American Graffiti | Sold out!

Film begins at dusk.

American Graffiti, 1973 © Universal Pictures

(1973, dir. George Lucas, 110 mins, PG)
Before Star Wars and Indiana Jones, George Lucas wrote a coming of age screenplay about Curt and Steve, best friends and new high school graduates who spend one last night together before leaving for college. Curt (Richard Dreyfuss) is having reservations about leaving the town he grew up in, while Steve (Ron Howard) can’t wait to get to college. Along with two of their friends, Curt and Steve embark on a night filled with drag racing, drive-ins and a sock-hop. Harrison Ford and Suzanne Somers also appear in the Oscar-nominated film.

We are throwing it back to the 1950s for an evening of music and interactive games.

Tickets can be purchased at the Welcome Center on Floor 1. The Welcome Desk and Box Office will open at 6 pm for ticket sales and will call on the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The museum galleries close at 5 pm.

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Tickets are $6 for IMA members and $10 for the public. Show your ATM, Debit, or Credit card from The National Bank of Indianapolis and receive $1 off admission.

$10 - Public Ticket
$6 - Member Ticket
Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN