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Attention quilters and #EJQuilts fans: Local hospitals report a dire shortage of face masks to protect nurses and doctors from the Coronavirus. They seek donations of face masks, and can accept homemade face masks. See this link.  Do you have sewing skills and spare fabric...

Museum and exhibit “Quilts: Uncovering Women’s Stories” remain open INDIANAPOLIS – Based on the advice of public health authorities to limit public gatherings during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Eiteljorg Museum is postponing three public programs that had been scheduled for March. Those events will be rescheduled...

The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art is focused on the health and safety of our visitors, members and employees, and we want to share with you the steps the Eiteljorg is taking to address concerns about the new Coronavirus or COVID-19. The Eiteljorg...

By Bryan Corbin, Storyteller magazine editor Artworks on exhibit in museums often are accompanied by signs that say, “Please do not touch.” But in the exhibition Please Touch! The Sculptures of Michael Naranjo, Eiteljorg visitors can experience remarkable bronze sculptures that are touchable – created by...

By Elisa Phelps, Eiteljorg vice president and chief curatorial officer    Marie K. Watt (Seneca, born 1967) Braid, 2005, reclaimed wool blankets, satin binding Museum purchase from the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship As our nation celebrates the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, women’s stories and experiences are front and...

Exhibition of historic and contemporary textile art is part of Honoring Women theme [caption id="attachment_6165" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Faye Lone (Seneca)Grand Entry, 2008Cotton fabric, cotton batting, thread104 × 91 inches2008 Indian Market & Festival Purchase Award[/caption] INDIANAPOLIS – The Eiteljorg Museum has launched a yearlong exploration of the...

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