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Mary Peterson Zundo is a Ph.D. candidate in American Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. On Oct. 14, she will present the Eiteljorg’s annual Gund Lecture in Western art in an exciting program titled Fantasia on the Prairie: Plains Warriors, Arabic...

Complete your visit to the Eiteljorg by enjoying a delicious and convenient lunch at the Museum Café. With a beautiful view overlooking the Central Canal, the café offers a wide selection of southwestern cuisine. Pair a savory sandwich with one of the café’s freshly made...

Each fall, a select group of artists from across the country descend upon the museum to provide exciting experiences for the local community. The Eiteljorg is excited to have four amazing artists in the lineup this fall. Artists in Residence work at the museum for...

This article originally appeared in the September 2017 issue of Storyteller Magazine. Some beginning art collectors fell in love with art they saw at Quest for the West® but the price was beyond their pocketbook. Some experienced art collectors had the financial means but not the room in...

This article originally appeared in the September 2017 issue of Storyteller magazine.  The Eiteljorg again will be the center of the Western art universe Sept. 8-9 when prominent artists converge at the museum to offer striking new works depicting the grandeur of the American West. The 12th...

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art recently appointed three business and community leaders to serve on its board of directors:  Christopher Eck, Carla Leppert and Chris Trede. Eck, an attorney, is senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of the athletic footwear retailer...

It is hard to believe that my time at the Eiteljorg is already over! When I was applying for summer internships, I knew that interning with the Eiteljorg’s communications and marketing department was my No. 1 choice for an internship; however, I never could have...

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