A blossoming of the diverse Indy literary scene.
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Indy writer unpacks ‘The Hill We Climb’
A conversation about seeking peace and reconciliation.
The Indy native speaks on her work and its intended impact.
The outdoor event celebrated the freedom to read.
Khan has been working in art and poetry since moving to the United States for college, a practice she found as a way for her to connect with the immigrant experience, highlighting and referencing the places she comes from.
Manon Voice tackles many topics in her spoken word art including the women's suffrage movement, the life of Nina Simone, and the lessons of the book of Jonah among them. You can see her at the Indianapolis Artsgarden at lunchtime on Friday, Feb. 28.
Sandy Sasso continually seeks opportunities for connection; between art and religion; between her congregation and the city of Indianapolis.
Kevin Richardson, one of the 'Exonerated Five,' and local public figures came together to celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis' 33rd annual Start with Art luncheon focused on celebrating the depth and diversity already found in the Indy arts scene, and committed to making improvements going forward.