March 27th, 2013

Realtor Recommendations

by cgindy

  Nottingham Realty Group “This was our very first home buying experience – so my wife and I came into the experience knowing next to nothing about the ins and outs of home buying.  It was important to us that we could learn about the process from an unbiased and knowledgeable source.  At the end […]

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March 26th, 2013

Herron High School students find their voices through art

by Emily Vanest

From left: “1:25 at D’Orsay,” Lucy Burton, Grade 10; “untitled, 2013,” Sam Schwindt, Grade 11; “Black Roses,” El Shaddai Wright, Grade 12 Tucked away in a lower corner of the Harrison Center for the Arts is the Hank and Dolly gallery.  I walked down on First Friday because I wanted to experience the whole show […]

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March 18th, 2013

Winter Tales

by Emily Vanest

Anne’s Sister, polyflex photographic print, Linda Adele Goodine The work of Linda Adele Goodine, one of our city’s most renowned artists, hangs in the Harrison Center gallery this month.  I was mesmerized by Goodine’s dreamy, large scale photographic prints, mostly wintry scenes featuring beautiful young girls, and immediately started perusing her other brilliantly colored collections. […]

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March 11th, 2013

City Stories in the Refuse

by Emily Vanest

I’m sitting at my new desk, sipping Calvin Fletcher coffee, surrounded by the work of some of my favorite artists.  I’ve spent years chasing my children around the halls of the Harrison Center for the Arts on First Fridays, poking into the studios of artists I know and love, whose work I have saved for […]

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March 7th, 2013

A Perfect Fit in Bates-Hendricks

by Emily Vanest

I first met Joanna Taft in the summer of 2000. My husband and I had just left jobs with the U.S. Embassy in Damascus, Syria, to move to Indianapolis for a new position at the Oaks Academy. We walked or took public transportation everywhere we needed to go in Damascus and assumed that we would live […]

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