Dogs: Faithful and True

Man’s best friend takes center stage in the newest exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum. Dogs: Faithful and True  explores the enduring presence and contributions of dogs as companions, workers and heroes in Native American and Western cultures. In addition to art, photographs, artifacts and interactive experiences, visitors can enjoy these special presentations:

Upcoming Events:
Curator’s Choice Series: The Artful Dog
Friday, April 7

Dogs: Faithful and True Programming featuring Karen Land
Saturday, April 8

Pet Photography 101 Workshop with Smiling Dog Photography
Saturday, April 8

Curator’s Choice Series: Dogs in Paintings
Friday, May 5

Pet Portrait Workshop with artist, Sheila Jackson
Friday, May 12

Dogs: Faithful and True Programming in May
Saturday, May 13

Pet Photography 101 Workshop with Smiling Dog Photography
Saturday, May 13

Dog Trivia Night
Friday, May 19

Dogs: Faithful and True Programming in June
Saturday, June 3

Dogs: Faithful and True Programming in July
Saturday, July 8


More info: Dogs: Faithful and True runs March 4 through August 6.

The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art is located at 500 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN  46204.

Hours:

Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Late Wednesday Nights: 5 – 8 p.m. (All of June, July, and Aug. 3)
Sunday: noon – 5 p.m.

Cost:

Members: Free
Adults: $13
Seniors: $11
Youth 5-17: $7
Child 4 & under: Free

 

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