Curator Daniel Del Real highlights 13 Latinx artists
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Maintaining the order of play seen in the first two rounds, the Ninth Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis began its Classical finals with three of the six chosen laureates.
Digital prints and a handful of sculptures by Terry Border feature off-the-wall compositions made with everyday objects
Joshua Hunt reviews last Monday's concert by the New century String Quartet.
Friday evening, the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center highlighted the hauntingly evocative music of composer Ching-chu Hu.
Last week I wrote about the intensity of the local ballet community. Would that all our local arts had patrons as committed (and as wealthy) as Indianapolis' balletomanes.
The Public and the Personal: Design Views, an invitational exhibition featuring the work of 15 designers, presents work that explores the ways in which design professionals are able to blend pe
The inaugural Midwest Photography 2009 exhibition, featuring work by 21 regional artists, opens Feb. 23 at the University of Indianapolis' Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery, 1400 E.
Henk Pander seemingly has a foot in two worlds: the one he grew up in, the Netherlands, with a particular emphasis on Amsterdam; and his adopted country, the United States, where he lives in Oregon.
William F. Brown and Macy DorfChristel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Through March 16