Yep, the Indianapolis Museum of Art is one of only two museums in the country (U.S.) to get this exhibit on Arts and Crafts, and how the movement spread and was adapted in various countries (England, the U.S., and Japan(!)). It really looks like a firstclass exhibit. It starts on Saturday (open on the first day to members only) and goes until the end of the year... kind of like another certain exhibit (*cough*LOTR*cough*) in town. So this would make a great doubleheader for any LOTR fans who are also interested in Arts and Crafts.
Does that include me? You betcha! My house was built in 1930 in the Arts and Crafts style (but a rather plain version of it, so don't get too excited - *G*), and I've loved the style since I first found out about it, living in the Midwest. Indy has an amazing number of houses built at that time and in that style, most of them around the area I live in. Ninq, I'm gathering you love this stuff, too, judging from several of your icons and the area you live in - *G*. For those of you not sure if you're familiar with Arts and Crafts, that includes Morris' work in England, Rennie MacKintosh's work in Scotland (Glasgow! I got to see his stuff!), the furniture of Stickley (Mission style furniture), and, perhaps most famously, the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Here's a link to a description of the exhibit: http://www.ima-art.org/featuredExhibitionVA.asp?SID=FECEBF5285AD40A7BB97D51AB2E7DFAE