From downtown monuments to suburban parks, Indianapolis has many historical attractions to check out that even locals may not know about. Here are four of them.
Indianapolis is home to many unique art museums and galleries that add something different to the local art scene.
THE LUME Indianapolis features a dimly lit entrance, which covers the whole of the fourth floor of Newfields. Photo by Julian Cirnigliaro. Julian Cirnigliaro | Photography Editor | firstname.lastname@example.org Described as a “multi-sensory experience” and covering a mind-bending 30,000 square feet, Newfields’ THE LUME is the largest continuous exhibition in the 138-year history of the…
Indianapolis and Butler community react to recent Newfields job posting that called for a director to “attract a broader and diverse audience while still maintaining the Museum’s traditional, core, white art audience.”
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.
Editor-in-Chief Jessica Lee offers a review of Newfields Winterlights from her Grinch heart. Winterlights will be showing Nov. 23 to Jan. 5.
Our editor-in-chief Jessica Lee and managing editor Meghan Stratton got to visit the 2019 Winterlights at Newfields. Winterlights runs Nov. 23 – Jan. 5, 2019.
With the weather changing and the semester winding down, Indianapolis offers many activities to enjoy the holiday spirit.
Indianapolis offers many attractions to explore whether or not you are over 21. From concert venues to movie theaters, there are many options to check out when campus seems to blur together.
Celebrate the holiday season with local Winter festivities As winter has quickly crept up on us here in Indy, there are plenty of things to do in the city to make the best out of the cold weather.