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The festival has dozens of programs for the whole family...explore Egypt, enjoy bike rides, meet teens from other faith traditions, and explore the history and people of Indianapolis's fascinating places. Go to EVENTS and click ADVANCED SEARCH to sort by audience.

Festival Previews

The Man Who Flies with Birds: Soar across international borders as you explore bird migration and bird strike research in Israel and learn about Indiana's endangered and nongame bird species.

A Salon with May Wright Sewall:
Travel through time to meet one of Indianapolis's most inspiring women as she regales us with colorful tales of her life and the historic institutions she helped establish.

Celebrating Interfaith Spirituality with Families:  Reflect on the value of spirituality in the family and on the issue of world hunger in this musical and artistic celebration featuring the voices of children.

Exploring The Slave Ship:  Explore this place in our history and examine the horrific trade from ship owners to builders, captains to crews, enslaved to abolitionists, and compare to modern human trafficking.

2009 Festival
See what Inspiring Places means to local voices.
Don't miss the opening events at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, St. Luke's United Methodist Church, and WFYI.
The Lilly EndowmentAllen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation Inc.Trendy Minds

IUPUI      IU School of Liberal Arts     The Polis Center

Butler UniversityCentral Indiana Community FoundationUniversity of IndianapolisEli Lilly and Company

Indianapolis Museum of ArtSt. Luke's United Methodist ChurchWFYIIndianapolis Marion County Public Library
Christian Theological SeminaryFranklin CollegeHilton Indianapolis