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More than a street

The Mass Ave Cultural Arts District is a nonprofit public benefit corporation founded by residents, cultural arts organizations, businesses and property owners. We are actively engaged in making the Mass Ave community even more vibrantly diverse, welcomingly inclusive, and sustainable. 

Mass Ave is Downtown Indy’s front porch.

All are welcome. Fun and festive is the mood year-round.  Mass Ave Indy is a great place today, and its  future as a vital urban experience and livable community is truly exciting. 


We envision a vibrant, thriving, connected and inclusive Mass Ave Cultural Arts District supported by an engaged community of neighborhoods, businesses, and cultural venues. That vision celebrates the authenticity of our history, heritage, and environment. It supports those who live, work, play, perform, create, and invest in our unique and diverse place within downtown Indianapolis.

Our mission is to support and enhance the Mass Ave community through initiatives focused on urban placemaking, historic preservation, walkability, arts, inclusiveness and equity, community celebrations, and advocacy.

who we are

Founded in late 2021, this group formed as it observed the fragility of Mass Ave during the pandemic and the potential to come away from it stronger, smarter, and more inclusive than before.

The group witnessed how the Mass Ave corridor reinvented itself to adapt and survive; and how the larger Indianapolis community valued Mass Ave as a safe and welcoming place. The Mass Ave Cultural Arts District was born to leverage the power of this collective identification with Mass Ave to reorganize the cultural district concept as a more expansive, inclusive and sustainable version of itself.


Meg Storrow
Volunteer/Acting Executive Director


Meg Storrow, President
Tracy Robertson, Vice President
Michael Rawlings, Treasurer
Marjorie Kienle, Secretary
Rob Corr
Amy Cunningham
Ryan Hickey
Ashish Kalgaonkar
Charlesfontaine Macon
Mick McDaniel
Craig Mince
Chris Mize
Candyce Offett
Ben Snyder


Paula Brooks
Mike Cunningham
Eric Gershman
Elizabeth Gore
Sarah Hempstead
Greg Henneke
Kim Irwin
John Kinsella
George Klein
Brian Payne
Mark Ruschman
Gavin Thomas
Joe Whitsett