Upcoming Experiences


The United States is in the middle of a crisis that is impacting families and communities. A perfect storm of prescription drugs, powerful illegal narcotics, the science of brain chemistry and socio-economic pressures, among other factors, has fueled a spike in opioid abuse at all levels of society. Indiana is no exception. Discover personal stories of recovery, explore the science behind opioid addiction through hands-on interactives, learn how to affect positive change in this crisis, and participate in art making and performances that help build empathy. Feb. 1, 2020 – Feb. 7, 2021  See More >>

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Cause and Æffect

Women have a long history of fighting for their rights. This spring and summer, explore artworks born of that activism. Discover the artists behind each piece and learn about the causes they continue to fight for. See works inspired by debate over topics like the death penalty or the environment, then take a moment for self-reflection and an opportunity to react. March 28 – July 6, 2020



XOXO: An Exhibit About Love & Forgiveness

Using facial expressions, words, movement and art making, XOXO explores what love and forgiveness mean to you, and to others. Play, act silly, and consider what makes you sad, mad and happy. Ask questions, listen and learn about yourself and the people around you. This exhibit encourages visitors to take a deep breath and explore these feelings through interactive experiences. May 23 – Sept. 7, 2020