|Indiana Arts Commission
100 N. Senate Avenue, Room N505
Indianapolis, IN 46204
|Phone (317) 232-1268
Fax (317) 232-5595
Relay IN (800) 743-3333
|Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is closed on weekend and state holidays.
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|Lewis C. Ricci
Programs and Services
Director of Programs
Artist and Community Services Manager
Arts Education and Accessibility Manager
Public Information & Grants Management
Grants, Research, and Information Technology Manager
|Rex Van Zant
Director of Marketing and Communications
Communications and Community Engagement Manager
The Indiana Arts Commission is located in Indiana Government Center North at 100 N. Senate Avenue, Room N505 in downtown Indianapolis. All of the following directions lead to Ohio Street via West Street. Senate Avenue is one block east of West Street. Access to Senate Avenue south of Ohio Street is restricted; therefore, visitors will need to utilize metered parking along Ohio Street or on Senate Avenue north of Ohio Street.
If arriving from east on I-70: merge onto I-65 north (exit 83B) and take Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street (exit 114) south, which becomes West Street. Turn left at Ohio Street.
If arriving from northeast on I-69: take I-465 south (exit 0) to I-70 west (exit 44) toward Indianapolis. Take I-65 north (exit 83B) toward Chicago. Take Martin Luther King Jr. Street (exit 114), which becomes West Street. Turn left at Ohio Street.
If arriving on I-65 from northwest: take Martin Luther King, Jr./IUPUI exit (114) to West Street, go south (straight ahead) to Ohio Street, turn left.
If arriving from west on I-70: take West Street (exit 79A), turn left onto Missouri Street (heading north), which becomes West Street. Turn right at Ohio Street.
If arriving from southeast on I-65: take I-70 west (exit 110B) to the West Street exit (79A). Turn right (heading north) at the fork onto West Street. Turn right at Ohio Street.
The Government Center does not allow weapons of any sort, including pepper spray and pocket knives. All packages are subject to search by x-ray. Once you enter and go through security, take the east elevators to the fifth floor.
The entrance on Robert Orr Dr. (between Government Center South & Government Center North) is fully accessible. Accessible restrooms are located on the first floor of the building.