The Art of the Art Gallery - 5:08
with Mark Ruschman, Chief Fine Arts Curator at Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites
Posted Jun 14, 2018
Sure, it is pretty when all is said and done, but how much do we think about the thought process and workflow behind the development of an art gallery. The Indiana State Museum's Chief Fine Arts Curator sits down with host Taylor Bennett to highlight the reasoning and decision-making behind the Lois Main Templeton: A Reinvented Life exhibit. The exhibit runs through August 5, 2018 from the museum's NiSource Gallery on the third floor. The display includes a retrospective of original paintings from the early 1980's to the present and is supported by the Arts Council of Indianapolis and City of Indianapolis.
Hosted by: Taylor Bennett Produced by: Heartland Newsmakers Team

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