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Meet the men who wrote Indiana's founding document.
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Staff members picked out their favorite things from the collection. See what they chose!
Summer may be ending, but you can be inspired by the Dunes anytime!
The fair may have ended, but you can satisfy any longings with a stop by our exhibit!
What kind of historical record are you leaving behind?
A behind-the-scenes glimpse at a very different You Are There
Historians and detectives have a lot in common.
All the parts and pieces are falling into place as the Exhibitions team gears up for the opening of You Are There 1913: A City Under Water.
Our newest You Are There opens in a month! Stay tuned for a weekly behind-the-scenes peek at what it takes to build a You Are There exhibit.
Exhibitions staff participates in membership events in Florida.
The Exhibition Design team shows how easy it is to transfer their designs to reclaimed wood for our upcoming exhibition, You Are There 1913: A City Under Water.
Before we print on the final material, paper copies help our team see a future exhibit to scale.
The Exhibition Design and Production team has a brand new space to develop and design future exhibits for the Indiana Experience.
The exhibitions research team has a lot to learn about the complexity of urban flooding as it gears up to design the upcoming You Are There 1913: A City Under Water.
You Are There 1955: Ending Polio Opens to the Public
We take a moment to thank our wonderful interns for all their hard work!
Exhibits team faces big challenge in its search for a seemingly everyday item.
Our guest blogger talks about her two-week internship odyssey.
The IHS exhibits team prepares to launch “You Are There 1968: Robert F. Kennedy Speaks,” but not without the help of many contributors to make it happen.
Exhibits staff tackle a daunting project to prepare for the upcoming You Are There experience.
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