Ever wonder how long it takes to put up the lights for Winterlights? How about how many people it takes? Who makes everything in Lilly House? Director of Exhibitions and Festival Administration Roseanne Winings is the woman behind it all and shares all she knows in this article.
More Than a Moment: How We. The Culture has changed the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Curatorial Approach
We. The Culture changed the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s approach to curating in many ways. Curators Tascha Horowitz and Shelley Selim share how working with GANGGANG and The Eighteen will continue to impact exhibitions at the museum.
Practical, sharp, and on the move! Dr. Burnette’s signature footwear—sneakers—take her where she needs to be to keep Newfields moving forward.
Artists Among Us, the first-ever all staff exhibition at Newfields, was one of Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette’s first undertakings as the new leader at Newfields. The exhibition features diverse materials and approaches that reflect the breadth and depth of the exceptional minds at Newfields.
Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette has a rare combination of warmth, authenticity, and grit that situates her as a unique and exceptional leader. A people-person at her core, a community builder, and a vessel for change.
Newfields welcomed Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette as President & Chief Executive Officer on August 1, 2022, at a turning point in history—a time of angst and fear, but also a time of beauty and innovation.
Catch FITZ’s piece Keep it Cool in We. The Culture: Works by The Eighteen Art Collective on view in the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields through September 24, 2023. Learn more about his approach in this interview.
Taylor Hurt and artist Amiah Mims talk art, entrepreneurship, and purpose in this Q&A interview.
ess mckee is a multimedia artist whose style and skill are as multifaceted as the mediums she uses to create. Natalya Herndon visited ess’ studio at the Harrison Center to discuss her journey and process.
The Garden at Newfields is home to 200 species of trees. Some of the most majestic trees are 125 years old and are the stars of the show this time of year.
Sharon Gamble is one of the hundreds of volunteers who makes Newfields shine. Find inspiration in her story.