Public art along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: a legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick

Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick has engaged Forecast to develop a comprehensive public art master plan for the Cultural Trail. The plan will set an ambitious course for the Cultural Trail’s public art program over the next five to ten years. The Comprehensive Plan will:

  • build upon previous investments in public art along the Trail;
  • complement the unique design, urban setting and landscape of the Trail;
  • identify sites and spaces for incorporating new art placement and cultural programming; and
  • be inspirational and bold.

Our team is developing and facilitating the public outreach and community engagement activities, synthesizing data, and developing the 5-10 year action plan to guide the future of public art for the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, and we need your help!

Take our online survey

Survey will be open until March 30, 2024

Join our Scavenger Hunt

Each week in March, a new clue will be released about a public artwork along the Cultural Trail. Your goal is to find the artwork, answer a question or two, and submit a selfie with the artwork. If you submit the correct artwork each week, you will be entered into a drawing for a gift card from a local business!

  1. Download the Goosechase iOS or Android app
  2. Log in. New to Goosechase? Sign up for an account or participate as a guest
  3. Search for this Experience by code LPX66Q or name Indianapolis Cultural Trail Public Art Scavenger Hunt
  4. Create a profile. Some profiles require a passcode
  5. Lastly, set yourself apart with a name and photo

Visit us in person along the Cultural Trail at upcoming events

March 30: Eggventure on the Canal

More to be added – check back for details

Questions?

Need this information in another language?

contact Jen Krava
jenk@forecastpublicart.org

About Forecast Public Art

A nonprofit organization based in Saint Paul and working nationally, Forecast partners with artists and communities throughout Minnesota and the country to activate, inspire, and advocate for public art that advances justice, health, and human dignity. Forecast’s team partners with decision-makers and stakeholders on arts and cultural planning efforts, and supports public artists with funding, training, and opportunities to create partnerships and advance their public art careers. They also help others find, select, curate, fund, and commission public artists. Forecast emphasizes access for artists of color, Indigenous and/or Native artists, and groups that are traditionally excluded.

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