Also this week

August 3, 2011

Experimental flicks, foreign sitcoms and more cinematic oddities will be screened at the Indianapolis Museum of Art as part of Film Shorts from Wholphin, Aug. 4. Details here. On Aug. 6, about 40 films, each created in a short time here in Indy, are screened as part of The 48 Hour Film Project. Details here.

At the Madame Walker Theatre, Iibada Dance Company presents “Broadway in Black,” featuring excerpts from 18 Broadway shows over three days, including work by “So You Think You Can Dance” choreographer Jeffrey Page. Details here.

Galleries throughout downtown open their doors for First Friday activity Aug. 4. Print out a map here.

The Decembrists visit The Lawn at White River State Park Aug. 5. Details here. And there’s not a lot of time to clean up before My Morning Jacket takes the same stage Aug. 7. Details here.

Vocalist Kate Lamont gives an Aug. 5 show at Radio Radio. Details here.

It’s Josh Turner’s turn to perform at Hoosier Park Aug. 5. Details here.

Journey teams up with Foreigner and Night Ranger at Verizon Wireless Music Center Aug. 6. Details here.

Dave Koz comes to the Murat Theatre Aug. 6. Details here.

Michael Cavanaugh joins the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for a celebration of the music of Billy Joel and Elton John Aug. 5-6. Details here.