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2010 Guidelines Available
Got a cool program idea for next year when we celebrate Food For Thought? The 2010 application guidelines are now available on our website. Applications are due March 5. Call festival director at 317-278-2644 to brainstorm.

Free Workshops!
Collaboration Workshop - RSVP
Thursday, January 14, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
IUPUI Campus Center, Rm. CE 305, 420 University Blvd.
Discover how to create, sustain, and enjoy effective collaborations. All participants will receive a free copy of Collaboration Handbook by Michael Winer and Karen Ray.

How to Create an Inspired Festival Event - RSVP
Friday, January 29 or Wednesday, February 3
8:30 - 10:30 a.m.

The Polis Center, 1200 Waterway Blvd.

Dig into the Food for Thought theme, explore ideas and partnerships, and learn how to craft a multifaceted experience for your audience. If you need, stay after the meeting for a short tutorial about how to use the online application form.

Both workshops are open to the public and will be led by Pam Blevins Hinkle, who has over 25 years experience leading nonprofit organizations and managing creative collaborations.

 
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Get Grants!
Program grants available from the Indiana Humanities Council for Food for Thought programs. First deadline is February 1. More info...
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IndyTalks
Keep the conversation going on Inspiring Places with IndyTalks, a new 2010 collaboration.
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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 CollegeSt. Paul's Episcopal Church
Hilton IndianapolisChristel DeHaan Family Foundation