It might call itself a museum, but iMOCA is so much more. It is really a source of energy, bringing work by contemporary artists from across the country to Indianapolis for showings in a variety of venues — including its downtown gallery space, which presents shows on a regular basis. Located inside the Murphy Art Center in the glorious Fountain Square arts district, iMOCA is open Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. With extraordinary exhibitions ranging from The Natural World — featuring the photography of former MTV reporter Tabitha Soren — to Malcolm Mobutu Smith’s graffiti-inspired ceramics, this is one cool place to be.

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