An exhibit, featuring the work of Ball State students, faculty, and alumni from the College of Architecture and Planning is on display through mid-August at the at the Ball State Indianapolis Center (50 S. Meridian St.). The works highlights the economic development potential of proposed station areas along the planned light rail on the Nickel Plate Rail Line owned by the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority, from Noblesville to Union Station in downtown Indianapolis. Exhibit hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm.
On Friday, August 7th from 7 - 11 PM, Indy Cog, People for Urban Progress, Harnish Design, and Cardinal Cycles will be hosting an event at the Murphy Arts Building in Fountain Square to promote a bike messenger bag that is made from re-purposed material from the roof of the RCA/Hoosier Dome. There will be food, music, and entertainment; and it will be a great chance to connect with cyclists and the citizens of Indianapolis.