The Indianapolis Art scene is one of the most vibrant and diverse in the state, let alone the Midwest. Below are the latest headlines pertaining to the city's artistic side.

Find Inspiration at the Indie Arts and Vintage Marketplace

It’s all happening under the white tents as the Indie Arts and Vintage Marketplace sets up shop in the Agriculture/Horticulture Building at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 6, 2013. This unique event is part antique show, part flea market and part vintage art show. Sure, you could just head to the nearest retail […]

"Piaf Plus" Offers Gritty Cabaret Twist on Parisian Life

Dance Kaleidoscope, the longest running contemporary dance company in Indiana, offers a gritty portrayal of Parisian life at the IRT’s Upper Stage March 14-24, 2013. “Piaf Plus” is set to the music and vocals of famed French singer Edith Piaf. Watch as these talented DK dancers offer a contemporary twist on the French Cabaret style. […]

Objets d’Art: The10th Annual Indiana Art Fair

Join in the celebration at the Indiana State Museum’s 10th Annual Indiana Art Fair in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. This year’s juried show will feature 63 artists from the Hoosier state, representing 22 counties, each offering their work for sale. With a diverse selection of art in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, drawing, fiber, glass, […]

An Epic Tale of Desperation: Les Misérables Arrives in Indy

The critically acclaimed film, Les Misérables, has arrived on the Indy art scene, and is playing locally at Landmark’s Keystone Art Cinema & Indie Lounge. This all-around spectacular motion-picture is based on an adaptation of Victor Hugo’s historic novel, Les Misérables, originally published in 1862. Australian native Hugh Jackman, who made his first major film appearance […]

See the Unseen World at the Nikon Small World Exhibit

Behind a crashing red shoreline awaits a surreal dreamscape, cast in shades of amber, orange, red and brown, arranged in a luminous pattern of sharp peaks and valleys and all set under a tranquil, blue sky. No, this is not a still-frame taken from a sci-fi, fantasy movie; nor is it a photo taken by […]

The Fox on the Fairway: A Hilarious Farce by Ken Ludwig

Hijinx and bad weather all add up to make one crazy, theatrical ride at the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre in Carmel, Indiana on February 8-23, 2013. The Fox on the Fairway is a sort of tribute to the great English farces of the 1930s and 1940s, according to playwright Ken Ludwig. It all starts with when […]

Oaklandon Civic Theatre to present, “Murder At St. Martin’s College”

The headmaster has been murdered and they need your help to solve the mystery. It is the yearly reunion dinner at St. Martin’s College: an annual event which draws in the graduates from ten years ago to celebrate their achievements and the continued accomplishments of St. Martin’s College. Scotland Yard has been called in to […]

Picasso Prints: Coming to Conrad September 7, 2012

What: Picasso Prints Where: Conrad – The Alcove/Lobby When: September 7, 2012 Time: 6-9pm Conrad Indianapolis and ModernMasters Fine Art will be exhibiting a series of Picasso’s prints spanning from 1905 to 1968. From September 4th through October 14th, 2012, this exhibit will be seen in the Conrad Indianapolis lobby. Come view samplings of Picasso’s […]

New Public Art on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail

Indianapolis public art welcomes a new addition to the scene. The latest public art project, on the Urban League campus, adds to the landscape of public art in Indianapolis downtown. Installed on April 25, 2011 on the corner of St. Clair and Indiana Avenue, the piece is a the brightly colored, 3-D acrylic mosaic. The […]

Half Baked Pottery: Engage Your Creative Side

Tired of the same old outings? A day at the park, an expensive meal or a trip to the movies simply won’t do, consider engaging in a more creative activity. Half Baked Pottery offers Indianapolis people the chance to express their creativity with a variety of pottery to paint, mosaics and glass fusing. Located on […]

Addendum Gallery: Contemporary Design for Modern Living

Addendum Gallery offers over 300 American artists displaying the best in contemporary American craft, glass, sculpture, wood an d mix media. This elegant boutique in the heart of Broad Ripple Village is the perfect place to add to your own home decor or give a meaningful gift to a close friend or family member. 100% […]

Public Art in the Mass Ave Cultural District

Massachusetts Avenue is one of Indianapolis’ premiere place to soak up some Indianapolis culture. From amazing downtown Indianapolis shopping boutiques to Indianapolis theater and some terrific Indianapolis restaurants, there is plenty to do on Mass Ave. But what makes this Indianapolis cultural district so special is the public art that peppers the sidewalks. Visitors to […]

February Fun: Kid-Friendly Things to Do in Indianapolis

February is a month for love. Not just romantic love, but also familial love. Show your Indianapolis kids some love by enjoying any of these child-oriented Indianapolis events in February. From new exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to performances for kids at Clowes Memorial Hall, there are tons of ways to engage your […]

Art and Soul 2012: Celebrate African-American Art & Artists

Every February the Indianapolis Artsgarden is transformed into a massive celebration of African American artists in Indianapolis contributing to the fabric of Indianapolis culture. Presenting an eclectic mix of music, poetry, storytelling, dance and visual art, Art and Soul is a signature program of the Arts Council of Indianapolis. The best part: all of the […]

Events at the Madame Walker Theater Center, February 2012

The Madame Walker Theater, located on the Indianapolis cultural district Indiana Avenue, offers eclectic events in a historic setting all February. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Indianapolis downtown as you take in a performance at the Madame Walker Theater Center. Named for the incomparable Madame C.J. Walker, who was the first black female millionaire […]

Events at the Old National Centre, February 2012

With prime Indianapolis real estate in Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, the Old National Centre offers exciting events all February long. Take in a concert at the Murat Theater or the Egyptian Room, then head out to enjoy a riotous evening living it up in Indianapolis nightlife. Here is a preview of what’s touring into […]

February Events at Hilbert Circle Theater

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra fills Hilbert Circle Theater with the sweet sounds of music all February long, adding to the fabric of Indianapolis music. From the classics to magical Motown, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra offers a range of performance options for Indianapolis people to enjoy. With prime Indianapolis real estate on Monument Circle in the […]

Indianapolis Theater Events, February 2012

Indianapolis theater blooms in the dead of Winter this February 2012, with eclectic, engaging and exciting performances across the Circle City. Make an evening of it at any of these incredible Indianapolis nonprofit organizations. Whether you taste is for drama, comedy or musicals, the Indianapolis theater scene has got you covered. After the events of […]

February Events at the Center for the Performing Arts, 2012

Carmel, Indiana’s Center for the Performing Arts features three great performance space: the Tarkington Theater, the Studio Theater and the Palladium. With national acts like Bernadette Peters coming through this performance complex as well as shows by local groups like the Civic Theater, this Indianapolis art mecca offers something for everyone. Don’t miss these exciting […]

February Events at White River State Park Attractions, 2012

With prime Indianapolis real estate in the heart of Indianapolis downtown, White River State Park houses a slew of Indianapolis attractions including the Indiana State Museum, the IMAX theater, the Eitlejorg Museum, the Indianapolis Zoo, the NCAA Hall of Champions and the Indianapolis Canal Walk. The White River State Park is a hot Indianapolis locale […]