Best Artsy Areas

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum – Events

Saturday, April 1, 2017 If These Cars Could Talk… Get to know the 1936 Pierce-Arrow in person and in greater detail during the car-side presentation in the Gallery of Excellence …

READ MORE >

Indiana Repertory Theatre— Upcoming Productions

Artwork by Kyle Ragsdale; Image of David Alan Anderson and Dayln Stewart in The Cay taken by Amber Mills It’s the New Year and the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) is …

READ MORE >

Bloomington Antique Malls Special Event

PLEASE join us for our 1st of 4 events for 2017! Our Customer Appreciation Weekend Event was changed to a THREE day weekend to include those that worked weekends at …

READ MORE >

Columbus Miller House and Garden

Modernist National Historic Landmark open for public tours Located in Columbus, Indiana, and one of the country’s most highly regarded examples of mid-century Modernist residences, Miller House was designed by …

READ MORE >

Who is a Hoosier?

Today, people from all backgrounds claim the title “Hoosier.” Indiana Historical Society’s traveling exhibit Who Is a Hoosier uses maps, infographics, and photographs to illustrate what the word means. But …

READ MORE >

Learn About the Geology, History, and Artistry of Limestone

Lawrence and Monroe Counties, IN –June is designated as Limestone Month, celebrating the Indiana Limestone Heritage Trail and the history, industry, artistry and architecture of limestone. This month brings numerous …

READ MORE >

Nickel Plate Trail

Following alongside the bed of what was once a 37-mile stretch of the Nickel Plate Railroad, a line that once encompassed a large swath of Northeastern and Great Lakes states, …

READ MORE >

The Paramount Theatre Centre in Anderson

Since 1929 the Paramount Theatre Centre has inspired with its architecture, entertainment, and history. Thanks to local benefactors with an appreciation of history, the beautiful theatre continues to shine as …

READ MORE >

The Glass Trail Boom & Bust

When workers, looking for coal in 1876, drilled a hole into the ground near the East Central Indiana town of Eaton (now part of Muncie), a loud noise and an …

READ MORE >

The Lerner Theatre in Elkhart

The lights from the glorious exterior of the Beaux Arts-style Lerner Theatre, all magnificent terra cotta and Ionic columns, casts a colorful and warm glow at night on the city streets …

READ MORE >

Indiana’s Restored Theaters, The Second Act

The Historic Embassy Theatre in Fort Wayne is an Eberson design and was opened on May 14, 1928. Built as a movie palace and Vaudeville house, it provided a majestic backdrop …

READ MORE >

A Renovated Gem in Franklin

At one time, they were beacons in the downtowns of both small and large cities, their neon signs and marquees advertising—imagine this— double features, air conditioning and buttered popcorn—the real …

READ MORE >