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INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana State Museum is collaborating once again with the Indiana Artisan Development for another installation of Off the Walls.

"Off the Walls is a unique introduction to the Indiana Artisan Program," says Kristin Peterson, retail manager for the Indiana State Museum. "We have an eclectic display of art that is all for sale, with additional items also in the Indiana Store."

The exhibition certainly gives visitors a unique mix of arts and crafts. It allows artists to exhibit together in a unique setting to show off their works in a different light, while giving museum visitors a genuine cultural treat as well as a great shopping opportunity.

All artists in the show have recently juried into the Indiana Artisan Development Project. Work includes photography, musical instruments, furniture, jewelry, sculpture and more. The Indiana Artisan Development Project supports and promotes Hoosier artisans and handmade products. All of the artwork featured in the exhibit will be available for sale as well as other food items from Indiana Artisans.

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