East 38th Street Branch | Indianapolis Public Library
The first library to serve the neighborhood opened in 1957 as the Emerson Branch. This frame house near East 38th Street and North Emerson Avenue soon became too small to meet the neighborhood’s needs, leading to construction of a 7,500-square-foot branch at the same location in 1962. The Emerson Branch closed its doors in 2003 when the current 16,000-square-foot library opened as the East 38th Street Branch.
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Artists and community members are invited to learn how to participate in the Indy Art & Seek public art project.
Are you an artist, musician, poet, or dancer? Are you interested in creating a small, quick art “intervention” in one of Indianapolis’ neighborhoods? If so, join Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and the Arts Council of Indianapolis to hear how you can get involved in the Indy Art & Seek project. At this workshop you’ll learn more about the project, see examples of “interventions”, and get tips on how to apply for the opportunity. Artists selected to participate will be paid $1,000 for each “intervention” they create. 45 attendees per workshop; limited free parking is available (paid parking available too). A light dinner will be provided. Complete artist invitation information and application instructions available on the Arts Council of Indianapolis website.
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