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For the Sake of the Prairie

Beyond the step back in time, the interactive exhibits held indoor and out...Conner Prairie is a force for good in regard to the environment, an advocate for child engagement within the outdoors and a fun place to "adult". Learn more in this insightful interview with Conner Prairie's President and CEO Norman Burns.

Conserving Indiana: What's at Stake?

From restoring a rarefied ecosystem in the northern part of the state (Indiana Public Media) to the never-ending campaign to get kids involved in the outdoors and balance the benefits of The White River (The White River Can't Wait), The Nature Conservancy - Indianatirelessly forges on with its mission to ensure that "people and nature can thrive together". Learn from Indiana State Director Mary McConnell on the many ways The Nature Conservancy is working to sustain better life in Indiana today and in the future.

Artist Commentary: Phil O'Malley on Lois Main Templeton

The artist behind the current Indiana State Museum exhibit Lois Main Templeton: A Reinvented Life is examined by her friend and fellow artist, Phil O'Malley Interviewed filmed on April 25, 2018. Thumbnail photo provided by Arts Council of Indianapolis.

A Conversation with Lois Main Templeton

Born in 1928, artist Lois Main Templeton experienced a Wisconsin childhood. Painting only arrived in the 1970's when, she was living near San Francisco, the materials themselves called out and her fingers itched to get a hold of them. The high horizons and rimrock, typical of the West, can still be the first thing to climb on her canvases. Comcast Newsmakers Field Reporter Talor Whitaker sits down with Lois from inside her very own exhibit at the Indiana State Museum for a thorough discussion on her life and tenure within the artist community.
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