November 26, 2019

New Artwork Along White River Trail Honors Indy's River History


The artwork is along the White River Trail south of the west Michigan Street bridge on the west bank of the White River. - Provided by the University of Indianapolis

The artwork is along the White River Trail south of the west Michigan Street bridge on the west bank of the White River.

Provided by the University of Indianapolis

Indianapolis residents may notice new, unique artwork along the White River Trail. It was created by University of Indianapolis Art and Design faculty. WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke to the artists —Nathan Foley and James Viewegh — about the pieces that honor the city’s river history.

The artwork is along the White River Trail south of the Michigan Street bridge on the west bank of the White River.

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