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Writer Arts, Faith & Equity
Having lived and worked in Indy on and off since 1977, and currently living in Carmel, I've seen the city change a great deal. I love covering the arts in all its forms, and the places where the arts and broader cultural issues intersect.
An interview with IUPUI professor of anthropology Wendy Vogt
Living online during the pandemic.
Intro for ZOOM episode 1, 1972
Kelly Hayes, associate professor of religious studies at IUPUI, has been studying the Valley of the Dawn spiritual community since 2012.
Starting on the evening of April 21 and running for 24 hours, the high-tech, online music and art performance festival, featuring approximately 60 performers, will run the entire length of Earth Day (UTC).
Very few were wearing masks and no one was social distancing at this protest demanding that Governor Holcomb lift stay-at-home orders.
Looking for something fun and enlightening to do online this evening? Do you want to learn from Newfields' associate curator for American art, Kelli Morgan? Look no further.
Helping those in need gets harder when you can't just reach out and touch someone.
As mentioned in The New York Times on April 15, the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Instutute's project will include a searchable database that future researchers will use to explore the personal stories of the COVID-19 pandemic.