Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art displays thought-provoking exhibits, featuring latest trends and new and emerging talent in contemporary Art. Indianapolis museum was founded in 2001, and is dedicated to promoting emerging artists, it has shown Art by new talent including, Jen Davis, Tim Gardner, and Jeff Gabel. The museum presents local, regional and international artists, art lovers would find the museum very intimidating. The museum is located in the prominent Murphy Art building in the fountain square, Indianapolis. The admission to the museum is free. iMOCA at the Murphy center is closed on Monday and Sunday.
Things to Do
- Art lovers of all ages would enjoy visiting the museum, see the exhibitions in the Art gallery and enjoy artist talk, art workshops and other events.
- Current exhibitions include, old Erik exhibition by Erik Ullanderson, and The Droops by six local artists. Each exhibition showcases drawings, paintings and installations.
- Hoosier salon vs. iMOCA event presents a voting competition, where the public will vote for the most popular pieces.
- See extra ordinary pieces of contemporary art, drawings, photographs and creations, by artists from all over the state.
- Several programs and free concerts are arranged in the museum, occasionally.
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art Insider Tips
- Limited free parking is available.
- The venue can be rented for private events.