Creative art, especially visual art, whose products are to be appreciated primarily or solely for their imaginative, aesthetic, or intellectual content.
A popular trend, especially in styles of dress and ornament or manners of behavior.
The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.
Artist Rebecca Robinson's artwork was chosen
by the Indianapolis Arts Council High Art/Billboard Project
Artwork titled “Protest”
(Located on 82nd st./Across from Castleton Mall- Indianapolis)
The Arts Council of Indianapolis and partner Reagan Outdoor Advertising (formerly Fairway Outdoor), have created High Art, a city-wide public art project which takes 10 works of art by central Indiana artists, prints them in a billboard format and places them around the city on a rotating basis. Images are rotated in and out of various locations as sites open up in the regular rotation of billboard advertisements. The works will rotate for one year on billboards throughout Marion and the seven surrounding counties.
Participating artists receive considerable value for their inclusion. The Arts Council pays the production costs for the vinyl billboards. Reagan donates the available billboard spaces and the installation and de-installation for a total estimated value of over $240,000 and an estimated 24 million views throughout the year.
Arts Honor Book Tour
"MEET THE ARTISTS"
FLAVA FRESH Art Exhibitions Begin
Film Festival Tour Begins for
The Color of Medicine Film
The promise to
continue being creative is an honorable one.