One of the coolest places in Broad Ripple is the Indianapolis Art Center. The Indianapolis Art Center is one of the premier community art centers in the Midwest. It consists of the Marilyn K. Glick School of Art, a 40,000 square foot facility, designed by world-renowned architect Michael Graves, the Cultural Complex, and ARTSPARK. Integrated with the natural beauty of its site, the Indianapolis Art Center's twelve-acre campus is bordered by the White River. The School of Art houses 13 state-of-the-art Studios, a 224-seat auditorium, a library with a two-story atrium, a Studio Shop and gracious porticos. Also included on the campus is a riverfront deck and stage and sculpture gardens. The Cultural Complex houses the Fiber Studio and individual artist Studios for working artists.
And of course...there are a couple of caches on the property. The first one we found was called "Garden Pool Cube". As you can see from the pictures below...its not too hard to figure out why it was called that. It was a pretty easy find...even though it was a micro....and not actually on the Cube!!