Indianapolis, IN 46208
About Herron School of Art and Design
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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Despite some unfortunate vandalism, this exhibit of student work delivers decidedly mature pieces in its variety of works on display.
High marks for Curious and Curiouser, a 3-part exhibit at Herron featuring fantastical works by students Wayne White, Casey Riordan Millard,
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The new exhibition at the Herron School of Art and Design physically confronts us with philosophical questions.
Rather than a work of love to aerospace engineering, the Herron's new exhibit forces us to ponder its purpose and place in the natural order.
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We have a little bit of everything, from dance (at the IMA and White Rabbit) to comedy (Kevin Pollak) to Beethoven to the one-year anniversary of the 100 Acres.
Students of Herron School of Design exhibit recent works of furniture design with an emphasis on both form and function.
State Fair, Mass Ave Crit, a food truck festival in Broadway Park and a recycling party at Victory Field headline this week
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In a gallery where the dial is often turned up to eleven in terms of conceptual content, it's refreshing to see a show dedicated to contemporary drawing.
Herron School professor Robert Horvath presents a collection of intriguing paintings and maquettes at the Herron Galleries.
For years, Herron professor and founder of SpaceCamp MicroGallery Flounder Lee wanted to be an astronaut.
Most provocative in Herron's student showcase are a pussycat with a rather desperate romantic philosophy and a pantsless young man rendered in charcoal.
A new exhibition at Herron makes a case that artists are our era's naturalists, exploring intersections between nature and culture, wild and civilized.
Herron profs Linda Adele Goodine and Mark Richardson impress in a joint show consisting of Goodine's discomfiting photos and Richardson's playful clay artwork.
Janz, a BSU architecture prof interested in self-building in low-income areas, is curating a show featuring repurposed couches as building material.
Scenes from a workshop at Herron, where a group of students and faculty is challenged to repurpose found objects picked up from Goodwill.
Local service providers have made unprecedented strides in collaborative outreach and will discuss the path to continued improvement at a March 16 panel.