Festival Warm Ups
CHEW ON THIS: Moonshine and Morality
Gather in downtown watering holes for facilitated discussions on how Prohibition-era themes have modern parallels. Learn more.
Be sure to catch Ken Burns' latest documentary, "Prohibition," on October 2, 3, and 4 at 8 p.m. on WFYI, and check out the Indiana Historical Society's exhibit, "You Are There 1920: Busted! Prohibition Enforced."
Sin's Last Stand
After CHEW ON THIS, see members of three local burlesque troupes in a performance celebrating the roots of American burlesque and the shift in feminine mores created during Prohibition. Learn more.
Personal Stories Needed
How has decades of debate and regulation about sex and reproduction impacted you, your family, and/or public health? Share your personal stories here as part of I Knew You in the Womb, a festival event.
Almost Heaven - Written by an Indianapolis native, this heartwarming, and often funny play, offers a glimpse into the challenges of growing older.
The Body Extended: Change Perceptions, Change the World - How do we change perceptions about people with disabilities? A film and conversation will follow the journey of four Hoosiers.
From Gross Anatomy to Compassionate Care - Learn how donated cadavers transform the lives of medical students, as well as donor family members.
Being Fit in Body, Mind, and Spirit - Learn strategies for positive aging in three interactive sessions on how to stay physically active, intellectually alert, and socially engaged.
Athletes and Art - IUPUI athletes pose for Ivy Tech student-artists at the First Friday with Spirit & Place. See the resulting artwork in this exhibit.