The Healing ContinuesFri, Nov 16, 2018 7:00 PM - Sat, Nov 17, 2018 12:00 AM @ Healer
Healer proudly presents an evening of Healing. Allow the Healing process to continue and move through you, aided by the inimitable vibrations of:
Radar Gold – Indianapolis, IN
TEO – Indianapolis, IN
Tart (ex Von Bondies) – Detroit, MI
The Faux Derix – Indianapolis, IN
$5 at the door to compensate our Healing ambassadors
The Healing begins at 7PM, sonic Healing begins at 8PM
All Ages, beer and wine for those who have rounded the sun at least 21 times
Please no outside beverages
Tags: live music, art, Radar Gold, TEO, Tart, The Faux Derix, sonic healing, Healer
Greening the Statehouse 2018Sat, Nov 17, 2018 10:00 AM - Sat, Nov 17, 2018 4:00 PM @ Honeywell Center
Join HEC for our annual forum!Greening the Statehouse is Indiana’s largest annual gathering of environmental-minded Hoosiers. We are thrilled to announce that our event will be at a “destination” this year — the incredible Honeywell Center in Wabash, Indiana, near the banks of our great Wabash River! Join us for a day of education, advocacy, and networking – as well as a fully catered vegan/vegetarian lunch and light breakfast provided by the amazing staff at the Honeywell.More details will be coming soon! Check out our Facebook event here.
Tags: Greening the Statehouse, Hoosier Environmental Council
The Lost Knowledge of the Imagination with Gary LachmanSat, Nov 17, 2018 11:00 AM - Sat, Nov 17, 2018 12:30 PM @
This is it, folks! Have you ever wanted to take an in-depth, college-level style seminar with your favorite authors?
We are deeply honored to have Gary Lachman join the Nura faculty this semester for a 3-week virtual seminar, “The Lost Knowledge of the Imagination.”
Students receive assigned reading, a class syllabus, a private forum, and 3 live, 90 minute seminars with Gary Lachman hosted on Zoom Meetings on Saturday mornings. (Registration link: http://bit.ly/2PAytUA )
The desired outcome of this class is for students to integrate the imagination as a “way of knowing”:
–>An understanding of the imagination as a cognitive faculty.
–>An idea of the history of the imagination as a discipline in the western inner tradition.
–>Some idea of how the imagination can be used in their own lives and studies.
–>A broader idea of “knowledge” and “knowing” and how this complements our usual ideas about these.
–>An idea of why this important in general and in particular at this time.
It all starts Saturday, November 17th.
Learn more about the class schedule and register here: http://bit.ly/2PAytUA
Tags: 3-week virtual seminar, Gary Lachman, course, integrate the imagination as a “way of knowing”
Central Library Fall Fest 2018Sat, Nov 17, 2018 12:00 PM - Sat, Nov 17, 2018 4:00 PM @ Central Library
Individuals of all ages and families are invited for an afternoon of cultural entertainment that will include a presentation by Dr. Lonnie Johnson, founder and president of Johnson Research and Development Co. and inventor of the wildly popular Super Soaker water gun, who today focuses on inventions related to clean energy. The event also will feature winners of the teen Slammin’ Rhymes Challenge XIII, as well as a lineup of special entertainers. “Fall Fest 2018” is presented by The Indianapolis Public Library’s African American History Committee in support of the Center for Black Literature & Culture at Central Library. It is made possible by the Donna D. Talley Story Theatre Fund and Friends of the Library through gifts to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. Attendees also are encouraged to view the traveling exhibit from the Black Inventions Museum, “A Salute to Black Inventors & Scientists.” Also appearing will be the L.U.T.A.N. (Lift Up Tumbling and Nutrition, LLC) Stars; H.Y.P. (Hit Your Peak) fitness instructor “TJ”; rapper and poet Mr. Testimony; and the “Magic of Science” from Mobile Ed Productions.
Tags: Dr. Lonnie Johnson, African American History Committee, Center for Black Literature & Culture, Black Inventions Museum
Veg-Giving (a vegan Thanksgiving potluck)Sat, Nov 17, 2018 5:30 PM - Sat, Nov 17, 2018 8:00 PM @ First Friends Church
Join us for Indy Veg-Giving 2018!!! This is always one of our most popular meetups and the food is out of this world!
Bring your favorite vegan thanksgiving dish to share!
Please also bring a copy of the recipe or ingredient list, to include allergen information.
We will provide plates/bowls/silverware/etc but feel free to bring your own place setting if you would like to help reduce trash.
Drinks will be provided.
If you are unsure about what to bring, post questions or ideas here or on our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/IndyVeggie and we will be happy to help.
The event is family friendly, as well as a great way for your non-veg friends and relatives to experience the wonderful variety and unlimited possibilities of cruelty free Thanksgiving dishes.
Tags: cruelty free Thanksgiving, vegan, Indy Veggie Meetup Group
Healer: TranscendenceSat, Nov 17, 2018 7:00 PM - Sun, Nov 18, 2018 12:00 AM @ Healer
Healer: Transcendence, an evening of exploration, an eternity of development, a moment of insight, an epiphany to carry with you as a compass.
Brought to you by Healer, your Saturday night consists of music by:
El Bisonte Band (Louisville)
Mr. Clit and the Pink Cigarettes
Zap Black & the Sixth Century Future Recovery Group
Music + immersive art installations + psychedelic visions all for $5-10
All ages, beer + wine for those patrons 21 and up
No outside beverages
Music descends at 8PM
Tags: El Bisonte Band, Mr. Clit and the Pink Cigarettes, Zap Black & the Sixth Century Future Recovery Group, PRANK S., live music, art, Healer
Holiday Ornament Make and TakeSun, Nov 18, 2018 11:30 AM - Sun, Nov 18, 2018 3:30 PM @ The Church Within
Friends, Judy Hults needs your help. She’s a self-described hoarder of craft supplies, and it’s up to you to be part of her pastoral care team!
We will gather to create all kinds of Christmas ornaments, including Victorian Kissing Balls. There will also be supplies available to create feathered hair barrettes and much, much more. There will be a suggested donation for each piece you make. Drop in and stay only as long as you like. You’re not committing to 4 hours!
If you don’t have time to make, there will be ornaments Judy created with a suggested donation of $5.00 to $10.00 each. All donations will go straight to the church. Mostly, though, it will be a fun afternoon and you’ll be supporting a friend as she removes the crafting supplies from her garage. This is an act of service. Will you accept this unique challenge to create items to decorate our homes or to share with others?
If you have a glue gun and/or scissors, please bring them to the event.
Tags: create all kinds of Christmas ornaments, crafts, Christmas, The Church Within
Public Art and Ethics Seminar 6: Myths, Violence, and Public ArtMon, Nov 19, 2018 4:00 PM - Mon, Nov 19, 2018 6:00 PM @ IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute
Cities across the US are grappling with major transformations that expose the many tensions inherent to historical disparities in economics, education, safety, and political access brought on by inequalities based in race and class. Midwest cities have responded to these challenges with a variety of approaches. This seminar series is concerned with addressing one of them: the role of culture in reshaping cities – specifically through public art.
In the discourse and practice of urban design, public art has increasingly been seen as a key tool in redeveloping our cities – from making cities more livable and safe to encouraging economic development and educational achievement.
Using art as a tool to address urban design challenges goes by a variety of different names: creative placemaking, civic art, and tactical urbanism, to name a few. These approaches are fundamentally tied to ethical frameworks and notions of value.
Seminar meetings will discuss the intersections of ethics, public art, and urban design through shared readings, guest speakers, and conversation.
The Ethics, Values, and Practices of Public Art in Urban Contexts Seminar Series is supported by The Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society at Indiana University, the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute, and the Herron School of Art and Design.
Tags: US cities, disparities, the role of culture in reshaping cities, shared readings, guest speakers, and conversation
Central Indiana Beekeepers AssociationMon, Nov 19, 2018 6:30 PM - Mon, Nov 19, 2018 8:30 PM @ Holliday Park - Indy Parks and Recreation
Central Indiana Beekeepers Association
The Central Indiana Beekeepers Association (CIBA) communicates and shares beekeeping knowledge and trends in Marion and Hamilton counties. Membership and meetings are free and open to anyone, ages 16+. Learn more at www.indyurbanbeekeeping.org.
Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm: Sep. 17, Oct. 8, Nov. 19
Free! No registration required.
Tags: Central Indiana Beekeepers Association, Bees, Beekeeping, Holliday Park
Advocacy 101: The Power of Story and Relationship | Barter School IndyMon, Nov 19, 2018 6:30 PM - Mon, Nov 19, 2018 8:00 PM @ Rabble Coffee
Are you interested in advocating for change but don’t know where to begin? Are you unsure how to bring yourself and your perspective into the realm of public policy change? With a focus on how to affect congressional level decision-making, this class will give you some encouragement and a few take-away tools for advocacy around legislation you care about. This class has been repeated many times over the life of Barter School Indy, and the teacher, Lisa, has loved leading the class every time.
Teacher Bio: Lisa Marchal is an eastside resident who has worked in the realm of public policy advocacy for about a decade. In her spare time, she sings, travels, and checks out arts and restaurants. Oh, and she follows the band U2 around sometimes.
1-a box of tissues
2-a roll of paper towels
3-a ream of office paper
4-a pack of paper napkins
5-a pack of paper plates
6-VOLUNTEER (if you would like to be a class volunteer in lieu of a barter item please email us at barterschoolindy.com, subject line: “Class Volunteer”. First Come, First Serve. Thank you!)
Tags: Public Policy, Activisim, Advocacy, Workshop, Barter School Indy, Rabble Coffee
Shop to Support Strive!Tue, Nov 20, 2018 5:00 PM - Tue, Nov 20, 2018 8:00 PM @ Global Gifts
Make your holiday shopping count! Join us at Global Gifts on November 20th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm and 10% of your purchase will benefit STRIVE’s work in Indianapolis and Haiti. We’ll be on site to share more about our local and international efforts.
Global Gifts offers unique items from around the world, including jewelry, accessories, home goods, toys, and more; and, because all their products are fair trade, your purchases support fair pay, gender equality, and life-changing opportunities for artisans around the world.
Tags: Shop to Support Strive, benefit, shopping, Global Gifts, Fair Trade, jewelry, accessories, home goods, toys, and more, support Haiti
Record Store Day Black Friday at Indy CD & Vinyl!Fri, Nov 23, 2018 8:00 AM - Fri, Nov 23, 2018 8:00 PM @ Indy CD and Vinyl
It’s that time of year again…the time when you buy the gift of MUSIC for all the good people on your list! Join us at Indy CD & Vinyl for the annual Record Store Day Black Friday event at 8am on Friday November 23rd 2018!
We will have all the limited releases for #RSDBF18 ready to go when the doors open! Check out the awesome list of cool releases here: https://recordstoreday.com/SpecialReleases
THANK YOU for again making Indy CD & Vinyl the NUMBER ONE record store in Indianapolis!
We will, as always, have free coffee and snacks for everyone on Black Friday!
We will have a HUGE HUGE SALE, with bins of specially priced $1, $5, $10, $15, and $20 new LPs all day. Advertising flats and bins of posters $1 and $5 each all day (as marked).
Check out the new pocket synths we carry from teenage engineering from Sweden!
Check out our NEW T-SHIRT DESIGNS! Three new designs printed by PRN Graphics!
Check out our NEW INDY CD & VINYL STICKER DESIGNS from local designers Aaron Scamihorn, Amy McAdams Gonzales, Audrey Patten, Brock Forrer and Ross Shafer!
FREE GIFTS and GIVEAWAYS! The first few people through the door will get awesome goodie bags! Also, the first 10 to spend over $150 each will also get incredible goodie bags!
FREE CONCERT TICKETS from our friends at The Vogue and The Hi-Fi!
More fun than a barrel of monkeys with fun machines!
BLACK FRIDAY at INDY CD & VINYL
Friday November 23 2018 8a-8p
806 Broad Ripple Ave, Indpls, IN 46220
Open to everyone!
Tags: Record Store Day, Black Friday, Indy CD & Vinyl!
Small Business SaturdaySat, Nov 24, 2018 7:00 AM - Sat, Nov 24, 2018 8:00 PM @ Monon Coffee Company
It’s our favorite time of year and offering some great gift ideas for the coffee and tea lover in your life.
Stay tuned for more details.
Tags: Small Business Saturday, Monon Coffee Company
Women & Minority Small Business Saturday MarketSat, Nov 24, 2018 10:00 AM - Sat, Nov 24, 2018 4:00 PM @ Old National Centre
Small Business Saturday market showcasing over 70 local Women & Minority business owners
AND… THE VENDOR LIST KEEPS GROWING! THIS EVENT WILL BE BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER!!!
BEAUTY BY SHARMEN
LOCLUV BY KITA
ART BY SHAE LEWIS
LOMAX SIGNATURE COLLECTIONS
FRIENDLY FASHION BOUTIQ
TOTALLY TUPPERWARE BY MONAE
BY NATURAL DESIGN SKIN HAIR NAILS LLC
ITS ON YOU JEWELRY
PLUS 1 BOUTIQUE
JAZZY CLASSY 5 JEWELRY/PAPARAZZI
STRENGTH IN OM
PEPPERMINT PUBLISHING LLC
SIP & SHARE INC
LUSCIOUS LIPS BY JESS AND THERESA/SENEGENCE
SOUTHERN GIRL SKINCARE
AHMORE’S HEAVENLY TREATS
THE CORK & BARREL
JEWELZ BY LADYKUPCAKES
JAZZIE RARE BOUTIQUE
HEAVENLY VISIONS MINISTRY
Tags: Women & Minority business owners, Small Business Saturday, market
Indy Art MartSat, Nov 24, 2018 10:00 AM - Sat, Nov 24, 2018 5:00 PM @ Indiana City Brewing Company
Indy Art Mart is an art fair that will feature over 30 top Hoosier artists offering their creations to the public at a special Small Business Saturday event hosted by Indiana City Brewing and sponsored by Union Jack Pub Broad Ripple.
Artists are often the sole proprietors of their work and art fairs have traditionally been excellent opportunities for members of the arts community to leverage a collective retail experience in support of one another. Indy Art Mart is a collaborative celebration of Hoosier artists, entrepreneurship and community that will bring exposure to Indy’s vibrant arts culture.
Indy Artist and slated participant, Mallory Hodgkin said, “I’ve participated in Small Business Saturday events before and they helped me find new fans of my artwork. I’ve also experienced a domino effect that lead to future commissions and visits to my online store!”
Corresponding with the art fair, Indiana City Brewing Company will be offering special, one-day only craft brews to celebrate Small Business Saturday. Local musicians will play throughout the day and Union Jack Pub Broad Ripple food truck will be on site to provide local fare.
Indy Art Mart is a free public event open to all ages. It will take place from 10am-5pm on November 24th, 2018. Learn more about the fair at indyartmart.com.
Artists interested in vending should contact Amanda Keller ([email protected]) by 10/13/2018.
Tags: art fair, Indiana City Brewing Company, small business, artisan, market, hand-crafted, local, live music, Union Jack Pub
Building Blocks for Starting a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit OrganizationSat, Nov 24, 2018 10:30 AM - Sat, Nov 24, 2018 3:30 PM @ Central Library
Make sure you have the groundwork that must be in place before your new nonprofit organization can thrive. Learn the characteristics of effective nonprofits and assess whether yours is ready for foundation fundraising. This workshop walks you through the steps to defining your mission, obtaining incorporation and nonprofit status and building an effective board. Attendees are encouraged to bring a sack lunch as there are few lunch options close by and time is limited. This workshop is designed for those seeking to establish a new nonprofit organization.
Made possible by The Emily Fund and Friends of the Library through gifts to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation
Tags: nonprofit organization, training, fundraising, workshop, Indianapolis Public Library
Small Business Saturday at CCICSat, Nov 24, 2018 12:00 PM - Sat, Nov 24, 2018 4:00 PM @ Circle City Industrial Complex
Small Business Saturday
with the Circle City Industrial Complex Artists
Circle City Industrial Complex offers the most artist-dedicated space in Indianapolis and has become a destination for art appreciators and supporters of local work. CCIC Artists First Friday and +Saturday programming is a must-see stop, while events and viewable hours continue throughout the month. It only made sense to many of the artists to have their studios and galleries open for Small Business Saturday, a day when so many chose to shop local right before the holidays.
The Main Entrance of the building (identified by its black marble façade) provides easy access to both the South Studios and the North Studios (with a wheelchair accessible ramp and elevator). Maps of the building are also available in several locations to help visitors find all that the building has to offer.
For more listings and event updates please visit https://ccicindyartists.wordpress.com, or the CCIC Artists Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ccicartists
Mixed-media artist, illustrator and graphic designer Shelby Alexander will be premiering her new space at the CCIC. A Notre Dame grad who also studied fashion at the Pratt Institute in NYC, Alexander works primarily with secondhand textiles to explore the ecological effects of fast fashion as the second largest polluter in the world. She will also feature her most recent body of large-scale mixed-media work. Shelby Alexander is located in Studio 42 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Arts & Images by Anthony Armstrong
Anthony Armstrong is a self-taught abstract painter and photographer. While displaying mostly in monochrome, Armstrong’s photography captures the culture of the people and places as he’s traveled both domestically and internationally. “The absence of color often helps the viewer see the texture and life of a photograph,” said Armstrong. He also stretches his creative limbs into the world of mixed-media paintings, using abstract as his primary form of expression but also exploring minimalism, contemporary, and modern art. Anthony Armstrong is located in Studio B11 of the South Studios.
Painter Roberta Avidor returns to her birthplace of Indianapolis after spending time in Michigan, New York City (Parsons School of Design), and the Twin Cities, offering regional explorations in oil and watercolor paints for her premiere at the CCIC. “My paintings celebrate the city and the places where people gather,” said Avidor. “My deep interest in urban design and dynamics fuel my desire to portray this vitality. I like to focus on the positive elements that connect us all.” Roberta Avidor is located in Studio 34 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Beatrice Waker Books
Beatrice Waker Books offers hand-books created by Tara Gentile. A graduate of Hanover College, Gentile studied 19th Century English Literature, and has developed a love for leather bound books. She uses repurposed leather, and no two books are ever the same. Beatrice Waker Books shares a space with collage artist Sivavis, in S36 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Marilyn Gatin, scientist and artist, presents “Mourning,” portraits of non-existent faces created from recycled electronic waste. Her work was created to mourn and memorialize the loss of dear loved ones, as art-assisted mourning has helped Gatin through loss. The Co-Lab is located in S24 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Daily Epiphany Studio
Michele Burns and Kurt Kriese will share the evening in Studio B17. Kriese will show landscapes, large abstract paintings, and stained glass, while Burns will feature new “Nightlight Art,” photoluminescent paintings and mobiles painted with her own photoluminescent paint recipe that retains its glow all night long. Daily Epiphany Studio B17 is located in the South Studios. https://www.instagram.com/daily_epiphany_studios_
Full Circle Nine Gallery
“Put Some Glass On It—A Reclamation by the Versatility of Glass,” by mosaic artist Nicole Staab, will be the featured at FC9. “Just as there is versatility in glass, there is use and new purpose for items unfortunately destined for a trash pile,” said Nicole Staab. “By combining various mediums with something as beautiful as stained glass, I am able to convert otherwise discarded items into something new, beautiful, and inspiring. Full Circle Nine Gallery is located in the South Studios, in B21.
Premiering for November, Indy Artsy will unveil a new gallery space, featuring long-time artist Katrina J. Murray, and her show “Handle Me With Care,” a title derived from the Traveling Wilburys soundtrack. Murray will present an extension of her collage works on paper, including an exploration of ceramic work as an extension of collage. She assembles biomorphic ceramic pieces to form larger sculpture. “In my art practice, I enjoy the play of moving from one media to the next,” explains Murray. “Forcing the mind to think two dimensionally then three dimensionally and back again. Working with similar color, pattern and form in all three media. Discovering endless outcomes within the self-imposed parameters.” Indy Artsy will also show ceramic pieces by owner Julie Edwards, as well as a variety of handcrafted items from local artists. Indy Artsy is located on the first floor of the North Studios.
Todd Matus presents a collection of his own work as a well-travelled photographer. The Litmus Gallery is located on the second floor of the North Studios.
Nancy Lee Designs
Nancy Lee continues her “A Sparkling Diamond Celebration: Ten Years at the Circle City Industrial Complex,” an anniversary collection. by Nancy Lee, will premiere. While the traditional 10th anniversary metal is tin, diamond jewelry is also a favored gift. Nancy Lee’s anniversary show focuses primarily on rings and earrings set with black and white gemstones. Lee will have faceted and raw diamond pieces, along with gems like white sapphire and moonstone—which is a favorite—black spinel, and some very nice cubic zirconia, at a variety of price points. Nancy Lee Designs is located in Suite C4 on the first floor of the North Studios.
Anastasia Maroney is a contemporary abstract painter educated at Indiana University and the University of Tennessee and will be showing current work and from within the previous year that focus on the use of color and texture, as part of her premiere at the CCIC. Her work is predominantly biographical in nature, and stands as a reflection of her Christian beliefs. “It is about connecting to the aesthetic beauty in the world, and to my soul, to my spirit, and God,” said Maroney. Always seeking to make the invisible visible, she reveals emotion, relationships, or beliefs through abstract representations in color, texture, and pattern. “While my techniques or media may change and evolve as my ideas mature, the principles of pattern and repetition are generally prevalent throughout my work, since life, on its most basic level, repeats itself.” Anastasia Maroney is located in Studio S27 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Katrina J. Murray Studio and Gallery
Educated at the Herron School of Art and Design and Ivy Tech Katrina Murray studied art history in Italy and lived for a time in Germany. A native of Brown County, Indiana, Murray now makes her home in Indianapolis and has held a longtime studio at the CCIC. She sustained a concussion from an auto accident in 2015, the recovery from which changed her art from painting-based to collage-based. Now, as the artist-in-residence at the nearby Indy Artsy, Murray will show some of her work in her studio but will have an expanded presentation at Indy Artsy. Katrina J. Murray Studio and Gallery is located on the second floor of the North Studios.
Shaun M. Niles Gallery & Studios
Photographer Shaun M. Niles opens his new gallery and studio space at the CCIC. “Opening a gallery has been a long time goal of mine, and I was fortunate enough to secure a space in the new studios at the CCIC,” said Niles. “The gallery will primarily be a venue for me to exhibit my work, and entertain all of you when it’s not busy doubling as a studio for me to work in.” He has plans for guest artists in the future and is excited to join the community. Shaun M. Niles Gallery & Studios is located in S26 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Amanda Noftsier is working on pieces for her application to atelier programs in Boston and Philadelphia. Visitors can expect to see still-life drawings and paintings in various stages along with a self -portrait and figure studies. She will have various animal paintings in Indy Artsy and is currently accepting holiday pet portrait commissions. Amanda Noftsier is located on the second floor of the North Studios.
New to the CCIC, Indianapolis-borne Sivavis is a self-taught analog collage artist, specializing in the surreal and bizarre. He will be showcasing a new selection of collages every month. Sivavis is located in S36 on the second floor of the North Studios.
Strung Handmade Décor
Rachel Ferguson will premiere geometric mountain artwork, along with a body of work fresh of a fall arts festival run. Ferguson creates her Strung work by combining nails and string along with hand-painted or cut wood shapes exploring the cosmos or views right here on Earth. Strung Handmade Décor is located on the second floor of the North Studios.
Weeds and Wonder
Lauren Reiner makes her return to Indianapolis, and premieres her 2D mixed media work, “What We Might,” at the CCIC. Reiner describes her art as ethereal, spiritual, and energetic. “I feel that it connects to a part of us that is beneath the surface, continually shaping and reforming, a part of us that is unattached to our social constructs,” said Reiner. She enjoys working with watercolor, acrylic, chalks, pencils, pens, and image transfers of her own photography, to explore the limits and range of each medium. An IU grad raised in Indianapolis, Reiner has a background in black and white photography and digital video, and also teaches creative classes and workshops that incorporate breathe work, movement, self-care, and intentional creative habit strategies. Her show will provide “glimpses of ever-changing layers of being and the space between where we are, and where we want to be.” Weeds and Wonder is located in S37 on the second floor of the North Studios.
About the Circle City Industrial Complex Artists
The Circle City Industrial Complex (CCIC) is a nearly half-million square foot industrial building, located at 1125 Brookside Ave., and was formerly home to the Schwitzer automotive company. Its industrial appeal remains and artists and artisans have made the space their home, carving cozy studio, work, and show spaces from the concrete and steel structure, and the CCIC Artists have grown in number to over 50 galleries, individual artists and artisans. The main artist entries are the North Studios entrance and the South Studios entrance, each marked with signage along Brookside Avenue. The CCIC provides free parking in a large lot, and is accessible by the Pogue’s Run Trail, connecting to the Monon Trail and the downtown Cultural Trail system. The complex also offers other art-supporting destinations such as the Centerpoint Brewery, Lick Ice Cream, and Ruckus Makerspace.
Tags: Small Business Saturday, Circle City Industrial Comples
Isabel Hundt | Mother, Author, EntrepreneurMon, Nov 26, 2018 6:00 PM - Mon, Nov 26, 2018 7:00 PM @ Rathskeller Restaurant
Isabel Hundt is a successful Inspirational Speaker, Founder of the #ISeeUMovement, Sociologist, certified Transformation Coach working with Highly Sensitive Visionaries and World Changers aka Empath-Warriors™, Emotions Clearing Practitioner, published Author of The Power of Faith-Driven Success and 2x Amazon Bestselling Co-Author.
Her expertise revolves around navigating your emotional world, the power of intuition and the importance of trust and perseverance in today’s society. Isabel has been featured on over 100 TV, well-known radio and podcast shows.
When Isabel is not coaching, teaching or speaking she enjoys spending time with her husband and son. She also loves to be out in nature to go for long walks, hike in the mountains or camp in the woods. Isabel’s family is very focused on health and therefore are passionate about growing their own little vegetable, herb and fruit garden each year.
Join us as we hear Isabel’s story and learn about all the great things she is doing to help people manage their emotions!
Tags: manage emotions, talk, leadership, Isabel Hundt, Rathskeller
Introduction to SAVI Databases of Central Indiana StatisticsWed, Nov 28, 2018 2:30 PM - Wed, Nov 28, 2018 4:30 PM @ Central Library
SAVI (Social Assets and Vulnerabilities Indicators — www.savi.org) is a free online information system that helps you map, compare and store data about 2,000 Central Indiana communities. SAVI’s comprehensive, up-to-date statistics on housing, education, crime, and much more help businesses and organization create the charts, graphs, maps, and other results to make data-informed decisions. This introductory class, to be held in the Computer Training Lab, provides an overview to help participants decide whether they want to learn more about how to use SAVI.
Tags: SAVI (Social Assetts and Vulnerabilities Indicators), Indianapolis Public Library, training, introduction
Nutrient Management Workshop for Vegetable GrowersThu, Nov 29, 2018 9:00 AM - Thu, Nov 29, 2018 2:00 PM @ John Boner Neighborhood Centers
This workshop will dive deep into real-life Indianapolis growing scenarios and demonstrate ways to budget, supply, and conserve nutrients for our crops. The intent is to help growers close the loop of soil testing, crop needs, and managing the amount, source, placement, and timing of organic fertilizers and soil amendments on small farms and gardens. This educational event is made possible by grant funding awarded to the SWCDs from Clean Water Indiana. Responsible nutrient management improves the physical, chemical, and biological condition of soil, thereby enhancing its ability to infiltrate and clean water. The workshop will be led by the Marion County SWCD and Dan Perkins of Perkin’s Good Earth Farm.
9:00 – 9:20 – Coffee and Registration
9:20 – 12:00 – Nutrient Management Training
12:00 – 1:00 – Lunch Provided
1:00 – 2:00 – Nutrient Management Training
Advanced registration is required through Eventbrite.
Registration fee is $10 includes admission, light refreshments, and lunch.
Registration closes November 20 and is limited to the first 45 registrants.
Please limit to 3 people per organization.
Contact the Marion County SWCD for questions or assistance:
[email protected] / 317.786.1776
The Marion County SWCD is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
The eventbrite confirmation page will direct you to an SWCD google form for lunch option. https://goo.gl/forms/s2kFNo2y8wVFfF7O2
Tags: Marion County SWCD, nutrients for cropssoil testing, crop needs