Brown County Studio and Garden Tour
The Brown County Studio and Garden Tour is a relaxing, self-guided tour held the last weekend in June. It is designed to showcase two of our greatest assets: the natural, quiet beauty of Brown County and the talents of our creative residents who continue the cultural heritage of our artistic community, "The Art Colony of the Midwest."
Because of interest in the June tour, a select group of artisans will open their studios to the public for the entire month of October. You will be able to see demonstrations, meet the artists in a more relaxed atmosphere and have an opportunity to purchase fine arts and crafts. This educational part of the tour is a delight for young and old, while collectors will relish the selection of new work available especially for this occasion and just in time for Christmas shopping.
This self-guided tour is free. A detailed map will help you find your way through the rolling hills. Join us in October and experience the wealth of natural autumn beauty and the vast talents of the creative and unique people that call Brown County their home.
The Back Roads tour takes place for the entire month of October, but some studios may have "black-out dates" so check the individual studio pages. Contact information for each artist is given.
With four parks, 300 acres of park land, 15 miles of trails, 156 programs and special events for all ages, Brownsburg Parks is your place to play!
Brownsburg Parks takes a lead role in helping encourage residents and visitors to improve their health and wellness through more than 156 programs and special events for all ages. We continue to create public spaces that draw the community together for fitness and wellness activities, and active and passive recreation and entertainment.
Brownsburg Parks is also home to the B.A.S.E. (Before- and After-School Enrichment) and PEAK (Promoting Enrichment, Adventure and Knowledge) programs available at Brownsburg Community School Corporation elementaries and Brownsburg East Middle School.
Eagle Creek Park Earth Discovery Center
The Earth Discovery Center opened in fall of 2007, and offers field trips for schools, scouts, and other groups, family programs, summer daycamps, and more! In addition, the EDC is a great place to stop by and enjoy exhibits containing live, native reptiles, amphibians, and fish, natural history information about native wildlife, displays of insects and plants, a backyard habitat area and seasonal displays, several nearby hiking trails, as well as a beautiful deck with a view of Eagle Creek Reservoir.
Indianapolis Art Center
The Indianapolis Art Center was founded in 1934 as a Works Progress Administration program during the Great Depression to serve artists. Today, the Art Center inhabits a beautiful Michael Graves-designed building which sits on a 9.5 acre stretch along the banks of the White River in the Broad Ripple neighborhood of Indianapolis. Each year, the Art Center offers hundreds of art classes, over 50 art exhibitions in six art galleries, an Outreach program that takes art to underserved communities, and the Broad Ripple Art Fair.
The mission of the Indianapolis Art Center is to inspire creative expression in people of all ages.
Indianapolis Cultural Trail
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick is a world-class urban bike and pedestrian path that connects neighborhoods, Cultural Districts and entertainment amenities, and serves as the downtown hub for the entire central Indiana greenway system.
The five downtown cultural districts connected by the Indianapolis Cultural Trail include Fountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave, The Canal & White River State Park, and the Wholesale District. The Cultural Trail will also connect with the Monon Trail, allowing visitors easy access to Broad Ripple Village from downtown.
The Cultural Trail is made possible by a large public and private collaboration led by Central Indiana Community Foundation, the City of Indianapolis and several not-for-profit organizations devoted to building a better city.
The JCC Indianapolis, guided by Jewish values and traditions, provides inclusive experiences that lead to personal growth and community building. The facility houses an art gallery with more than 6 exhibitions each year, an auditorium for performing arts and films, and a dance studio for dance classes. They host the Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts, a three-week festival each fall featuring local and national authors, performances and films.
More than 100 years old, JCC Indianapolis is located at Arthur M. Glick JCC, 6701 Hoover Road and is a beneficiary agency of the United Way of Central Indiana and the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, and an affiliate member of the JCC Association of North America.
We are a husband and wife team; landscape and lifestyle photographer and an abstract painter. We are located in Downtown Indianapolis.
We met through our art. We provide art and art consulting services – specializing in hospitality and corporate art. We offer a range of sizes as original canvas artwork, epoxy and mixed media. Photography is available on metal, canvas and framed print.
Our motto- There is Light Everywhere – and we strive to spread light through our art.
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