October 27th, 2016

Storytelling and Minimalist Living in Kennedy-King

by Amy Sheldrake Eddy

“In this difficult day, in this difficult time for the United States, it’s perhaps well to ask what kind of a nation we are and what direction we want to move in. . . .What we need in the United States is not division; what we need in the United States is not hatred; what […]

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October 25th, 2016

City Suppers in Chatham Arch

by cgindy

On Sunday, October 16, we invited you to gather in your homes with friends and neighbors over a shared meal and to share ideas of what “home” means to you. In the coming weeks, we’ll be posting some of your photos and stories. This one is from Mary VanHoy, who organized a supper for her Chatham […]

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October 20th, 2016

Book Club Meets City Supper

by cgindy

Last Sunday, we invited you to gather in your homes with friends and neighbors over a shared meal and to share ideas of what “home” means to you. In the coming weeks, we’ll be posting some of your photos and stories. Our first comes from Erin Kelley, who lives in Midtown: City Suppers happened to […]

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October 17th, 2016

The Hip Hoperetta Tour, Song by Song: Nobody’s Fool

by cgindy

This summer, we told you about our Hip Hoperetta Musical History Tours, when we set to music the history of the Herron High School campus and the Harrison Center for Arts. We’re taking you on the tour, song by song. Listen to the tale of May Wright Sewall, who helped found the Indianapolis Woman’s Club, the Indianapolis Propylaeum, the Art […]

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October 13th, 2016

The Hip Hoperetta Tour, Song by Song: John Herron

by cgindy

This summer, we told you about our Hip Hoperetta Musical History Tours, when we set to music the history of the Herron High School campus and the Harrison Center for Arts. Now, we’re taking you on the tour, song by song! Listen to the tale of John Herron, and how the John Herron Art Institute came to be. Next up: […]

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October 11th, 2016

The Hip Hoperetta Tour, Song by Song: The Introduction

by cgindy

This summer, we told you about our Hip Hoperetta Musical History Tours, when we set to music the history of the Herron High School campus and the Harrison Center for Arts. Now, we invite you to have a listen. We’ll start at the beginning, with the introduction to the Historic John Herron Art Institute. Enjoy, and stay tuned! Next […]

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October 6th, 2016

Soldiers and Sailors

by Pam Allee

Indy Evening, Jessica Green As part of our celebration of the Indiana Bicentennial, the City Gallery presents Soldiers and Sailors, a group show of work inspired by the Circle City’s iconic monument. Since its public dedication in 1902, Monument Circle has been an important gathering spot for celebrations, rallies, protests and more. As the work in […]

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October 4th, 2016

City Suppers Conversation Starters

by Isabelle Matthies, High School intern

Gather up your neighbors and prepare your cool-weather menu, because Sunday, October 16 marks the beginning of the 3rd Annual City Suppers! In partnership with Spirit & Place, the Harrison Center and City Gallery invites Indianapolis residents to participate in a community-building event, all from the comfort of your own home. Cook up a big […]

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