Broad Ripple Village
Looking for something different? Step into Broad Ripple Village. Take in live music, go for a friendly game of darts or billiards, or show your moves on a dance floor. This is the place for a night out with friends. Browse for emerging fashions, vintage clothing, and eclectic wares. Whatever you choose, Broad Ripple Village is pedestrian-friendly and ready for you to discover.
Downtown Canal and White River State Park
Discovery runs through it.
What?s your pleasure? Recreation? Music? Relaxation? Wildlife? Art? History? Whatever it is, you can have it all along the Central Canal and throughout the 250-acre White River State Park.
The Canal Walk is a 3-mile loop, a popular urban respite for fitness enthusiasts and serenity-seekers alike. This Downtown waterfront is dotted with pedal boats and gondolas, bicycles and surreys.
Breeze through The Canal and White River State Park on one of the daily Segway Tours. These motorized, two-wheeled vehicles make zipping around the park a quick and easy trip. Learn more at: http://www.segwayofindiana.com/tours/tour/white-river-state-park
White River State Park
Entertainment requires just one stop at White River State Park in Downtown Indianapolis: Indiana?s one-and-only urban state park. In addition to hosting some of the city?s most popular festivities ? such as Irish Fest and Rib America Festival ? White River State Park offers a bundled package of recreation with six major attractions. A new, free Family Art Series runs June through September.
The Lawn at White River State Park
Summer is at its best on The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park, named one of the top 100 outdoor concert venues by Pollstar Magazine for four consecutive years. On a waterfront stage with seating for 8,000, The Lawn offers first-rate concerts in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Fountain Square Cultural District
Just southeast of downtown, our funky Indianapolis neighborhood has vintage and antique shops, a world of restaurants, working artists, and a vibrant arts scene, live music, and performance, and one-of-a-kind stores that sell comics, musical instruments, home décor, fresh flowers, and so much more.
Visit Fountain Square any time of the day or night, and find out why our neighborhood is anything but…square!
Hancock County Arts Council: Twenty North Gallery
Hancock County Arts provides leadership for the creative community by encouraging, celebrating, and promoting arts and culture throughout Hancock County Indiana. The council is based in an art gallery in downtown Greenfield and hosts new art exhibits, workshops, and arts-related meetings throughout the year.
HCA is a 501(c)3 organization supported by grants, memberships, and volunteers.
Hoy Polloy Art Gallery
Established in 2018. Minority owned contemporary art gallery located on the near east side of Indianapolis. Open every first friday from 6-9 pm, monthly event programming, and by private appointment.
Madam Walker Legacy Center
Based in Indianapolis, IN we’re an integral part of the community. The Madam Walker Legacy Center is a 501 c3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Madam’s legacy by providing cultural education, promoting social justice, supporting entrepreneurship and empowering youth to become the next generation of entrepreneurs and civic leaders.
We continue to serve as an enduring symbol of not only African-American pride and achievement but for all citizens of the world by perpetuating the legacy of our nation’s first self-made millionaire, Madam CJ Walker.
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis is a multi-functional performing and arts space in Broad Ripple. It features a small blackbox theatre, art gallery, rehearsal room and box office/bar. It is located on the corner o Broad Ripple and College Avenues, right next to the Red Line, and offers free parking in the lot behind the building.
While Storefront is also a producing company, the facility is available throughout the year for rentals of all types. Please reach out to our facility manager, Molly Dykstra (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information on rates and availability.
Theater at the Fort
Formerly the home of the cinema, theater, and band rehearsal space for Fort Benjamin Harrison, Theater at the Fort is now the center of the Fort Ben Cultural Campus. With movie screenings, musical performances, and plays, the Theater stays true to its heritage while providing a space for the community of Lawrence to enjoy and participate in art. The Theater is also home to Arts for Lawrence, a non-profit dedicated to advocating for the need and importance of a thriving arts destination in the shaping of a safe and lively community.
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