The Indiana State Museum is known for its iconic bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson, but its current president, John Cash, has been more visible in recent years as a cultural ambassador.
And as the museum has expanded its footprint to include its new permanent collection of rare and antique items, it’s been receiving more and more visitors to the site.
The Indiana Museum of Art, a former theater, has also been gaining attention.
As of January 2018, more than half of Indiana’s population had visited the museum.
It has been a favorite destination for the state’s most active and active citizens, including the state and the city of Indianapolis.
The museum is home to a variety of objects, including rare books, manuscripts, and paintings.
The collection has become a magnet for visitors from around the world.
Cash is currently serving as honorary director of the museum, a position he holds from July 2018 through October 2020.
He has made several trips to museums around the country and traveled to Europe, Japan, and Australia to promote his collection.
In September 2018, he made his first trip to Europe.
He also traveled to Italy and Spain in October to promote the museum’s collection.
Here are some of his best visits to museums, museums, and museums: August 2018: Japan, Italy, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, France, Belgium and Portugal visit the Indiana State Historical Museum, Indiana, to visit artifacts from the state.
Cash was in attendance for a ceremony on May 18 to mark the museum opening.
September 2018: Indiana State Archives and Records Commission, Indiana visit the museum to tour the collection of artifacts.
October 2018: Museum visitors watch as a collection of historical items from the museum is displayed.
November 2018: The Indiana Historical Museum presents an interactive exhibition, “The Art of The State of Indiana,” in the museum exhibits.
The exhibition features an exhibit titled “Museum Collections: Collection of Historical Artifacts.”
December 2018: Visitors explore the collection, which includes works by American and British authors.
January 2019: Indiana Historical Association hosts its annual State Museum Day, which brings together museums, educational institutions, civic organizations, and visitors to share and learn about Indiana’s rich history.
February 2019: An interactive exhibit titled, “Indiana: The State That Built,” displays a collection from the Indiana Historical Foundation.
The exhibit includes items from Indiana’s early colonial period, the era of the United States, and the early years of the state after the Civil War.
March 2019: A new exhibition, Indiana: The Birth of a State, presents a collection titled “Indiana, A State in Transition.”
The exhibit explores how the state was founded, how it changed, and how it continues to evolve.
April 2019: The museum hosts its Annual State Holiday, which commemorates the start of the Civil Wars.
This year’s exhibit features a large collection of state flags from the first two years of war.
May 2019: Visitors can view the artifacts from Indiana State Library’s collection of early American art and artifacts.
Indiana Public Library’s collections of Indiana history and artifacts is also on display at the museum and is currently available for purchase through the Indiana Public Museum website.
June 2019: Students from the State University of New York at Buffalo visit the State Museum for an interactive exhibit, “History of Indiana.”
The display features items from state archives, including Indiana Public Libraries collections.
July 2019: Indianapolis Public Library and Indiana Public Historical Society hold their annual “Miles on Indiana” festival, which highlights artifacts from state collections and the history of the area.
August 2019: Hoosier Museum visits the Indiana state museum to view the collection and museum exhibits for its collection of original artifacts and historical artifacts.
September 2019: State Historic Preservation Commission, which oversees the state museum, celebrates its 40th anniversary with an exhibit entitled “Indiana in History.”
The museum’s exhibit showcases objects and materials from the collection that were in use before the Civil Rights movement in the late 1950s and 1960s.
The display includes items in the collection from that time period.
October 2019: Public tours are offered at the Indiana Museum, which features tours starting at 9 a.m. on the second Wednesday of every month.
The tours provide visitors with a look inside the state archives and exhibit collections and learn more about the history and culture of the State of Texas, which is located just outside of Indianapolis, and features a collection in the state that dates back to the 17th century.
November 2019: Tour members receive a $50 gift certificate to purchase a “Mile on Indiana.”
December 2019: On October 1, Indiana celebrates the centennial of the nation’s first National Park Service ranger, George A. Carver.
He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, where he spent more than 50 years of his life.
In 2018, Indiana became the second state to open a national monument in the form of a national park.
Indiana’s other national monuments are at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Bears Ears National Monument