Newfields invites you to take in 700 years of Japanese art and culture during Seasons of Japan.
Amsterdam-based art and design collective Studio Drift is known for its large-scale installations centered on the relationship between humans, nature, and technology.
Innovative designs set new standards for shape and proportion and coined a contemporary definition of “universal beauty.”
Step into the Seasons of Japan invites guests into an immersive, interactive, multi-sensory experience.
Pop Up: Noodle Shop is a curated culinary art exhibition exploring a hot topic, ramen.
See the extensive collection of portraiture from Dr. George H.A. and Edith Whitehill Clowes in a whole new light.
Jones provides striking visual commentary on the duplicitous and oppressive nature of American power structures.
20th-century designers and craftsmen produced a glistening array of objects that can still enchant the eye.
Explore the history, physical attributes, symbolism, aesthetic qualities and utility of the Japanese samurai sword from the vantage point of beauty and function.
Outside In is a visually rich and instructive display of the work of noted block printmaker William Rice (1873-1963).
This exhibition examines the story of the ‟47 Rōnin”, one of the most widely-known and popular historical tales in Japan.
Take a 45-minute guided tram and walking tour of The Garden.
Curious about something you see? Just ask one of our Ask Me! docents.
Get the most out of your visit to the IMA Galleries with a trained docent as your guide.
Explore the avant-garde designs of these redefining Japanese fashion influencers.
Explore the portrait collection of two of the IMA’s greatest benefactors, Dr. George H. A. Clowes and his wife, Edith Whitehill Clowes.
Join Japan-America Society of Indiana for an afternoon of Japanese Comic Storytelling.
Make your weekend memorable with an afternoon of art and music.