We are located in White River State Park (WRSP) right next to the Indiana State Museum. Visitors can park in the WRSP underground parking garage from Washington street while spaces last. Free parking is offered to museum visitors most days out of the year when available.
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Amazing stories, beautiful art, diverse perspectives are found within. Come explore the Eiteljorg.
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Interact with Native and Western cultures and take home a piece of the American story when you leave.
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This exhibition highlights contemporary women artists, especially Native artists, and the powerful works they have created that speak to issues of personal identity, political agency, memory and violence against women.
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While the Native American galleries undergo reconstruction, explore selections from the Native American customary art collection. The collection encompasses diverse materials and techniques, and showcases the gifted imaginations of Native artists.
Experience compelling, thought-provoking works of contemporary Native art by the 2021 Eiteljorg Fellows. The artists in this year’s Fellowship epitomize a dynamic shift, taking their mediums past any boundaries.
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Explore remarkable works from early modernists, the Taos Society of Artists as well as today’s nationally renowned artists.
Experience, understand, and appreciate the diversity of Native artistic expressions through a variety of art and cultural items spanning across North America.
Discover striking contemporary art by Native American artists that is both beautiful and compelling.
Art meets nature on the museum grounds with beautiful sculptures in our garden spaces.
We collect and preserve art and artifacts, but more importantly, we tell America’s stories.
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Exhibits and events change frequently, so we help keep you informed with all of our updates in one spot.
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Our staff members are guides to your adventure through the stories Native and Western art have to tell.
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Join us for a discussion of Crazy Brave, a memoir by Joy Harjo, the first Native American Poet Laureate of the United States.
To participate, contact email@example.com.