art exhibits

Lotus Moment: Standing On Top Of The World

By |March 30th, 2014|

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 […]

In the World of … Summertime Edition

By |June 30th, 2011|

Today marks the last day of June, but in the Northern Hemisphere, we’re only into the first full week of summer. And I don’t know about you, but it’s already been a roller coaster ride. Whether it’s technology, education, social media or the arts, it looks like […]

Hoosier Hometown Pride – Crossword Style

By |May 7th, 2011|

Today’s 500 Mini-Marathon marks the official start of the Indy 500-themed fever that grips the Hoosier state every May. However, this year’s affliction will be more expansive than usual thanks to the 2011 Centennial Celebration.

That’s right. The May 29th race marks the 100-year anniversary of […]

The Art Hero Project

By |March 31st, 2011|

Artistic virtuoso Kesha Bruce is assembling a fascinating exhibition tour known as 6×6 for the artists and art lovers in all of us. Along with her partner Charlie Grosso, Bruce will be launching a multi-city tour featuring back-to-back presentations of some of the most talented […]

Painting in Red & Black: The Eiteljorg Museum Celebrates Black History Month

By |February 17th, 2011|

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 […]

In the World of … the Fun Edition

By |February 14th, 2011|

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 […]

A Tribute to Indiana's Native Son: Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library Grand Opening

By |January 31st, 2011|

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 […]

In the World of …

By |November 19th, 2010|

Thanks to an industrialized society that’s wired up to the gills, the Information Age has left us feeling constantly bombarded with every fact, opinion and Top 10 list ever uttered. While we desire to stay informed, the human mind can only handle so much data […]