The Great Pumpkin Fling Thing
Watch as pumpkins are flung across the sky by catapults created by Ivy Tech students. Children of all ages can make their own miniature catapults and trebuchets and decorate their own pumpkins to join the pumpkin flinging fun.
Faith, Fasting, and Football
How does an Arab-American football team compete while fasting for Ramadan? Muslim teens in Detroit confront rivals on the field during this holy month and struggle for acceptance in post 9/11 America in the documentary Fordson: Faith, Fasting, Football. See the movie, listen to a discussion with players, coaches, and film directors, and take part in a Q&A.
The Wright Way to Play
Did you know Frank Lloyd Wright's famous architectural designs were inspired by the work of Friedrich Froebel, the creator of Kindergarten? Join a guest speaker and students and staff from The Orchard School as they explore and demonstrate the way simple shapes can be the building blocks for imagination and design.
Shadow puppets and Shakespeare? See A Midsummer Night's Dream as you've never seen it before...in the Balinese theater tradition, which brings music, movement, and spoken word together. Steeped in both theater traditions, this play is sure to be unpredictable and unforgettable.
Telling a Story through Dance
Do you sometimes feel you and your daughter are from different planets? Explore ways to communicate with each other through dance, drama, and storytelling. Daughters and mothers will split-up to get hands-on experience in creative communication, and then come back together to share stories.
An Evening with Amy Sedaris
Actress, author, and comedian Amy Sedaris chats with WFYI's "Art of the Matter" co-host, Travis DiNicola. Ask Ms. Sedaris your own questions during the Q&A and enjoy pre- and post-event performances by NoExit Performance, an adventurous Indy theater group.