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.
The Outside In: The Art and Craft is an exhibition of William S. Rice's selected work.
Your way of finding Japan without leaving Indiana, here at Newfields you can find multiple experiences that will emerge you into the culture and art of Japanese.
Nihontō: The Samurai Sword is an exhibition of that displays the sword without protection of museum glass, but watch out because it is still crazy sharp!
Step into the Seasons of Japan will unfold across campus offering an interactive experience to guests this year.
It's the 25th season of the Summer Nights Film series which has grown a crowd of regulars who come almost every Friday night with their picnic basket and chairs ready to relax and spend time with friends and family.
Newfields team of horticultural experts has helped design another season of flower with more than 500,000 blooms.
Lindsay Hamman, the new Director of Public Programming, started at Newfields as an intern in her college days.
The show Dining by Design: Silver 1925-2000 traces the radical changes that happened on our tables during the 20th century.
What is it like to wake every day conscious of the fact that you’re literally surviving America’s sordid past? How does a group of people consistently find ways to live in a society founded upon their demise?