Constance Macy, the third artistic director in the 39-year history of the Phoenix Theatre Cultural Centre, said the small professional theater is seeking $6 million to reach solid financial footing.
Updated Eiteljorg galleries reframe the context of Native art
The $6 million upgrade of the Eiteljorg’ second floor exhibition space focuses on themes of Relation, Continuation and Innovation.Read More
Jules Muck, muralist who sparked controversy, returns to Indianapolis
Jules Muck, known for her “Muck Rock” tag, painted at the Indy Walls art center in Sacred Heart and at Fling Bungee Fitness in Noblesville.Read More
‘Babyface’ Edmonds comes home for Walker Theatre’s 95th anniversary
This weekend’s “welcome back” events at the Walker include Friday’s Babyface show, block parties on Saturday and Sunday, and celebrating the completion of $15 million in renovations.Read More
State tourism agency plans to ask for huge funding boost
Tourism officials are introducing a campaign they hope will set the stage for a significant funding increase from the General Assembly next year.Read More
A certified beer sommelier, or cicerone, Beers has studied the art of brewing for several years and strives to share her knowledge with the public and other beer enthusiasts—whether it’s over a pint or over the internet with her “Drinking with Beers” YouTube channel.
Janet Allen has served as artistic director of the Indiana Repertory Theatre at 140 W. Washington St. since 1996.
Since 2009, Indianapolis resident Faith Cohen has led a grassroots effort to prop up the most popular rock band in history.
Eight new episodes of “Music in Transit” will promote the under-construction Purple Line as well as Indiana musicians.
Another national headliner and seven Indiana artists have joined the All IN Festival roster, while the Indiana State Fair has added Trace Adkins and other acts to the free-concert lineup.
During the past 20 years, several local festivals have come and gone. But WonderRoad planners say it has a reasonable shot at selling its first-year goal of 15,000 tickets.
This year’s class of featured artists includes Chantel Massey, Shayla Renee Williams, Karome Walker and Marrialle Sellars.
The Indiana State Fair announced five concerts Wednesday, including appearances by country singer Carly Pearce and the Turtles.
Audience members at Hilbert Circle Theatre will hear Brahms’ Symphony No. 1, which debuted in 1876, fused with Radiohead’s “OK Computer” album from 1997.
Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts, known for its Palladium venue, unveiled 51 shows during a Monday night presentation for top supporters of the not-for-profit organization.
The auction, which brought in a total of nearly $15 million, featured numerous Nirvana-related items that were sold, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Colts’ Kicking The Stigma mental health awareness campaign.
Hirschman is returning to her roots as a classically trained pianist as the development leader at the American Pianists Association.
The museum’s annual meeting included the Indianapolis debut of the incoming CEO, the unveiling of what’s next for the Lume and an update on #BlackLivesMatter muralists.
Talent teams have already conducted auditions in Argentina, Mongolia, Ethiopia, France and the United States, with more than 1,000 performers applying to join a 50-city North American tour starting in September 2023, and international dates to follow.
New music festival will bring Portugal the Man, Lucinda Williams, The Four Tops and many more artists to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Labor Day weekend.
The museum’s latest exhibit spans 1960 to 1972, when car designs changed radically, international drivers made a big impression, and the race arrived on television sets across the United States.