The Indianapolis Museum of Art
4000 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
317.923.1331The mission of the Indianapolis Museum of Art is to enable a large and diverse audience to see, understand and enjoy the best of the world's visual arts; to this end, the Museum collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets original works of art. The Indianapolis Museum Of Art can accommodate a meeting, company picnic, wedding reception, dinner for honored guests or a glittering soiree for 1,000 or more. Spacious buildings, grounds and gardens allow you to be inside or outdoors. For
Mission of MuseumOldfields, the 26-acre estate located on the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum Of Art, is a rare surviving example in the Midwest of an American Country Place - an important period in U.S. landscape history. The estate's house, gardens and grounds were laid out in the 1910s and 1920s at a time when wealthy families were leaving the city to build expansive country estates. The mansion, which overlooks the White River valley, was built for Hugh McKennan Landon and his family between
Oldfields MansionThe large garden at the west of the Oldfields property, located between the mansion and the canal, comprises the newly restored Ravine Garden. Designed by Percival Gallagher of Olmsted Brothers in the 1920s, the Ravine Garden recently has been fully restored. It reopened in May 1999 and was officially dedicated as the Rapp Family Ravine Garden in honor of major donors George and Peggy Rapp and their families. A host of other generous donors also contributed to the restoration. The African art collection, which
Shown exclusively at the Indianapolis Museum Of Art, the dazzling art works in Gifts to the Tsars tell the story of Russia's transformation into one of the greatest empires the world has ever known. As Russia took its place among the mightiest nations of the 16th and 17th centuries, increasingly extravagant gifts were presented to tsars by the leaders of Turkey, Persia and western Europe to win the favor of these absolute rulers. Gifts to the Tsars is organized by the IMA in collaboration with The State Historical-Cultural Museum Preserve, Moscow Kremlin. The museum is located at 4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 and the General Museum Information Line is: 317.923.1331.
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