FestivalBlogNews Room
Spirit & Place Festival 2013: RISK
Check out the program previews to get started on your 2013 festival itinerary!

Program Previews  


Public Safety: What's at RISK?

Local youth, police officers, judges, public defenders, faith leaders, and the general public will explore public safety issues through conversation and a performance by the A.C.T. Out Ensemble.


Moving Vision
Photo Credit:
Drew Endicott 
Explore parallels between the types of risks taken by dancers and people who are blind or visually-impaired during an evening of storytelling, dance, and moderated discussion.

Risky Conversations: Faith, HIV/AIDS, and Community 

Enjoy an ecumenical worship service and display of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, followed by conversations among those working with and impacted by HIV/AIDS.

Get Rubbed The Right Way 

Learn how clients and practitioners can honor one of the most intimate forms of physical and emotional healing: massage.

Climate RISKS: Envisioning a Clean Energy Future for Indianapolis

A scratch-off style lottery game sets the stage for discussing local environmental threats and learning about corrective tactics ranging from conservation to civil disobedience.

TEDx Indianapolis is just a week away! Got your tickets yet?


22 amazing speakers.

Infinite ideas to innovate Indy. 

A day of networking and inspiration.  


Spirit & Place Festival is a proud sponsor of:


Have you subscribed to our blog yet? 

Peru+Risk= Sabbatical 


By Alison Schumacher 



Leave our friends, family, comfortable existence and move to South America? Sure, why not? When do we leave? Read more. 

Calling All Festival Fans 


We are looking for volunteers to help us distribute festival information at each event. If you are interested click here. 

Join the conversation   


There is a lot of Twitter chatter taking place around our festival hashtag #SPIndy. Very soon we will be running promotional contests on Twitter. We invite you to join the conversation to win fun prizes and free tickets to our events!  

Join our festival's live-tweet team    


Are you interested in live tweeting during our festival events? Contact Deeksha Kapoor - kapoord@iupui.edu. 

Stay Connected
Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Visit our blog View our videos on YouTube
Did you like this newsletter?