Patriarchy and privilege have always played a part in the arts world, while brilliant work often goes overlooked or ignored altogether. By discussing equal representation in the arts, we examine how race, religion, gender, and class impact an artist’s path to success.
I’ve always believed that if you’re going to preach tolerance to others, you should remember it’s a two-way street with multiple lanes. That lesson was apparently lost of some of the organizers and supporters of this weekend’s Indy Pride march in downtown Indianapolis. (Continued)
A federal community development initiative that was conceived in the early days of the Trump administration was discussed at Kheprw Institute (KI) on Feb. 24., and was met by the audience with both curiosity and skepticism. (Continued)
Center will spearhead a second theater festival in Monon 16 Neighborhood (Continued)
If there’s one time this year to think about health insurance, it should be now, because we are currently in the open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which lasts until Dec. 15, 2017. (Continued)
Day-long programming aims to give Near Northside neighborhood a voice in its development (Continued)
KI has its fingers in many pies, including community gardening, aquaponics, the creation of colorful Express Yourself Rain Barrels, and various support mechanisms for local artists, just for starters. (Continued)
Last Friday (the last Friday before First Friday) was a magnificent night to be out enjoying the art scene, but there was too much good art out there to restrict oneself just to one venue, however large (or small). (Continued)