Right now through October 2nd as part of the #Indiana200 celebration you can experience a special body of artwork entitled - 200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural Legacy. The exhibit is a signature project of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission with support from the Indiana Arts Commission, and additional funding provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the City of Indianapolis and features art from territorial days to the present.The exhibit is comprised of more than 100 two and three-dimensional works of art. Works by important early Indiana artists providing historical perspective to their time period. Plus additional modern and contemporary pieces illustrating the development of the visual arts in Indiana, and showcasing the immense talent and diversity associated with the Hoosier state.
|Photo Credit: Sandy Zimmerman of www.mygeeklings.com|
|Walter Lobyn Hamilton, Dark Fantasy, mixed media on canvas, 2001|
|Portrait of T.C. Steele by Wayman Adams, 1883-1959|
Moreover, see firsthand through the eyes of art, how the state’s population and ethnic diversity changed and evolved over the years. Don't miss out on celebrating our history through the eyes of art. Plan an ISM day from now through October to stroll, explore and enjoy. The exhibition is included with museum admission, and public installations are on view free to the public.
Get out, don't it it pass you by, celebrate #Indiana200 and be Hoosier proud.