Dan Grossman

My areas of reporting and writing converge on my interest in arts, religious faith, and social equity, issues that are frequently intertwined in my reporting.

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I am pursuing stories at the intersection of arts, faith, and culture that explore issues of social equity.

My areas of reporting and writing converge on my interest in arts, religious faith, and social equity, issues that are frequently intertwined in my reporting.

The Arts Council of Indianapolis' 33rd annual Start with Art luncheon focused on celebrating the depth and diversity already found in the Indy arts scene, and committed to making improvements going forward.

The Indy-based artist is an alumnus of The Droops and the owner of Bootleg Sign Co. and is currently exhibiting her work at Cat Head Press.

It's summer and time to read some good books. What have you been reading lately? 

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As the museum continues to shift gears by implementing aspects of its master plan, Indiana Forest Alliance and Newfields come to an understanding on the creation of a pollinator meadow in 100 Acres Park.

Chicago Tribune Columnist Lori Waxman, who will review 30 Artists’ work over three days at Herron, talks about the need that artists have for reviews, and developments in the art world at large.

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