July 24th, 2013

Neighborhood Profile: Wholesale District

by Brian Staresnick

After graduating from Ball State University in 2008, I moved to New York City to work with an urban design/landscape architecture firm.  While New York City is one of the biggest cities in the world, it’s remarkable how each distinct neighborhood can make the city feel small. Each neighborhood has its own identity of parks, […]

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July 22nd, 2013

Final Indy 5×5 at the Harrison Center Sept. 6!

by Emily Vanest

If you have yet to make it to one of the Indy 5×5: Arts and Innovation Prize competitions, clear your schedule now for September 6, when the Harrison Center for the Arts hosts the final installment.  We as a city frequently have the opportunity to see a variety of national sporting events, our world-renowned symphony, […]

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July 12th, 2013

FoodCon and the City Gallery

by cgindy

This month the City Gallery was a happy participant in FoodCon IV, the Harrison Center’s unconventional convention celebrating the art and culture of food in Indiana.  July 5-26, the gallery features Ben Madeska‘s meat paintings (with a few fruits and vegetables thrown in for good measure).  In keeping with the theme, Handsel Farms,  located in Kingman, […]

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July 1st, 2013

Close to Home

by Emily Vanest

Properly speaking, global thinking is not possible… Look at one of those photographs of half the earth taken from outer space, and see if you recognize your neighborhood. The right local questions and answers will be the right global ones. The Amish question, what will this do to our community? tends toward the right answer […]

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