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Members of the Indiana Arts Commission
Miller, Xenia Simons; Art--Indiana; Indiana Arts Commission
Xenia was involved with the arts on a state-wide basis, serving as a member and officer of the Indiana Arts Commission, as well as the Indiana Endowment for the Arts and was also responsible for creating...
Jordan College of Fine Arts Production of Into the Woods
Butler Universtiy--Jordan College of Fine Arts; Plays; Theater; Students
Today the Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University includes programs in music, dance, theater, visual arts, and arts administration. Its Lyric Theatre presents productions of music theatre in its...
Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Hosts Nationally Known Artists each Year
University of Indianapolis; Universities and colleges--Indiana--Indianapolis; Universities and colleges; Music; Musicians; Concert programs
Performing and visual arts have a long history at UIndy. Vocal ensembles were popular among students in the early days, and an impressive faculty concert series has continued to grow since its launch in...
Floyd D. Hopper Bachelor of Arts Degree from John Herron Art Institute
Hopper, Floyd D., 1909-1984; Artists
Floyd Hopper's studies at Herron began when the building was brand new and had approximately 100 students, most from Indianapolis. At first he signed up for commercial art, but later switched to fine arts....
Aerial View of Butler University
Butler University; Universities and colleges; Aerial Views
Today Butler offers 65 majors in six colleges: Liberal Arts and Sciences; Education (1930 merger with Teachers College of Indianapolis); Business Administration (1937); Pharmacy (1945 merger with Indianapolis...
Mary Ann Moore’s Sampler
Morgan County (Ind.); Samplers; Textile crafts; Needlework; Decorative arts; Corss-stitch; Alphabets; Moore family; Political slogans
Mooresville was laid out in 1824 by Samuel Moore and named for him. Samuel Moore opened the first store in town which the family operated for 44 years. This sampler was made by his eight-year-old daughter,...
Allen County Courthouse
Allen County (Ind.); Courthouses; Cupolas; Transportation;
The courthouse was designed by Brentwood S. Tolan in the Beaux Arts style with Blue Bedford limestone and Vermont granite. Built 1897-1902, it includes bas-reliefs, skylights, a rotunda witha dome of stained...
View of Wabash College Campus, early 1900s
Montgomery County (Ind.); Universities and colleges; Educational facilities
This winter vista of Crawfordsville's Wabash College reveals several prominent central campus structures. Started as an all male preparatory school in 1832, Wabash has grown to become one of the most nationally...
Cover of UE Magazine Depicting 150 Years Banner
University of Evansville; Universities and colleges; Banners
UE celebrates 150 years of existence with a logo for the celebration featuring the words: Civic Mission… Sacred Trust, referring to its mission of providing a quality education in a faith based environment....
Recker-Harstock House, 59 N. Hawthorne Lane
Irvington (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History; Marion County (Ind.)--History; Architecture; Houses
Irvington was known for its Victorian-era architecture, but after the turn of the century its residents embraced the new Arts and Crafts bungalow. This house is unique in Indiana, in that it is the only...
500 Festival Continues to Fuel the Month of May
500 Festival; Indianapolis Motor Speedway; Indianapolis Speedway Race; Festivals--Indiana--Indianapolis; Ferris wheels
Today the 500 Festival continues to produce more than 50 events and programs that touch more than 500,000 lives and most of them are for free! Kids’ Day, the largest free outdoor festival for children,...
Indiana Society of Chicago Picnic at Cedar Lake
Cartoons; Caricatures and cartoons; McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949; Indiana Society of Chicago; United States--Social life and customs--20th century--Caricatures and cartoons
The Indiana Society of Chicago was founded in 1905 by the McCutcheon brothers, Ade and other Hoosier natives living in Chicago engaged in the arts and literature. Their mission was "to cultivate social...
Floyd Hopper's Diploma from John Herron Art Institute
Artists; Education; Hopper, Floyd D., 1909-1984
Hopper’s studies at Herron began when the building was new and had approximately 100 students, most from Indianapolis. He signed up for commercial art, but later switched to fine arts. Hopper was very...
Floyd D. Hopper's Sketchbook
Hopper, Floyd D., 1909-1984; Artists
Hopper's studies at Herron began when the building was brand new and had approximately 100 students, most from Indianapolis. At first he signed up for commercial art, but later switched to fine arts. Hopper...
Skylight from the Fifth Floor Ceiling of Ball Stores
Stained Glass; Art--Indiana--Muncie; Department stores; Ball stores
The original Ball Stores in downtown Muncie closed in 1986. It remained vacant and was demolished in 1989. The Arts and Crafts style stained-glass skylight, which had been the ceiling of the old McNaughton...
Interior View of the H. Lieber Art Emporium
Lieber, Herman, 1832-1908; Artists; Stores & shops; German American families--Indiana--Indianapolis
The Steele family returned to Indianapolis in 1873 where he established his studio downtown. He moved frequently in those early years but was never far from the H. Lieber & Company Art Emporium. In a city...
Ballet; Dance; Costume
Dance of various styles had long been taught at the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music. The Jordan Ballet Company first performed in 1944. In 1949 the conservatory’s name was changed to Jordan College...
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music--Periodicals; Butler University; Education
In June 1928 Jordan bought the Metropolitan School of Music (founded in 1895) and the Indiana College of Music and Fine Arts (founded in 1907 as the College of Musical Art) and merged the two competing...
Women at Purdue
Purdue University; Universities and Colleges
Purdue was opened to women in 1875 and nine enrolled. Their interests included industrial arts, English literature, chemistry, and math. Eulora Miller, in 1878, was the first to graduate. The first female...
Student at Purdue University
Purdue University; Laboratories; Students--Indiana; Women's clothing; Hairstyles; Educational facilities
Purdue was opened to women in 1875 and nine enrolled. They had a wide range of interests including Industrial Arts, English Literature, Chemistry, Math, and Drawing. Eulora Miller was the first to graduate...
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