Here Comes Everybody

Here Comes Everybody

   

This project was created by artist Tim Ryan of Big Nest Ceramics. Through a Very Special Arts (VSA) residency, the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI) community, including students, teachers, staff and alumni were invited to make tiles. Those tiles were used to construct three obelisks, which stand at the gateway from the Monon trail to the ISBVI campus. The tri-pyramid shape recalls Ryan’s nearby “Implications of Three,” located on College Avenue, and the tile includes

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Medium type: Ceramic; Concrete

Date created: 2001

Location

7725 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46240

Associated artists

Tim Ryan
Tim Ryan

PHOTOS

  • Photo Courtesy Ken Norris

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