Cincinnati Holocaust Center
Read More

Day Trip: New Holocaust & Humanity Center In Cincinnati

The permanent memorial center holds more than 700 artifacts, as well as a replica of a historic Holocaust site.

Sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in 2014
Read More

Road Trip: See Corvettes That Rose From the Dead in New Exhibit in Kentucky

Next time you’re on the way to Nashville or the Florida Panhandle, hit the brakes, get your picture taken behind the wheel of one of America’s favorite sports cars—and hope your car is still in the parking lot when you leave.

Read More

Top Five Free Museums on MLK Day

Among the MLK Day events is storyteller Portia Jackson speaking about courageous children from the Civil Rights Movement at the Children’s Museum.

Read More

Exhibit Worthy: Top Shopping at Indy Museums

Great picks at Children’s Museum, Eiteljorg, IMA, and more

Read More

Why Indy’s Creative Class Loves Evansville Right Now

In 2012, staffers at an Evansville museum discovered an original Picasso, mislabeled, that had been stored unnoticed for nearly 50 years.

Jimson Weed by Georgia O
Read More

Three Hoosier Connections to Georgia O'Keeffe

As a young artist in New York, O’Keeffe learned brushwork from Nineveh native William Merritt Chase, one of the country’s foremost Impressionists.

Read More

Off The Wall: Scott Stulen at the IMA

Stulen even has plans to create an occasional “open office” in the museum, when his staff will work in the entry pavilion so visitors can come up to share ideas.

Street Savvy Monument Circle
Read More

Street Savvy: Monument Circle

Where to find peace and quiet, exclusive concerts, and the best lunch in the heart of downtown.

Shauta Marsh iMOCA September 2014
Read More

iMOCA Expands to Second Location

When the opportunity came to open a second space downtown off of The Alexander hotel’s south lobby, executive director Shauta Marsh saw the benefits immediately.

Hoosier Mama Pie Company
Read More

Traveler: Get a Second Wind in Chicago

Even if you’re a native of the Windy City, these 25 ideas make it possible to play tourist in your home city.

Read More

New at the IMA: 19th-Century Selfies

Here, a quick snapshot of the latest IMA exhibit’s only self-portraits.

Read More

10 Fun Father's Day Picks in Indy

Victory Field, consistently rated atop the heap of the nation’s minor-league baseball stadiums, has multiple seating packages and a range of ballpark foods to devour. Plus, beer.

Read More

Terra Cotta Warriors Descend on Indy

Don’t miss long-pot tea-pourer Li Min, visiting from China. “He pours teas out of a long spout while performing kung fu such that the tea goes five, 10, 15 feet into your cup.”

Read More

Portrait of the Unknown Artist: New at Indiana State Museum

James Spencer Russell enjoyed an impressive career in New York in the ’60s, when his work—which ranged from Pop to Abstract Expressionism—was shown at the Smithsonian and featured in the movie Midnight Cowboy.

Read More

'How Deep Is Your' Exhibit New to the IMA

Julianne Swartz uses photography, plus magnets and other everyday items, in her installations. The lenses in different pieces of work help transfer these mundane objects into “magical moving pictures.”