Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Museum of Contemporary Art celebrate Hoosier places that have meaning—personal, communal, visual, artistic, historic, natural with photography submitted by Indiana artists from across the state. Meaningful Places will open to the public on July 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Treasure Hunt, an indoor and outdoor antiques and architectural salvage market on Indiana Landmarks’ campus, paired with food trucks and 40+ yard sales in the surrounding Old Northside.
We will award three prizes—$150, $100, $50—plus an annual membership in iMOCA and Indiana Landmarks, to the photographers whose work garners the most votes in a ballot of exhibition visitors.
Meaningful Places was curated by Indiana Landmarks’ President Marsh Davis, iMOCA’s Executive Director Paula Katz, and Curatorial Associate Maureen Knoble. Photographs will remain on display through August 18, 2017.
This event is free and open to the public.
Participating artists: Sophiana Botich, Tom Duffy*, Rad Drew, Jacquelyn Fowler, John M. Hoover, James Jordan Kellar*, Sarah Kercheval, Ron Kern, Betty Klein, Jared Landberg, Justin Chase Lane, Teddy Lepley, Christine Merchent, Rob McGinnis, Alex Pegram, Adam Reynolds, Gary Schmitt, Lauren Shaffer, Eric Schoch, Seth Teeters, Taresah Youngman*
*Members of the Bloomington Photography Club
Normal Gallery Hours:
Sunday and Saturday Closed
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202