Indianapolis Art Center

The Indianapolis Art Center is an art center located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The Center, founded in 1934 by the Works Project Administration during the Great Depression as the Indianapolis Art League, is located along the White River. It features fine art exhibitions, art classes and studios, a library with over 5,000 titles, and the ARTSPARK nature and art parks.[2][3][4] As of 2008 the Indianapolis Art Center featured over 50 annual exhibitions and had over 3,000 members.[5]

Indianapolis Art Center
Front entrance of the Indianapolis Art Center in 2019.
Established1934; 88 years ago (1934)
LocationIndianapolis, Indiana, United States
Coordinates39.877807°N 86.143639°W / 39.877807; -86.143639
TypeArt center
Visitors206,823 (2019)[1]
DirectorMark Williams[1]
Websitewww.indplsartcenter.org

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