Our top five examples of how arts and culture drive economic development and quality of place in Indiana as demonstrated by statewide designated cultural districts.
A cultural district is a well-recognized, labeled, mixed-use area of a community in which high concentrations of cultural assets serve as the anchor. Cultural Districts seek to make Indiana stronger through the arts and culture and support community life and economic vitality.
Explore Indiana's Ten Cultural Districts
- Arts Village Brown County
- Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District (BEAD)
- Carmel Arts and Design District
- Columbus Arts & Entertainment District
- Madison Arts and Cultural District
- Nickel Plate District
- Noblesville Cultural Arts District
- NoCo Arts & Cultural District
- Terre Haute Arts & Cultural District
- Tippecanoe Arts and Cultural District