Get your event applications turned in!
Get those creative juices flowing!

Spirit & Place is now accepting event applications for its 19th annual festival! The festival will explore "JOURNEY" through performances, exhibits, workshops, panel discussions and programs that bring together diverse ideas and people, and evoke personal and community change.


We're eagerly awaiting your applications to learn about your stunning program ideas!


Read our application guidelines and don't forget to submit them before 5 PM on Friday, March 7.


Questions? Shoot an email to Jennifer Gilles or call

(317) 278-3623.

An Evening with Donald Davidson
March 11, 2014 at 6:00 PM in the Indiana Landmarks Center, Indianapolis  

Join historian Donald Davidson as he shares his knowledge of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, discusses up-coming events planned by the Indiana Automotive Historical Society, and shows never before screened home movies of past Indy500s!


The event is FREE but R.S.V.P. is requested.

Indy Walks
As the snow melts and the sun comes out, join Indianapolis Hoosiers as they walk for a good cause!

March 8: Homeward Bound Walk, a walk to provide housing and fight homelessness in Indiana.

March 15: Shamrock Run and Walk, a St Patrick's day walk to encourage Hoosiers to stay active.

March 22: MDA Muscle Walk, a walk to honor adults and children with any of the 40 MDA muscle diseases.
Meet in the Middle 
What if you and a friend calculated the middle point between where you live, scheduled to meet there on a certain date, and didn't talk to each other until that time? What would your journey be like?
That's the question The Art Assignment aims to find out with their new series Meet in the Middle. 
The rules of the journey are:
  1. Pick a friend and calculate your halfway point
  2. Decide on a date and time to meet, and don't talk until that time
  3. Document your journey
  4. Share your work online using #THEARTASSIGNMENT
Your work may be featured in a future Meet in the Middle Episode!
Douglas Paulson and Christopher Robbins's middle point was in the Czech Republic.
Where will your journey to Meet in the Middle lead you? 
Where are they now?

A look at what past festival partners have been up to. 


In our 2013 RISK Festival, The Kinsey Institute partnered on the prize finalist event; Touchy Subjects: Art, Sex, and Humor. Today, the Institute continues its 'journey' to expand knowledge of sexual health in Indiana through a series of art exhibits. Its current exhibit, Beauty and the Beast: The Erotic Art of Ian Hornak, explores the groundbreaking work of Ian Hornak in the 1960's. 


If you are one of our past partners, email us with any updates on your progress since RISK!   

Do you have a love affair with
your commute?

Commuter Connect recently had a fun contest where they asked the community to submit their love at first ride stories for a chance to win prizes. Their website now stocks wonderful journey stories that you'll be pleased to read! 
Do you have a fascinating journey story? 

Have you traveled to international destinations and had an enriching cultural experience? or have you been on a road trip that turned out to be the most fun vacation for your family? We know you have beautiful memories of your expeditions and we invite you to share those personal experiences on our blog!

Read over our Guest Blogging Requirements and share you journey story with us! Email Deeksha Kapoor with any questions.
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