If you’ve driven past our 62nd and Keystone Ave. location in Indianapolis lately, you may have noticed a new piece of public art. William Denton Ray, the artist behind Whimsical Funk, designed and painted this mural in a style that is true to his name. The very whimsical, and especially funky, artwork is catching the
Indianapolis native, Barb Stahl, is a well-known fine artist and muralist. For more than twenty years she has been dotting the city with her artwork, large and small. You might recognize her work from the larger-than-life Pacers schedule wall just outside of Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. Recently, Barb created a mural that celebrates the rich history
The thought-inspiring and brightly colored mural at our Allisonville Road location was painted and created by Carl Leck, a well-known Indy muralist and artist. The project is part of a larger collaboration with the Arts Council of Indianapolis – the Every Part Matters Mural Project.
The mural at our location on 56th and Georgetown is a metaphor for the energy of movement inspired by the social fabric, textile technique and the multi-cultural diversity of the community surrounding the area. Created by Shamira Wilson Young, it expresses the interconnected nature of the community all while providing joy for both visitors and
The talented team at Blend Creative Minds added some extra flavor to a westside neighborhood with their mural at our 5444 W. 38th Street location. The project is part of a larger collaboration with the Arts Council of Indianapolis—the Every Part Matters mural project. The public project includes ten new murals by Indiana artists on
As a locally-owned business, we feel particularly invested in the success of our 400+ team members both on the job, and in their personal lives. In addition to technical training, we also provide life skills development such as credit counseling and financial management education through our unique training program—Growing People Through Work. To help
Unconventional Public Art Project Expands in Indiana Jiffy Lube grows their Every Part Matters mural project to include ten new projects in the next 18 months INDIANAPOLIS, IN (June 8, 2018) — In collaboration with the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Jiffy Lube of Indiana expands their Every Part Matters mural project to include ten new
Many people don’t realize just how many people Jiffy Lube of Indiana employs throughout the state of Indiana. More importantly, they probably don’t know how important training and developing those employees to have long-term careers is to our organization. That long-term development is just one of the reasons why our annual Managers Awards Banquet is
The third mural in the Every Part Matters community art project is now installed at the 82nd and Allisonville Jiffy Lube of Indiana location. The design, based on artwork from graphic novel, “Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me,” by Ellen Forney, aims to bring awareness to the challenges of mental health.
The community is invited to join Jiffy Lube of Indiana at Indy Reads Books, Wednesday, June 21, for a Mental Health Awareness Event. Seattle-based graphic novelist, Ellen Forney, will discuss her memoir “Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me.” A panel discussion will also include Kimberly Comer of NAMI Indiana and Dave Combs of the Department