In response to the pandemic, and to support neighbors and partners, Newfields has refocused financial commitments that were going to be used for the 2020 community meal to five programs helping our community access fresh nutritious food during this time of crisis.
While many of us think about packing our bags for summer vacation, a group of masterpieces will be hitting the road to Indianapolis for an exhibition dealing with this very concept: American travel.
Anna Stein, assistant curator of works on paper, talks about J.M.W. Turner's legacy, his critics, and her curiosity about his shoes.
In 2018, the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields became the proud recipient of Stephen Sprouse’s fashion collection and archives. Sprouse (1953–2004), born in Ohio and raised in Columbus, Indiana, was one of the most innovative and influential designers of his time, using his frequent visits to Newfields as inspiration.
Open September 13, 2019 through July 12, 2020 Newfields Alliance Gallery
Chad Franer has worked in the horticulture department at Newfields since 1998.
Anna Seim White moved to Indianapolis with her husband, Jim, in 1966, she reached out to the Marian University music department looking for a teaching position. At the University of North Dakota, Anna had taught music and voice, talents she developed as a child growing up on a farm in Willow Lake, South Dakota.
47 Ronin: A Tale of Honor and Loyalty features the story in the form of woodblock prints. Also included are examples of romanticized and actual biographies of the protagonists.
The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation has honored Newfields with a $10 million grant to support the plans to improve the art, trails, parking and nature conservation of the 100-acre reserve.
If you loved Winterlights at Newfields, you won’t want to miss Harvest, a new, four-day celebration of fall.