Thoughts on new and touring museum exhibits
Why this is awesome: I’ve been feeling pretty glum lately due to sociopolitical strife disease epidemics constant war the consistently gray skies outside my window here in the Northern Hemisphere. So, I’ve decided to share some pics of the amazing dinosaur sculptures crawling into the […]
Why This Is Awesome: A couple weekends back I visited the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. It was the last day to see the Terra Cotta Warriors exhibit at the museum before they headed back to China (or perhaps another museum in another part of the […]
I have no idea where the month of August went! To be fair, I have no idea where the first week of September went either. Ha!
Like so many trying to get the most out of summer after a particularly harsh winter, it was difficult balancing […]
Why this is awesome: During my birthday month celebration, I took a trip to the Indianapolis Museum of Art to see Julianne Swartz’ How Deep Is Your exhibit. I’m a big fan of contemporary art installations and the new Contemporary Art wing of the IMA […]
A year ago, I had the pleasure of attending a wonderful event at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The museum hosted a brilliant retrospective on the work of Thornton Dial called Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial, and invited a few renowned speakers to […]
In February, I shared how I’d planned to follow the upcoming presentations for the Red/Black: Related Through History exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian & Western Art in Indianapolis. Well, this past Saturday, the joint venture between the Eiteljorg and the Smithsonian’s National […]
On Saturday, February 12th, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art held the grand opening of a groundbreaking exhibition. The Red/Black: Related Through History presentation is an ongoing series that explores the complex relationship between African Americans and Native Americans throughout our nation’s […]
With the world in a constant state of flux, it seems like we’re always missing something. In some instances, the web has brought us closer together; in others, we seem to be oblivious to what’s happening in our own backyards.
Well, I’m not here to bum […]
Last Saturday’s gray, chilly winter afternoon in Indy’s Indiana Avenue Cultural District received a sweet dose of sunshine at the grand opening of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Admirers from all over the Hoosier state (and a few from beyond our borders) flitted in and […]