Get Your Wheels Turning: Five events from our November festival on JOURNEY that are bound to make you think. 
1. Out of Chaos, Hope
Saturday, November 8, 1:00-3:30 PM

Free admission


An exploration of the public health crises of gun violence in our community through a documentary, spoken word art, data maps, and a panel conversation that you won't want to miss. Read more...

2. Magic #8 Bus

Saturday, November 8, 1:30-4:30 PM

Free admission 


A photo exhibit and discussion explore changing perceptions about mass transit on the Eastside of Indianapolis. Read more...

3. Faith to Freedom: 
The Underground Railroad 

Saturday, November 8, 2:00-4:00 PM

Free admission 

Have a look at the role of the arts in overcoming slavery past and present with local and national leaders, including Rev. Dr. Clarence Newsome, CEO of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Read more...
4. Debating Our Progress

Saturday, November 8, 3:00-6:00 PM

Free admission

Has Indianapolis become a city with more or less access and opportunity for our citizens? Debate teams, public discussion, and group visioning examine this powerful question and map the progress, or digression, of access and opportunity in Indianapolis. Read more...

5. Love Starts Here

Saturday, November 8, 7:00-8:30 PM

Free admission


 Listen and watch TWLOHA (To Write Love On Her Arms) representatives and local youth use performance and conversation to explore the mental health challenges facing LGBT youth. Read more...

From Our Blog:
My Journey
Brett M. Wiscons

Ever since I was sixteen, way back in 1996, I wanted to be a musician.My love for music really was born in my bedroom. I'd spend innumerable hours with the door closed while I listened to tunes by the Doors, Eagles, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Beach Boys. You know, the good stuff. I fantasized about being on a stage in not only the USA, but also in foreign countries. All I wanted to figure out was a way to make music my career. Read more... 

Fall Festival Season is Officially Here!
With the start of September, comes the start of the Indianapolis Fall Festival season. So get your calenders ready, because the 2014 season has kicked off in full force!

Sept 11-20: Indy Jazz Fest, this fifteenth celebration of Jazz in Indianapolis includes over 50 showings of national and regional Jazz bands at venues all around the city.

Sept 12-13:St. Georges Festival, previously known as the Middle Eastern Festival, is back after a one year hiatus and ready to celebrate in a brand new church. P.S., they have hot air balloon rides this year!

Sept 12-13: Oranje 2014, this contemporary art and music festival takes full advantage of the night and is perfect for Indy's night crawlers.

Sept 12-14: Indy Irish Fest , this year marks the 19th anniversary of this three day celebration of Irish heritage.

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