Angle / Edge / Plane: The Sculpture of Ronald Bladen at the Herron Galleries
Is it true, as so many say, that art knows no boundaries?
Nina Elder's multi-pronged, mixed-media exhibition investigates the urban environment of Indianapolis, and the people who inhabit it, through the lens of geologic time.
Laura Holzman sees commonalities between art controversies in Philadelphia and Indianapolis.
Debra Des Vignes, founder and director of the Indiana Prison Writers Workshop, is always rooting for the underdog. Her family was often on the move during her youth, changing addresses every three or four years.
Working for the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute while writing for NUVO
The fantasy and horror writer is making waves not just by making exciting fiction but also by being deeply involved in his community.
Maurice Broaddus will read from his new novel Pimp My Airship tonight as part of the Kellogg Reading Series.
Walter Lobyn Hamilton, Mason Archie, and Jay Parnell show their work in one of the best exhibits of the year at Gallery 924.
Dennis Chriistopher talks in detail about the Academy Award winning film and other highlights of his career, including a supporting role in Django Unchained.
A Q&A with Brendan Fraser, an appearance by Dennis Christopher, and screenings of TheMisEducation of Bindu are highlights.
Lucha Libre at Central Library
Museum previews forthcoming renovations and construction during Freedom to Read Week
On Aug. 11, in an auditorium near Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Park, Toni Morrison fans gathered to pay respects, share reminiscences, and debate her legacy.
Visiting Tea’s Me Cafe, Circle City Industrial Complex, Harrison Center, and the Green House, located in Midtown Indianapolis.
Mexican nationals waiting to talk to family members on the other side of the border.
The former NUVO arts editor and columnist talks about his experience with the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship, his continuing love for Indianapolis, and the property disputes along the beachfront in Michiana, where he has lived for the past six years.
For the past two-and-a-half years, Tijuana-based artist Enrique Chiu has led a project to paint the Mexican side of the border fence and in order to do so he has enlisted the help of thousands of volunteers.
Visiting Herron School of Art & Design, Tube Factory artspace, Listen Hear, and an Art Evangelist on a hot July First Friday.
Left: "Glow of Gold, Gleam of Pearl" by William McGregor Paxton, Right: "Knowledge of the Past is Key to the Future (St. Sebastian)" by Robert H. Colescott in the Dr. Ann H. Hunt Gallery
Derrick Carter and Benny Sanders, two artists with very different styles and expedients, have exhibitions through June 28 at the Harrison Center that are worth checking out.
Uber's questionable tipping culture makes life more difficult for rideshare drivers and can be seen as a symptom of the American winner-take-all fever, as it were.
As the museum continues to shift gears by implementing aspects of its master plan, Indiana Forest Alliance and Newfields come to an understanding on the creation of a pollinator meadow in 100 Acres Park.