The Indianapolis Art Center is one of the largest community art facilities in the United States not connected with a university, welcoming more than 250,000 visitors a year.
The mission of the Indianapolis Art Center is to engage, enlighten, and inspire our community by providing interactive art education, outreach to underserved audiences, support of artists, and exposure to the visual arts.
The Art Center’s campus includes:
- The Marilyn K. Glick School of Art, a 40,000 square-foot facility designed by renowned architect Michael Graves. The building houses 11 state-of-the-art studios, three public art galleries, a 224-seat auditorium, a gallery shop, and a library;
- ArtsPark, a nine-acre outdoor creativity and sculpture garden that includes public art and is located in one of Indianapolis’ most popular and diverse neighborhoods. The park is connected to one of the city’s most utilized greenway trail systems.