In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Arte Mexicano en Indiana presents this exhibition of works by Mexican and Mexican-American artists. The artworks are inspired by cultural Identity, the immigrant dream, and marches. Meet the artists during a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. October 9.
Lepidoptera was created by Indianapolis-based artist Shamira Wilson to celebrate the Artsgarden’s 25th anniversary.
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Masks are optional for visitors to the Indianapolis Artsgarden.
Owned and operated by the Indy Arts Council, the Indianapolis Artsgarden is a destination for arts and culture in the heart of downtown. The structure is a seven-story tall glass and steel icon over the intersection of Washington and Illinois Streets. The Artsgarden presents more than 250 free and public performances each year, along with visual arts exhibitions by central Indiana artists. It is also rented for private events, including weddings, corporate receptions, and nonprofit events, which support funding for public arts programming.
Special programming throughout the year includes Art & Soul in February, poetry readings and exhibitions during National Poetry Month in April, and the Mistletoe Music Festival in November and December, an annual holiday music festival featuring performances by school bands and choirs.
Visual Art Exhibitions
The Indianapolis Artsgarden curates shows from central Indiana emerging artists, student groups, and cultural and social organizations.
The Indianapolis Artsgarden serves as a sophisticated venue for hundreds of private events, including corporate receptions, weddings, nonprofit events, press conferences, and more.