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My wife and I spent about 3 hours in this museum. We particularly wanted to see the special exhibit on the art of Harry Fonseca, which was outstanding. We also enjoyed the galleries on traditional/historic Native American cultures and the impressive collections of the works...More
Even though some galleries were closed there were a couple of interesting exhibitions. One was an annual sale / display by contemporary artists. Prices ranged from a few thousand dollars to $25,000 and more.
The exhibition of movie art was interesting. I was not as...More
The Eiteljorg is one of the few Indianapolis museums that is open on Monday. So when we had a free Monday we thought we should catch up on the exhibits. There are always new things to see there. The exhibit on The Reel West reviewed...More
We were reminded of the cool quiet of the adobe dwellings we visited during our time in the Southwest when we walked through the massive wooden doors of the Eiteljorg. What a pleasant surprise! When we visited, the "Quest for the West" art show was...More
The wedding was here. The ceremony was outdoors, reception in side and then the dancing was outdoors under the "sails". We saw just a little of the museum. Great mix of Western and American Indian art.
Old western movie fans will enjoy reminiscing about their favorite cowboy heroes. But the best part of the museum was the expansive displays of Native American art and artifacts. We especially enjoyed the collection related to local tribes, the Miami, the Delaware, and Potowatomi. But...More
The exhibit on western movies tried to put into context the slanted depiction of native americans and people of color, even women that have shaped our consciousness. The cafe served a great cuban sandwich with views of the canal. There is a kids area in...More