From museums and galleries to theatres and music venues to everything in between, the Indiana Arts & Culture Passport is your guide to the places, people, and history that are the fabric of the Hoosier State. Explore Indiana with your passport and you can win great prizes!
The Art in the Park festivals showcases fine arts such as watercolor, photography, pottery, ceramics, wood, jewelry, metal, textiles, and much more. Art pieces are sold by local and regional vendors.
Connecting the communities throughout Marshall County, the Barn Quilt Trail features a series of large murals painted in a variety of quilt patterns on barns, business and public spaces, like in our downtown areas.
The Batesville Area Arts Council (BAAC) is a not-for-profit organization founded to promote the arts by providing opportunities for artistic education, expression and enjoyment in Batesville and the surrounding area. You can take this Art Walk to see over 20 orginal pieces of art around Batesville.
During the 2011 Decatur Kekionga Festival, the Adams Public Library hosted a sculpture exhibit by local artist Greg Mendez. Concurrently, the library commissioned Mr. Mendez to create and install the sculpture “It Must Be a Good Book”. The sculpture was recognized as a solid example of the positive…
Fort Wayne is a creative canvas for larger-than-life murals, functional (and fun!) sculptures, and many pieces of public art that our city is proud to display. Explore more than 100 photo-worthy locations in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne and throughout Allen County.
This nonprofit creates and promotes the arts in Fulton County, Indiana. Our emphasis is on creating original public art, showcasing artists in this rural area, and developing public interest in the arts. Two notable murals, located downtown, pay tribute to the Potawatomi Native American tribe that…
In honor of the cool cat, communities throughout Grant County erected statues of Garfield. Each statue sports a unique design that depicts the heritage and character of the location in which it stands.
Seymour isn’t just A small town; it is THE small town… where John Mellencamp was born! Pamela Bliss is the artist behind the mural on the side of This Old Guitar Music Store, which commemorates the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. The larger image shows present-day Mellencamp with an acoustic guitar…
Little Balser is the pioneer-days teen hero of a novel written by a Shelbyville author. His statue depicts him holding aloft two bear cubs, which he'd orphaned by killing their parents.
Huntington, Indiana, a mid-sized Northeast Indiana city founded on the beautiful banks of the Wabash and Little Rivers. This work was created as part of the Make It Your Own Mural Fest, which included murals in Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells &…
Bluffton, the county seat of Wells County, is picturesquely situated on the south bank of the far-famed Wabash River. This work was created as part of the Make It Your Own Mural Fest, which included murals in Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells &…
This work was created as part of the Make It Your Own Mural Fest, which included murals in Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells & Whitley Counties.
Local resident and artist Rein Bontreger created this large mural on the east side of the Newton County Historical Society building highlighting various points of interest pertaining to Newton County.
Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum is located deep in the woods amongst the rolling hills of Solsberry, Indiana. The Museum's Mission is to bring Outdoor Sculpture and Art Education to the community through various hands-on sculpture workshops, services and programs.
Calling all public art lovers: It's time to get out and explore The Bend's best murals, sculptures, galleries and more. The #OnlyinTheBend Public Art Pass is a mobile passport featuring nearly 40 pieces of public art and galleries in South Bend, Mishawaka and the surrounding communities.
The Valparaiso Art Walk is an outdoor sculpture exhibit located at Cumberland Crossing. The Art Walk has become a key feature in the community and will enter its 11th season beginning May 2022.
The park and statue of William H. English were unveiled and dedicated on June 23, 1900. The park is near the headwaters of the Little Blue River and has been used for many years for the annual English Reunion held in July.