Toxic Heritage

Collaborative research

Indy Toxic Heritage Exhibit

By on June 11, 2024

Explore how environmental harm and advocacy for justice are part of our citywide past, present, and future.

See the exhibit:

June 21-July 13, 2024
Broad Ripple Park Family Center
1426 Broad Ripple Ave.

Opening + Reception: Friday, June 21, 5-7pm
Meet some of the project team, enjoy some snacks, and be among the first to see the show!

The exhibit will travel to additional Indy Parks locations:

August: Pride Park
September: Riverside Park
More dates and details coming soon!

Interested in hosting Indy Toxic Heritage: Pollution, Place, and Power?

We are building out the traveling exhibit schedule for Fall 2024 and beyond. Contact Liz Kryder-Reid for details.

Indy Toxic Heritage: Pollution, Place, and Power was developed by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, Laura Holzman, Ben Clark, and Kay Hawthorne, in collaboration with the Kheprw Institute and Indy Parks and Recreation and in conversation with people across the city. This exhibit is part of the larger Indy Toxic Heritage research project.

Indy Toxic Heritage: Pollution Place and Power is generously funded by the Indiana University Center for Translating Research into Practice and Indiana Humanities.