The IMC Gallery is located on Massachusetts Avenue, an Indianapolis cultural district that is famous for its variety of Indianapolis theaters and thriving art scene. Mass Ave is in downtown Indianapolis and is one of the most popular cultural districts in the city. What better place for an Indianapolis art gallery? The IMC Gallery is one of the many places to view Indianapolis art, and the artwork of local abstract and contemporary artists is frequently featured at the gallery for viewing and sale.
The IMC Gallery is run by the Indy Metro Church, a downtown congregation that supports the Indianapolis art community. In addition to the IMC Gallery, the church has also been involved in the indyFringe Festival, the Indianapolis Downtown Artists & Dealers Association (IDADA), the Young Actors Theatre, and is involved in the renovation of the Athenaeum Building.
As an Indianapolis non-profit organization, The IMC Gallery strives to provide emerging artists a venue to display their work and begin a successful career. Varying media forms such as acrylic and oil paint on canvas, sculptures and ceramics are typically part of the venue’s featured artists’ works.
The IMC Gallery is even a safe and educational experience for Indianapolis kids, as all material in the exhibits are required to be family-friendly and lacking in violent or nude subject matter. A trip to the gallery is a great way to expose your children to the beauty and style of art without worrying about exposing them to material that might be above their heads.
For more information on the gallery, please visit the Indy Metro Church’s homepage.
The IMC Gallery
425 Massachusetts Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204