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ABOUT THE INDIANAPOLIS ART CENTER
The mission of the Indianapolis Art Center is to inspire creative expression in all people.
First founded in 1934 as the Works Progress Administration program, the Art Center has evolved from serving artists during the Great Depression to offering hundreds of art classes, over fifty art exhibitions across six art galleries, an outreach program that takes art to underserved communities, and the annual OneAmerica Broad Ripple Art Fair. As a nonprofit, the Art Center relies heavily on donations to support its mission to inspire creative expression in people of all ages. Since its move to its current home in 1976, the Art Center sits along the banks of the White River in the Broad Ripple neighborhood of Indianapolis.
Unveiled in 2005, the Art Center completed and opened a creativity and sculpture garden known as ARTSPARK. Designed by Hoosier native and world-renowned architect Michael Graves, ARTSPARK looks to provide studios and galleries without walls, creating a place where art and nature harmonize. So please enjoy as you experience ARTSPARK’s 9.5 acres of interactive sculptures and scenery designed to stimulate all the creative senses. Take the time to meander through the varied landscape to uncover a palette of hues, fragrant vegetation, various textures, and sounds of wildlife. Explore as you would your own studio space, for that the ARTSPARK is your creative connection to the culture, art, and nature around you!
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