New year. Newfields. Did you make a resolution? You wanted more time for self-care—imagined indulging in culture, perusing beautiful works of art.
Painters often draw from
existing visual materials, such as photographs and reproductions of past works of art, to inspire and construct their work.
Filmed in one take and played in the reverse, this captivating and ambitious work by filmmaker Ben Russell, titled River Rites, is an exercise in what the artist called “psychedelic ethnography.”
For the first time ever, Orchids will be installed in the gallery spaces at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
This exhibition will feature the works of contemporary Japanese artist, Bidou Yamaguchi, a traditionally trained Noh mask carver who has created a body of work inspired by Old Master paintings.
C. M. Turner (Cincinnati, OH) curates a group show of artists and writers addressing the parallels between marginalia and marginalization.
Our popular “open house” program for preschoolers and their parents offers interactive learning stations in the galleries, storytellers, and a hands-on art project each month.
Artists are often at the leading edge of innovation and experimentation with new materials that spur creative development. Synthetica is a group exhibition of artists working with chemically engineered materials in unconventional ways.
Join us each week for a different way to look at art. Every Sunday, we will explore a new perspective on the CAM collection during this one hour experience.