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Information on Indianapolis Art Museum

One of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States is Indianapolis Art Museum. The museum is home to around fifty thousand works of art. Besides top-notch art collections, museum also showcases different national as well as international exhibitions. IMA, as it is generally known as, offers unique and exceptional art experiences for all age groups.

Location of the Museum

Indianapolis Art Museum is located in Indianapolis at the corner of 38th Street and Michigan Road. It is fifteen minutes walk from the center of downtown Indianapolis.

Visiting Time and Holidays

You can visit the museum on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from morning 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. On Sundays, the museum is open from afternoon to 5 p.m. However, generally, it is closed on Mondays and other public holidays like Christmas, New Year and Thanksgiving.

Exhibitions of the Museum

Indianapolis Museum of Art provides online exhibitions, featured exhibitions and current exhibitions. The exhibitions to be showcased in the present year of 2007 are:

  • Off the Wall: RothStauffenberg
  • Forefront: AfroCuba: Works on Paper, 19682003
  • Prints from Paris: Vollard Editions
  • West African Ceramic Vessels
  • Star Studio Exhibition: William Rasdell: African Roots in Cuban Soil
  • Pop Art Prints

Besides, some of the online exhibitions of the IMA include:

  • Cycles: African Life Through Art
  • Creatures of the IMA
  • In the Garden of Antiquities
  • Bellini: Creating and Re-creating

Education Programs at the Museum

There are exciting educational programs and resources for adults, scholars, youth and families. Besides, these programs are also conducted for teachers, schools and community groups. The different educational programs conducted at the Indianapolis Art Museum enables to bridge the gap between the common man and the visual arts. Apart from the regular classes, all the programs are also conducted as distance learning programs so that people who are unable to attend the classes can learn it sitting at the comfort of their home. The varied periphery of the programs includes:

  • Art making for All ages
  • Events, Films and Concerts
  • Teacher and School Programs
  • Online Activities
  • Docent Programs
  • Star Studio
  • X Room
  • Adult Programs
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