While in quarantine, artists from all over the world have been forced to take on a variety of challenges in order to continue to create art. This is especially true for the artists of the Indianapolis community, and the Indianapolis Art Center has taken notice with the opening of their latest exhibition: “Homebound: Indy Creates.”
Despite pandemic-related challenges, the “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel” special exhibit at Newfields takes a look at the state of American travel culture in the mid-1900s through art from Edward Hopper, along with those who inspired him and whom he inspired.
Opinion columnist Claire Barnett takes a deep dive into the surprisingly startling history of the show we’ve all heard of, but at the same time, no one truly understands.
Blaire Trusty, a senior art and design major, has created a bulldog piece each year of school. The art ranges from acrylic paint on a traditional canvas, statues and digital paintings.
Clowes Hall embraces visual art with the upcoming exhibits of Jon Kane, Andrew Burian, Dorrel Harrison and Susan Locke Charlesworth.
Columnist Bridget Early examines the “8 before you graduate” policy with BCRs and how the arts are impacted.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is uniting its campus under one name for the first time, and putting an increased focus on community events.
WRITTEN BY BRITTANY GARRETT, STAFF REPORTER Butler University professor and artist Gautam Rao had garnered attention for some of his works in the form of a weeks-long show. Rao premiered his series of paintings, “Unblocked,” Friday at the Arts Council of Indianapolis’ Gallery 924. Gallery 924 will show “Unblocked” from Sept. 6-27. Rao’s previous works…
Twenty five tables, 25 black tablecloths, 25 toppers and the artistic works of more than 150 students and faculty will transform the Reilly Room into a feast for the eyes starting at 5 p.m. tonight.
It’s one of the biggest arts events in the city, and it takes place right in our backyard at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. More than 20,000 people come annually to the Penrod Arts Fair to enjoy live music, local cuisine and plentiful art. With—hopefully—not too much homework piling up quite yet, walk the 10…