we present one man’s eulogy as tribute to the Hoosier artist who loved his home state so much, he took its name for his own.
A floating French “garden” of lights, a crystal grove of trees, hot chocolate spiked with peppermint schnapps: A new Indy holiday tradition is born this month at Newfields.
A new graffiti exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields is adding fuel to the debate over “aerosol art.”
Daring apes, perfect festival weather, and food deserts. Ask the Hoosierist.
Hoosier talent among the nearly 100 films screened at annual festival.
After a successful debut last summer, Mini Golf at the Indianapolis Museum of Art is back this summer, and now open to the public.
Call it the non-Monon: The Towpath may not get as much love as a certain other north-south greenway running through the heart of Indianapolis, but this trail following the route of a nearly 200-year-old canal system connects some of the city’s top cultural attractions and destination neighborhoods—and has a unique rural character all its own.
Local organization continues mission to educate public on economic opportunities through food by hosting founder of New York non-profit bakery.
This week’s trends in Indy dining featuring MOFOCO, Stella, And Tamika Catchings.
Last year, the Indianapolis Museum of Art raised its admission cost from free to $18. Memberships are up, but attendance? That’s not a pretty picture.