A NEW EXPERIENCE
Experience the astonishing beauty and discover the importance of Indiana’s biological diversity in State of Nature: Picturing Indiana Biodiversity, Indiana State Museum, Feb. 13 - Sept. 19, 2021
Encounter wolf specimens from the museum’s collection and a reproduction sloth skeleton, as well as two paintings by Indiana Dunes plein air artist Frank Dudley and contemporary art from 15 artists with Hoosier connections including Lucinda Devlin, Casey Roberts, Bonnie Sklarski, David Morrison and Dornith Doherty. Bring the whole family and build your own bird nest and sloth claw, and get them thinking about how the environment and people are connected.
State of Nature was conceived and curated at Indiana University-Bloomington by Betsy Stirratt, director of the Grunwald Gallery of Art, Indiana University, and Distinguished Professor Roger P. Hangarter.
This experience is included with admission. TICKETS
The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites is a non-profit, public-private partnership
Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites
650 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204