Easily one of the premier arts institutions in the city, this school exhibits rotating shows of cutting-edge contemporary art alongside its exhibitions of faculty and student work. Part of IUPUI, the Herron art gallery has persevered in bringing compelling work to the community, long before such a notion was considered a progressive and essential part of the mix. Its unique outdoor sculptures (like the one by James Wille Faust) make Herron an artistic destination as the school continues to do its part to educate Indianapolis about contemporary art and its impact on our culture.

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