March 16th, 2016

Connections

by Pam Allee

The billboard at 16th & Delaware has served us well as a frame for place-based art that celebrates urban Indy and points people to the Harrison Center and City Gallery as a resource for great local art and artists. The story behind the latest billboard is one that spans many years and a host of […]

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October 27th, 2015

Billboard Hoops

by Andrew Christenberry

We’d like to draw your attention to the latest installment of the City Gallery’s billboard series, now on display at the intersection of 16th and Delaware, and this time it’s accompanied by an exciting invitation. The billboard, which features a Kyle Ragsdale painting entitled “Hula Hoops,” portrays a group of young people hooping in the HCA gymnasium. This […]

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August 28th, 2015

It’s a billboard takeover! (Not really)

by Pam Allee

By now, many of you have become accustomed to driving North on Delaware Street and admiring the billboard at 16th Street that we reclaimed last year as a “frame” for local, place-based art. You may have even read the accompanying blogposts telling the stories depicted in the frequently changing art. So, last week, (we’ve heard) there […]

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July 3rd, 2015

Porching at 16th & Delaware

by Andrew Christenberry

American author Henry James once said, “Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” With this in mind, we are happy to present the next installment of our billboard series at the intersection of 16th and Delaware. In an effort to capture the seasonal magic […]

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February 27th, 2015

Billboard Update: 16th and Delaware

by Andrew Christenberry

In the latter half of the 19th century, Indianapolis saw for a first time one of its own climb through the political ranks of the United States government and take his seat in the White House. His name was Benjamin Harrison, and as a resident of the Old Northside neighborhood he was no stranger to […]

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