Tube Factory is a hybrid between an art museum and community center. Tube Factory is open to everyone as a public place for culture, community, and creativity and features four contemporary art exhibition galleries as well as areas for people to get together. It’s also home base for Big Car Collaborative’s work across Indianapolis and elsewhere.
Tube Factory features rotating exhibits, interactive projects, space to hang out, a reference library and free books for teens and kids to take home, an outdoor gathering space, and more to find through exploring. Tube Factory is an independent, noncommercial, nonprofit, artist-run space not directly affiliated with religious, political, or governmental entities. We care strongly about our neighborhood, city, state, country, and planet.
Tube Factory artspace exhibitions are made possible by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Arts Council of Indianapolis, The Indiana Arts Commission, Herbert Simon Family Foundation, Efroymson Family Foundation, MHS Health Services, PNC Bank and Sun King Brewing.