Elaine Eckhart, now retiring from her position as executive director of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, has played a significant part throughout the ICO’s 36-year history.
Writer Beer & Society
There is nothing that cannot be discussed and worked out over a beer. Join me as I explore local beer, breweries and how they can civilize us.
Zoom, in my word-definition memory, is connected with aviation, as a loud, low register hum of a short-term maneuver when the airplane begins its amped-up trajectory into flight.
It’s a mixed bag of mailbox notices with even more innovative ways to deliver arts, culture, humanities programming for stay at home, alongside “we’re opening” notices.
“Looking for another useful shut-in activity?” writes Daniels. “How about one that helps your child while addressing a serious national shortcoming, the sorry ineptness of young Americans at writing the English language.”
I was called to do poetry because, with it, I can do with language things that I had never seen language do.
‘Giving Tuesday’ reports show an essential truth: When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Arts, culture, humanities and sports organizations re-invented their usual systems of delivery and turned live performance, exhibition, lecture, conversation, exploration— into virtual hands-on, participatory and joyful moments.
Catalyst frames a portrait of collective humanity for each of us to find our likenesses, rendered within a profile of the human condition.