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Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art White River State Park, 500 W. Washington St.

Indianapolis, IX 16204-2707 Tel: (317) 636-9378 Fax: (317) 264-1724

Internet Address: http:/7ww\v.eiteljorg.org President: Mr. John Vanausdall

Admission: fee: adult-$5.00, child-$2.00. student-$2.00, senior-$4.00.

Attendance: 102,000 Established: 1989 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.

Open: Labor Day to Memorial Day.

Tuesday to Saturday. 10am-5pm; Sunday. noon-5pm.

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Memorial Day to Labor Day,

Monday to Saturday, 10am-5pm: Sunday, 10am-5pm.

Closed: Xew Years Eve to Xew Years Day, Thanksgiving Day,

Christmas Day.

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Facilities: Exhibition Area: Library; Shop: Theatre (120 seats).

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The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art is the primary venue for Native American art and culture in Indiana. It also is the only museum in the Midwest to offer extensive collections of both Xative American and American Western art. The museum holds paintings, drawings and sculpture of and from the American West, from the early 19th century to the present.

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The highlight of the collection is works by members of the Taos Society of Artists including Joseph Henry Sharp, E.I. Couse, Ernest Blumenschein, and Victor Higgins. The Native American Collection, totaling approximately 3,400 objects, presents the art of cultural groups from coast to coast and includes pottery, basketry, w’oodcarvings, beadwork, and apparel. The Museum presents a biennial exhibition of contemporary artwork of the West and Native Americans; conducts hands-on workshops and other educational programming related to exhibitions; and hosts an annual festival, the Indian Market, ,n June, the Midwests largest juried sale and show of Xative American art.

Herron School of Art – Herron Gallery

1701 X. Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IX 46202 Tel: (317) 920-2423

Internet Address: www.herron.iupui.edu

Gallery Director: Mr. David Russick Admission: free.

Attendance: 35,000 Established: 1979 ADA Compliant: Y

Open: Monday to Wednesday, 10am-5pm; Thursday. noon-8pm; Friday to Saturday, 10am-3pm;

or by appointment 920-2420.

Facilities: Exhibition Area.

Activities: Temporary Exhibitions (6/year).

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The Gallery presents contemporary art, focusing on the latest and often experimental areas in the visual arts. Exhibitions feature the work of locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally recognized artists and range in size from solo shows to theme exhibitions including twenty or more artists.

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