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The Urban Times, a monthly newspaper of downtown Indianapolis happenings, published this article about the Eiteljorg Museum's 30th anniversary in its March 2019 issue. Read it here: Urban Times Article
In the Eiteljorg Museum's new exhibit in the Western art galleries, Attitudes: The West in American Art, is a beautiful mural study by Dean Cornwell, Americanization of California. The magazine Western Art Collector recently published an article about the painting...
Eiteljorg leads citywide National Endowment for the Arts reading celebration of classic Western novel, “True Grit”
Calling all book lovers: Join us for a community experience involving the classic Western novel True Grit by Charles Portis, including family programs, special events, book discussions, film screenings and more. The Eiteljorg is one of 75 organizations nationwide to...
On June 24, 1989, civic leaders, Native American representatives, artists and local dignitaries held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting to open the new Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. In the above photo, the museum’s founder Harrison Eiteljorg — center,...
By Bryan Corbin, Storyteller magazine editor Elisa Phelps is the Eiteljorg’s new vice president and chief curatorial officer. The Eiteljorg Museum’s new vice president and chief curatorial officer is a true Westerner, a Texan deeply rooted in Colorado and the rich...
Howard Post Born 1948 in Tucson, Arizona; lives in Tucson, Arizona A THIRD-GENERATION ARIZONIAN, Howard Post grew up on a small ranch near Tucson in southern Arizona. He attended the University of Arizona where he completed his BFA and MFA degrees. In the early 1970s...
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