(INDIANAPOLIS) – Join the University of Indianapolis, Strategic Capital Partners and Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana for the unveiling of “River Fish,” a new public art display on the banks of the White River.
The work features 12 kinetic sculptures representing four fish species native to the White River.
The new public artwork beautifies the City of Indianapolis and enhances life for residents and visitors alike. The sculptures also honor the city’s river history and remind us to protect our natural resources.
This artistic endeavor is a collaboration between the University of Indianapolis and Riverview Apartments (developed by Strategic Capital Partners and Goodwill) through the City of Indianapolis’ Public Art for Neighborhoods Program administered by the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the Department of Metropolitan Development.
The “River Fish” sculpture unveiling will be at 2 p.m., Wednesday, November 13,
Featuring the work of theUniversity of Indianapolis Art & Design Faculty Nathan Foley and James Viewegh at the University of Indianapolis.
The event will be held at White River Trail, in the southeast corner of W. Michigan St. and N. White River Parkway W. Drive, in Indianapolis.
- Robert L. Manuel, University of Indianapolis president
- Jeff Bennett, City of Indianapolis Deputy Mayor for Community Development
- Will Zink, senior vice president of construction and development, Strategic Capital Partners
- Kent Kramer, president, and CEO, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana
- Julie Goodman, president, and CEO, Arts Council of Indianapolis
- Moira Carlstedt, president, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership