Indiana Landmarks News

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Conference highlights preservation of Mid-Century Modern landmarks
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Indiana’s statewide preservation conference takes place in Columbus for the first time, April 17-20. While the conference covers a host of topics and issues, this year’s agenda emphasizes saving and reviving Mid-Century Modern buildings—the source of Columbus’s international recognition.

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Storyteller to Present Restoration Saga of Delphi Opera House
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Bloomington storyteller David Matlack shares tale of landmark’s revival.

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First Friday Art Show Features Paintings of Historic Indiana
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Brock Cagann’s First Friday show in February at Indiana Landmarks Center features paintings inspired by historic black-and-white photos of early twentieth-century Indianapolis buildings and streetscapes.

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Grant Funding Available for Humanities-Based Programming
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Indiana Humanities announces 2018 deadlines for three grant programs.

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Indiana Landmarks offers another tour of Coca-Cola plant before reinvention as Bottleworks
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First “before” tour of Art Deco building sold out.

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Nominations Sought for Indiana’s Top Restoration Prize
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Indiana Landmarks seeks nominations for its annual Cook Cup, a prestigious prize for exemplary restoration of a historic Indiana structure.

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Economist to Evaluate Impact of Historic Preservation in Indy
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National expert discusses economic contributions of historic buildings to community.

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Holiday Concert Combines Organ with Piano, Horns, Bells and Voices
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Indiana Landmarks’ annual December organ concert features traditional and contemporary holiday music starring the restored 1892 Grand Hall organ, joined by piano, horns, handbells, and professional singers.

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One-Day Show and Sale of Original Art at Indiana Landmarks Center
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On Dec. 1, Indiana Landmarks’ First Friday gallery show doubles as a holiday bazaar where visitors can immediately take home what they buy.

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