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Garfield Park Arts Center
The Garfield Park Arts Center, part of Indy Parks & Recreation, engages visitors in diverse, artistic and cultural exhibitions, arts classes, and special events. It features performing arts spaces, visual arts galleries, classrooms, and a literary arts library.
The Garfield Park Arts Center strives to inspire and build a community of arts learners, leaders, and organizations.
Indy Parks Mission:
We connect communities by providing places and experiences that inspire healthy living, social engagement, and a love of nature.
The GPAC was originally called the Community House and was built in 1922. It was designed to look like a picnic shelter with enclosed walls, high ceilings, and fireplaces at each end. In 1930 a large swimming pool was located in the area that is currently the GPAC parking lot. At that time, the Community House was used as a locker room and recreation center. In 1990 the pool was removed and replaced by the Aquatic Center that is now located at the Burrello Family Center.
In 2006 the Community House was remodeled and enlarged using a $2.7 million grant to become the Garfield Park Arts Center. The 8,000 square foot facility now houses a multi-use performing arts space, an exhibition hall, visual and production arts classrooms, recording studio, a literary arts library, and a rehearsal room.
Nestled in the Old Northside historic district, The Propylaeum, a club for Indianapolis-area women, is a vital part of the city’s future as well as a cornerstone of its history. Founded in 1888, our mission is “to emphasize a sense of civic responsibility and community services; to foster the love of literature, music, science and the fine arts; to provide women a social and cultural center.” The Indianapolis Propylaeum offers exceptional events and many amenities that enrich the personal and professional lives of our members as well as the community.
The Cultural Arts Department of the JCC offers a wide range of arts programming, including a film series, theatre productions, concerts, and an art gallery space offering rotating exhibits that feature local artists' work.
Speedway Centre for the Arts
The Speedway Centre for the Arts is a project of the Speedway Arts Advisory Council. We are excited to present Art at the Rosner.
?Our mission is to stimulate appreciation of the arts and enrich the cultural lives of Speedway residents and guests; encouraging a focused vision of the arts throughout the community. We display 2D and 3D artwork. Every month (unless otherwise noted), we offer an Open Gallery of works created by Juried Artists, Member Artists and artist within our community. Artwork created for this event is based on a theme decided by the Speedway Art Centre. These pieces are available for sale at our store.
They also offer a variety of classes, including drawing, painting, acting, knitting, jewelry making and much more.
Studio OTB (Outside the Box) is a community arts program that provides an atmosphere for all individuals to express, develop artistic skills, & discover new personal interests. We support collaborations between artists with and without developmental disabilities, and have an emphasis on art education & eco-friendly creativity.
Sullivan Munce Cultural Center
Sullivan Munce Cultural Center, including the Sullivan Museum, Genealogy Library, and Munce Art Center, features a wide range of exhibits, events and programs to celebrate the culture of a historic town where the past is preserved and the future is embraced. They invite you to make the Sullivan Munce your destination for art, history, and genealogy.
Tube Factory artspace
Tube Factory is a community gathering space, art exhibition space, creativity lab, event space, and workshop operated by Big Car Collaborative.
We bring art to people and people to art, sparking creativity in lives to transform communities.
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
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