To Indiana, With Love, about John Domont's mural Love Letter Indiana.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art serves the creative interests of its communities by fostering exploration of art, design, and the natural environment. The IMA promotes these interests through the collection, presentation, interpretation and conservation of its artistic, historic, and environmental assets.
The Eiteljorg Museum, which opened in 1989, was founded by Harrison Eiteljorg. The museum showcases Western and Native American art and cultural objects. The museum's design is also inpired by the land, people, and architecture of the American Southwest.
The Sheldon Swope Art Museum exists to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret the best of American art, with special emphasis on painting and sculpture of the first half of the twentieth century and on Wabash Valley artists past and present.
The Indiana Arts Commission, an agency of state government, is a public catalyst, partner, and investor in the arts, and serves the citizens of Indiana by funding, encouraging, promoting and expanding the arts.
In 1997, the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and 12 community-based organizations jointly established the Indiana Regional Partnership Initiative, a collaboration to enhance support for arts and cultural activities statewide, especially in underserved areas.
The Arts Council serves as central Indiana's chief arts resource, not only for artists and arts organizations, but also for government, business, educational institutions, neighborhood and community organizations, visitors and residents.
Heartland Printworks provides high resolution scanning and large format archival printing for artists and businesses.
Comprehensive listing of Indy's downtown galleries, artists and art related businesses, as well as links to their work and web sites.
The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites preserves, interprets and presents material evidence of Indiana's cultural and natural history in a context that encourages people to actively participate in discovering their world – as it was, as it is and as it can be.
Since 1830, the Indiana Historical Society has been Indiana's Storyteller™, connecting people to the past by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and disseminating the state's history.