This fall, the Indiana Repertory Theatre launches its INclusion Series, a three-part program that celebrates diverse storytelling. First up is "And So We Walked: An Artist’s Journey Along the Trail of Tears." This one-woman show, created by Cherokee artist and activist DeLanna Studi, explores the universal desire to discover one’s roots while staying cognizant of historical inaccuracies.
You Are There 1915 opens September 21 the Indiana Historical Society. This also happens to be Smithsonian Museum Day which means you can go opening day, be one of the first to see this exhibit and get FREE admission.
Heartland Film presents the 2nd annual “Indy Shorts” International Film Festival from July 25th thru 28th. With over 100 shorts screening, Indy Shorts is the largest short film an Academy Award ®-qualifying film festival in the Midwest.
Hosted by Tomlinson Tap Room and the Indianapolis City Market on Saturday, Oct. 13, Ales for Adoptable Tails gives animal lovers a chance to indulge in great beer and food, while also saving some paws.
One of the nation’s largest and most popular sporting events, the “Classic” draws an average of 175,000 people from across the country annually to be a part of a very special Indy tradition. This year, the two historically black college football teams that will go head to head at Lucas Oil Stadium are Howard University and Bethune-Cookman University.
When Condé Nast Traveler said we’re one of ‘6 US Cities to Watch in 2017’, they were right. And keep watching, my fellow travelers, because 2018 will be nonstop fun.
Here’s a quick look at what I’m most excited about in 2018.
Running from Oct. 12-22, the 26th annual Heartland International Film Festival will feature a record 213 films from 104 countries, with $100,000 in cash prizes being awarded across multiple categories.
Not into candlelit dinners? Not to worry. When it comes to Valentine’s Day, Indianapolis is abuzz with different activities. Here are some nontraditional things you can to do celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Almost as much fun as watching a magic trick is watching the expressions on the faces of other audience members. That wide-eyed look of amazement from seeing something that defies logic and explanation is priceless. Expect to see that look a lot at the 2017 Indianapolis Winter Magic Festival at IndyFringe.
If you love the sounds of the season as much as I do, mark your calendar now for the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir’s Festival of Carols. Beginning December 4th with five performances throughout the month, you’ll be dazzled and delighted to hear and see this Christmas spectacular.
Everybody marches to the beat of their own drum. Isn’t it about time to make your rhythm real? Don’t miss PASIC - Percussive Arts Society International Convention - this November in Indy. Thousands of musicians will gather from November 9-12 for concerts, workshops, panels, presentations, master classes, labs, and more. On November 12, you are invited to Rhythm Discovery Day!