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We ask leaders of nonprofit arts organizations, community leaders, and scholars to give us their best definitions of the term—and we'd also like to know yours.

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While continuing the search a permanent new location, the temporary store at Circle Center Mall has plenty of Kurt Vonnegut swag to offer, as well as opportunities to reflect on the Indy-born author's work.  

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A bill pending in the Indiana legislature would provide a means for cultural arts districts to capture tax revenue in order to boost cultural and economic development.

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It’s the First Friday of the month and time to discover a whole new crop of local art and artists. As February is Black History Month, several venues host exhibitions in keeping with that important theme.

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Try as he might, reviewer Lou Harry sees little more here, arc-wise, than a schlumpy attention-hog guitarist who wants to rock, lies his way into a teaching gig, and scraps the school’s lesson plans to satisfy his own limitations.

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Dan stops by Tonya, an exhibition of video work by Kota Ezawa, showing the synthesis of video art and dance now on view at Herron School of Art & Design

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We interview Greg Sanders, artistic director of Indianapolis Men's Chorus about his production that channels Freddie Mercury, Green Day, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

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The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library has closed its space in the Emilie Building, but it is still very much a functioning organization. A temporary pop-up shop at Circle City Mall will open in early February.

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Longtime Arts Contributor Rita Kohn previews the arts events she’s most looking forward to in 2019 with everything from IMAX Atomic Movie Nights to the ISO's A Night in Paris