Symphony in Color

Symphony in Color

Now through May 6

What color is music? Symphony in Color explores this question. See 110 works of art created by students in grades one through six while they listened to music performed by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Volunteers from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Association administered the competition. Prior to exhibition at the Indiana State Museum, the 36 gold ribbon winners were on display in the Oval Promenade Gallery of the Hilbert Circle Theater, home of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

New this year: Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites Award

For the first time, museum visitors, volunteers, and staff were invited to vote for their favorite Symphony in Color work of art. The award winner is: 

Lucy Lopez (#109)