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Arts Editor Dan Grossman visits Rabble Coffee, Cat Head Press, Harrison Center, and Future Friends Holographic Magic Club for December art openings.

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Arts Editor Dan Grossman catches Saturday's performance by one of five artists competing for the prestigious Cole Porter Jazz Fellowship from the American Pianists Association.

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A tree lighting ceremony in West Carmel provokes arts editor Dan Grossman to wonder about the places where people choose to live.  

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It's been nearly a decade since Steve Paddack’s last solo exhibition, and a new show at Edington Gallery has us hoping it won't be another ten years until we see new work from him again.

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Mexican artists confront Trump's wall from Tijuana to the Tube Factory, including Laura Ortiz Vega’s whose current exhibit, No USA Return., uses Trump's words as her starting point.

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Word came on Nov. 7 that painter Lois Main Templeton has died at the age of 90. An important part of the Indianapolis art scene for decades, she will be missed by many.

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November's "surprise" performance, Gregory Hancock Dance revives Alice and Her Bizarre Adventures in Wonderland for two performances, Nov. 9. NUVO Contributor Lora Olive caught a dress rehearsal ahead of the show and shares her photos. 

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Having already had a busy 2018, Jackson will make his way to Black Circle Brewing Co. on Saturday, Nov. 10 for a stand-up performance.

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Word came on Nov. 7 that painter Lois Main Templeton has died at the age of 90. An important part of the Indianapolis art scene for decades, she will be missed by many.

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November's "surprise" performance, Gregory Hancock Dance revives Alice and Her Bizarre Adventures in Wonderland for two performances, Nov. 9. NUVO Contributor Lora Olive caught a dress rehearsal ahead of the show and shares her photos. 

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Having already had a busy 2018, Jackson will make his way to Black Circle Brewing Co. on Saturday, Nov. 10 for a stand-up performance.

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There is a distinctive affinity between ISO conductor Krzysztof Urbanski and pianist Jan Lisiecki, who have collaborated before: taking the tempo on the brisk side, they imparted coherency and completeness.

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Slated for Sunday, Nov. 4 at the White Rabbit Cabaret, Nasty Women Flip the House will bring together some of the Midwest’s funniest women for a showcase aimed at urging Hoosiers to vote.

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This First Friday, in addition to having the opportunity to check out a mind-boggling variety of art, you'll also be able to preview the Spirit & Place Festival and join a night parade.

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The annual award, now in its eighth year, is given to an Indianapolis Art Center faculty member who demonstrates excellence in teaching and community building

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It's easy to see why this production of Rocky Horror is a fan favorite. From beginning to end, it honors the classic versions by seamlessly, and innovatively, incorporating cinematic effects and live performance. It's also a stellar production on its own merit without the rich cultural history.

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Long-time NPR host Robert Siegel comes to Indianapolis as part of the Ann Katz Festival of Books at the JCC this week. Arts Editor Dan Grossman spoke with Siegel at length about his long career as co-host of All Things Considered

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Q Artistry brings 'Cabaret Poe' to the Phoenix Theatre this year. It's the 10th anniversary for the production; their first in the new venue.

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We talk with Kevin Powell and Anthony Radford about the Sons exhibition at Central Library and check out URBANSCREEN's Urban Light-Art Show, among many other activities during a weekend full-to-the-brim with arts.

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Assorted goblins, ghouls, and Freddy Kruegers are getting ready for you in haunted houses throughout the city, just as a smorgasbord of art openings debut on First Friday, Oct. 5. Here are a dozen we're hoping to catch.

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The comedian returns to Indy for a standup set at the Murat Theatre on Friday, Oct. 5. Before the show, we interviewed him about his love for Kurt Vonnegut, disgust for Mike Pence, and his overriding optimism about America.

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This weekend at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, you were able to see a ballet choreographed by the co-founder of the New York City Ballet—and the photos taken by its first photographer—under the same roof.