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IUPUI Museum Studies 2nd Annual Collections Care Fair Saturday, April 5 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Free with museum admission IUPUI students who show their ID are admitted free of charge Bring your beloved heirlooms and have a one-on-one conversation with a professional conservator who can show you how to...

George Morrison (Chippewa), Cumulated Landscape, 1976, wood, 48 x 120 x 3 in. In 1999, the Eiteljorg gathered artists, the Native American advisory council, board members, and staff to determine the format for the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship. There was one aspect of the program that elicited no...

For Immediate Release  For More Information DeShong Perry Smitherman 317.275.1352 dperry@eiteljorg.com twitter.com/DeShongPerry   MEDIA ALERT EITELJORG MUSEUM HOSTS INDIANAPOLIS HOSPITALITY WEEK MARCH 17 – 23 Offers complimentary admission to city’s hospitality staff and their families WHAT:     Indianapolis Hospitality Week honors hotel concierges, IndyGo and cab drivers, restaurant wait staff, Convention Center security and housekeeping, airline...

For Immediate Release                                                         For more information: DeShong Perry-Smitherman Public Relations Manager (317) 275-1352 dperry@eiteljorg.com twitter.com/DeShongPerry Learn how to Preserve Precious Heirlooms, Take a $10 Photography Class and Meet the Hoosier who Studied Under Ansel Adams This April, conservators, curators and photographers will inspire Eiteljorg guests to protect the past, shoot the present and preserve the...

For Immediate Release For more information: DeShong Perry-Smitherman Public Relations Manager 317.275.1352 dperry@eiteljorg.com twitter.com/DeShongPerry     Museum hosts first comprehensive retrospective exhibition ever staged of a key Native American modernist Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison Opens March 29 at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. [Attached image: Cumulated Landscape, 1976,...

George Carlson, American, born 1940 The Greeting, 1989 cast bronze Black & White Fun Fact #1: Modern day digital camera sensors only register black and white. They only measure differences in luminance. To obtain a color image three color filters (red, green and blue) are used. By using the filters,...

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