These 6 Public Art Installations In Indiana Will Leave You Feeling Inspired
Art is everywhere in Indiana. From the Indianapolis International Airport to New Albany, public art is an important part of what puts the Hoosier State on the map. Not only do public art projects offer a unique portrait of the independent spirit and culture of Indiana, but they have also been critical parts of city revitalization initiatives across the state. Take a tour of these six murals and installations, and find something new to inspire you in Indy.
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Public art is for the people. The Hoosier State is full of inspiring surprises for those seeking an artistic experience. The nature of public art is that it is often temporary, changing, and moving, so we’re bound to have overlooked a bold statement or two here. What are your favorite piece of public art or Indiana outdoor art installations we left out? What Indiana art leaves you feeling inspired? We love seeing your photos and hearing your stories. Get in touch!
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Benjamin Clancy is the Illinois and Indiana writer at Only In Your State, a doctoral candidate at UNC Chapel Hill in Communication, and an artistic type who has attended the Vermont Studio Center residency in poetry writing and makes something like music as "little other." They grew up in Austin, Texas and currently live in Chicago, IL with their partner, two dogs, and a cat. Get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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