The arts-focused Big Car Collaborative, birthed in Fountain Square in 2004 and most recently headquartered at Lafayette Square Mall, has found a permanent place to park on Indianapolis’ south side.
A creative method of expanding wine offerings and help give Louie’s a distinct flavor.
Scott Stulen admits much of what he’s doing as the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s first curator of audience experiences and performance isn’t what people expect from a cultural museum.
It’s a celebration of the sound Maestro Trevor helped create. At the same time, it looks ahead, with a focus entirely on 21st-century compositions.
Dancing Donut and Indy Tacos back 54th between Keystone and the Monon Trail more appetizing.
What should we expect if plans go through for the conversion and expansion of the former city hall and state museum into a 21c Museum Hotel? Judging from a recent trip to the flagship 21c in Louisville, the answer is: an expansive venue housing a mind-expanding array of 21st century work. Also, an anchor for the downtown art scene. Plus, a top-tier (and free) tourist attraction.
“Dirty Bomb” is the latest book of poetry by Mark Neely, who recently landed one of 36 NEA creative writing grants,
Stunning in its focus, understated in its design, “Art Meets News” at the Indiana State Museum showcases photos by Bill Foley.
Whether to join the union has always been a dilemma for regional actors, but in Indianapolis the decision is even more difficult as non-union professional theaters proliferate and offer plum roles to build experience.
The big chains, those mega-hotels that cater to business travelers during the week, are finally following suit of the budget, side-of-the-road properties and offering free Internet.