Indianapolis Downtown Art Galleries

The art galleries listed below are all located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. This long list, plus a few more in different Indianapolis cultural districts like Fountain Square.

thumbAlkis Keramidas Musuem

Alkis Keramidas Musuem of Art houses a permanent collection of World War II art as well as landscapes of both Greece and Indiana by the artist Alkis Keramidas. It was founded and is run by the artists daughter.

Art Bank

The Art Bank is another magnet for the creative in the Mass Ave Cultural District, and is a well-known Loudermilk Gallery of Photography. Guests can meet the artists afterwards. Oils, watercolors, sculpture and pastels are represented.


ARTBOX is a recent extension of Myers Design, Inc., located in the art district of downtown Indy. Nestled in the historic Stutz Artists’ Assoc. Ctr, tt was designed with an open air space and expansive walls to display works of contemporary art.

arts a poppin thumbArts A Poppin

Arts A Poppin is a venue for Hoosier artisans to sell their crafty work. From original jewelry pieces to pottery to handmade soaps, Arts A Poppin is an Indianapolis downtown art gallery that everybody can afford.

Columbia Club

The Columbia Club is located right on Monument Circle. The walls of this rich club showcase some of the finest pieces from local Indianapolis artists. On top of this, they have monthly art shows open to the public.

thumbDean Johnson Gallery

The Dean Johnson Gallery is a self proclaimed meeting place for graphic and commercial artist to connect with the arts and culture scene in Indianapolis. This is a very cool gallery that offers monthly shows.

thumbDomont Studio Gallery

The Domont Studio Gallery in downtown Indianapolis offers a massive collection of his work and also serves as his studio. His is a popular body of work and he is well known among Indianapolis local artists.

Eleanor Reese & Rob Berkshire Galleries

The 4 Eleanor Prest Reese and Robert B. Berkshire Galleries Located at Indiana University – Purdue University (IUPUI) provide a wealth of insight into the world of contemporary art and design and showcase the cultural savvy of downtown Indy.

thumbFranklin Barry Gallery

The Franklin Barry Gallery and The Fram Shop is a forty year old institution in Indianapolis. Committed to quality craftsmanship and artistry, this gallery strives to find artists that align with their mission statement.

Harrison Center for the Arts

The Harrison Center for the Arts For over a century, this has been a major center for arts in Indiana, home to two galleries, as well as the famous Herron School of Art and other important installations.

thumbHerron Galleries

The Herron Galleries showcase the work of students from the Herron School of Art and Design. The cutting edge works in this gallery are the masterpieces of some of the freshest faces in the Indianapolis art scene.

thumbIndpls. Museum of Contemporary Art

The iMOCA, or theIndianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, is located right across from the Indiana State Capitol building, this gallery tours in artists from around the world to give Indy a spice of life outside the Circle City.

Kuaba Fine Art Gallery

The Kuaba Fine Art Gallery Here is a treasure trove of ethnic art from all over the exotic land of Africa, located in the downtown arts district of Mass Ave. It provides an interesting contrast to its neighboring Indianapolis art galleries.

thumbLanguage and Culture Int’l. Gallery

The Language and Culture International Gallery is located in the Indianapolis Propylaeum building on the Old Northside. They host an annual art fair dedicated to bringing people into this historic Indianapolis district.

thumbLoudermilk Photography & Gallery

The Loudermilk Photography & Gallery offers multiple photographic services, including portraits and head shots for performing artists.  He also will frequently photograph works of visual artists for documentary and portfolio construction.

thumbMcFee Gallery and Studio

The McFee Gallery and Studio opened in 2000. They are self described as an explosion of colors, textures, and media. By offering blended medium in the work that they showcase, they hope to break down the Barrie’s between traditional and contemporary artistic experiences.

Murphy Art Center

The Murphy Art Center Located in the popular Fountain Square District. It is the result of the diverse and talented individuals active in the Indianapolis art community coming together to keep art alive in the Hoosier capital.

thumbRuschman Gallery

The Ruschman Gallery has been serving Indianapolis arts for over two decades. Since 1985, this gallery has been a stomping ground for many local artists as well as a touring venue for artist across the nation and around the world.

thumbStutz Art Space

The Stutz Art Space is located in a historic Indianapolis building that was at one time the Stutz motor car manufacturing headquarters. It is a nonprofit organization of artists working at the Stutz Business Center.