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Free art fair appeals to all ages and stages

My day job is located just east of Indianapolis in an area known as Fountain Square. It’s one of six cultural districts identified and promoted by the city. Since I began working there five years ago, Fountain Square has continued Read more >

Northern Indiana’s Art & Earth Trail: Grand Opening

Northern Indiana’s Art & Earth Trail has official opened to the public. The trail is actually a network for seven trail loops that display the unique heritage of seven of Northern Indiana’s counties. Elkhart County’s Heritage Trail has been around Read more >

Jamaica Farewell Showing in March at the Indianapolis Fringe Theatre

The Indianapolis Fringe Theatre is becoming the new place in Indianapolis to go for new theater productions. I’ve been to a re-interpretation of Richard III, They Call Me Mr. Fry, and Blunder Construction. From March 5 – 21, Debra Ehrhardt’s Read more >

Bigger Ideas, Smaller Indiana conference on Wednesday, June 24

Imagine what might happen in a room full of Indiana’s most passionate artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, community organizers, educators, spiritual leaders, politicians, activists and communicators. Imagine this group spending an entire afternoon together. . . sharing a common experience, engaging in Read more >

Pennsy Trail Art Fair – Greenfield, IN (Hancock County)

The Pennsy Trail Art Fair and Bluegrass Festival in Greenfield (Hancock County) is a local effort designed to “link the arts, the local community, and social service needs” in the Hancock County area. June 27th, 2009 will be the 7th Read more >

The Bloomington Theatre Scene

Bloomington (Monroe County) is home to one of the state’s best, hardest-working theatre groups, the Bloomington Playwrights Project. In addition to their regular schedule of edgy, non-traditional plays (so edgy, I couldn’t even list the name of the latest play Read more >