Indianapolis Art Center

Indianapolis Art Center

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Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis Art Center


Nestled in the heart of Broad Ripple, the Indianapolis Art Center offers a uniquely intimate backdrop to those searching for imaginative weddings, extravagant celebrations, and fanciful receptions. Explore our building's renowned Michael Graves design, delve into our award-winning art exhibitions, and wander through our dazzling ArtsPark with friends and family who will make your night unforgettable. Most importantly, lose yourself in the moment while we orchestrate every detail to create the experience you've dreamed of.

The Art Center's campus includes:

-The Marilyn K. Glick School of Art, a 40,000 square-foot facility designed by renowned architect Michael Graves. The building houses 11 state-of-the-art studios, three public art galleries, a 224-seat auditorium, and a library.

-ArtsPark, a gorgeous nine-acre outdoor creativity and sculpture garden that includes public art and a riverfront deck overlooking the White River.

Our services include pre-event consulting, event set-up and tear down as well as event security. There are no hidden fees, no food and beverage minimums and no surprises. Our indoor capacities for receptions max out around 150 people in a single space, but our outdoor venues can accommodate a vast number of guests. The rental cost is all-inclusive and gives you access to the entire campus as a completely customizable venue.

Please contact us at events@indplsartcenter.org or call 317.255.2464 for more information.

Classic Design, Modern Marvel, Artfully Indy.
Contact Information
820 E 67th St
Indianapolis , Indiana 46220
Wedding Categories
Reception Venues, Showers and Parties, Ceremony Venues
Guest Capacity
0 - 99, 100 - 199, 200 - 299
Venue Type
Historic Site, Museum, Winery / Vineyard
Venue Settings
Indoor, Outdoor - Covered, Outdoor - Not Covered
Venue Services
Ceremony, Reception, Rehearsal Dinner
Bachelorette Parties, Showers, Rehearsal Dinners
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