200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural Legacy features works by Indiana artists from the colonial period through the present. The exhibition will include objects from the museum’s permanent collection as well as institutions, artists and collectors from across the country. Early works by important Indiana artists will provide a historical perspective. Additional works, including modern and contemporary pieces, will illustrate the development of the visual arts in Indiana, showcasing the immense talent and diversity associated with the state. The exhibit is a signature project of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission with support from the Indiana Arts Commission. Additional funding is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Arts Council of Indianapolis with support from the City of Indianapolis.
included with museum admission
Adult (18-59): $13
Child (3-17): $8.50
Children ages 2 and under are free
Indiana College Student: $9.75
IMAX Discount: Receive $2 off museum admission with the purchase of a full-priced IMAX ticket on the same day. Not available online.
2016/06/01 - 2016/10/02
Additional time info:
10am-5pm Monday-Saturday, 11am-5pm Sunday
Parking is available in the attached White River State Park underground parking garage on Washington Street and in nearby garages, or in the White River State Park South Lot.
Parking is $5 when visiting the museum and free when attending an IMAX® film.
ASL interpretation is available upon request for docent-led tours with a 48-hour notice
Service animals are welcome.
Accessible parking is available in the White River State Park underground parking garage. This location offers ADA compliant designated parking spaces with signage on both levels. For raised roof vans, the upper level of the garage can accommodate a height of 8 feet, and 7 feet on the lower level.