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Spring Market, an annual event featuring local artists selling their artwork, is set to return to the Eiteljorg Museum on Saturday, April 21. This event, previously known as the Women in Art Market before its name changed last year, will feature about 25 vendors selling...

In 2017, we reimagined the annual Eiteljorg fund-raiser benefitting the museum’s education and public programs departments. Cowpokes & Cocktails was born and what a resounding success it was with increased attendance and contributions. This year’s iteration will once again be an exciting, high-end fundraiser and...

By Brittan Semler, Eiteljorg marketing and communications intern Technology has been a big part of Paul Jones’ life since he was a child. Paul, the Eiteljorg’s new assistant to the director of technology, said he first became interested in electronics “probably at a young age when...

A new exhibition at the Eiteljorg showcases the work of some of the most admired Native American basketmakers while celebrating two of the museum’s most generous supporters: Mel and Joan Perelman. The Perelmans recently gifted to the museum their collection of 147 baskets, cradles and bags...

By Samantha Roll, Eiteljorg marketing and communications intern Kristin Stout is an Indianapolis native and a veteran in the library science field, but her new position at the Eiteljorg Museum’s Watanabe Family Library and Stephen and Sharon Zimmerman Resource Center is affording her completely new opportunities....

Worldwide, people often formed their first impressions of the West and of America not from visiting its vast landscapes but from seeing tales of the West flicker onscreen. A romanticized and fictional version of the West galloped across movie screens and on televisions, thrilling audiences while portraying...

For Allison H. Evans, the transition into her new position as the Eiteljorg’s director of museum collections has been a fairly easy one, comforted by her own knowledge and experiences, the adventure of having a new city to discover and the welcoming people. “The best...

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