The Indianapolis Art Center was founded in 1934 as a Works Progress Administration program during the Great Depression to serve artists. Today the center is housed in a Michael Graves-designed building which sits on a 10 acre stretch along the banks of the White River.
Each year, the Art Center hosts dozens of art exhibitions in six art galleries, offers hundreds of art classes and an Outreach program that takes art to under-served communities, and sponsors the Broad Ripple Art Fair. The campus includes The Marilyn K. Glick School of Art, and ArtsPark, a nine-acre outdoor creativity and sculpture garden that includes public art and is connected to one of the city’s most utilized greenway trail systems.
Please contact the museum for information.