iMOCA and Indiana Landmarks partner to celebrate Hoosier places that have meaning—personal, communal, visual, artistic, historic or natural. The exhibition will open to the public on July 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Treasure Hunt, an indoor and outdoor antiques and architectural salvage market on Indiana Landmarks’ campus, paired with food trucks and 40+ yard sales in the surrounding Old Northside.
Come cast your vote for the best in show! Three prizes will be awarded to the to the photographers whose work garners the most votes in a ballot of exhibition visitors. The exhibition runs July 15 through July 28, 2017 in the Rapp Family Gallery located at Indiana Landmarks Center, 1201 Central Avenue.
About Indiana Landmarks:
Imagine the places that have meant the most in your life—your first school, the diner where you ate lunch with your mom, that barn, that bridge, the house where you grew up, the courthouse on the square, the mansion you always loved… These are landmarks: the places that shape our lives and distinguish our communities. Indiana Landmarks saves and repurposes vintage places rather than throwing them away.
We save landmarks because they improve property values, promote tourism, and inject vitality into neighborhoods and business districts. Most of all, Indiana Landmarks saves buildings because they make the places we live more beautiful, more interesting, singular and special.
For more information: indianalandmarks.org
iMOCA is supported from grants and funding from the Efroymson Family Fund, The Indianapolis Foundation, Herbert Simon Family Foundation, Lilly Endowment, Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, Halstead Architects, ESL-Spectrum, R&M Electric, Buckingham Companies, National Performance Network, Visual Artists Network, Arthur Jordan Foundation, ArtsAlliance for Contemporary Glass, Centaur Gaming, 20×200, Bluebeard and Edington Gallery.
Justin Chase Lane Grain Silo, 2012
Harvest North Chapel Church, Carmel, IN