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Dec

12

Thu
Thu, Dec 12, 2019 5:30 PM - Thu, Dec 12, 2019 8:30 PM @ Central Library

DVN is excited to announce that on December 12th we will be hosting the Indianapolis screening of the documentary film “PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools” at the Clowes Auditorium at the Central Library. The event is free but tickets are limited so reserve yours today!

Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools is a feature length documentary, based on the book by the same name by Monique Morris Ed.D. The film takes a deep dive into the lives of Black girls and the practices, cultural beliefs and policies that disrupts one of the most important factors in girls’ lives – education.

The documentary underscores the challenges Black girls face with insight from experts across the country who have worked extensively in the field of social justice, gender equality and educational equity. These experts give context to the crisis and provide a roadmap for how our educational system and those who interact with Black girls can provide a positive rather than punitive response to behaviors that are often misunderstood or mis-represented.

While the challenges facing Black boys in this country have garnered national attention, absent from that conversation was how girls of color, particularly Black girls, are being impacted. PUSHOUT addresses that crisis.

The documentary focuses on challenges Black girls face, emphasizing first-person narratives from girls. We hear from them as young as the age of seven and as old as 19. They describe navigating a society that often marginalizes and dismisses them.

At the same time the documentary lays out how adults and policy makers can address the needs of these young girls and women with positive responses that can short circuit the pervasive over punishment of Black girls.

***Please arrive at the Central Library between 5:30-6pm as the screening will begin in the Clowes Auditorium promptly at 6pm. Following the screening there will be a panel discussion with Indianapolis area activists, educators, lawmakers and community advocates. For more information or questions about the event please email Youth Program Coordinator Colleen Curtin at [email protected]

Tags: screening of the documentary film “PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools” at the Clowes Auditorium at the Central Library, nonprofit, social justice, Domestic Violence Network (DVN)

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Dec

12

Thu
Thu, Dec 12, 2019 6:00 PM - Thu, Dec 12, 2019 9:00 PM @ Green Men Art Gallery

We want to hear your ideas. We want you to hear ours. Come collaborate on the Indianapolis Arts & Music scene.

Tags: Green Men Art Gallery, collaboration, think tank, scene building, art and music

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Dec

12

Thu
Thu, Dec 12, 2019 6:30 PM - Thu, Dec 12, 2019 8:00 PM @ Urban Box

How do you envision 2020? We’ll start off by talking about different designs and inspiration for vision boards. The rest of class we will leaf through magazines, cut out images, and glue them to our boards. Please bring scissors and any extra magazines if you have them.

Heidi enjoys cooking, crafting, and traveling. She’s also known for her sugared-shortbread cookies and love of upcycling. Heidi lives in So-SoBro with her crossword-puzzling husband, Alan.

Barter Items: lime flavored sparkling water; unflavored ground coffee; journal; bag of powdered sugar; Christmas music vinyl record

Tags: vision boards, envision 2020, planning excercise, Barter School Indy

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Dec

12

Thu
Thu, Dec 12, 2019 7:00 PM - Thu, Dec 12, 2019 8:30 PM @ Irvington Vinyl & Books

Touring poets and creative curators Chelsea Tadeyeske and Edie Roberts are dropping in for one night only as they head to the Cincinnati Art Book Fair. Come hear their confessional, tender poetry. Also featuring local poet Tasha Chopra.

Chelsea Tadeyeske is a poet, performer, and bookmaker from Milwaukee, WI. She is the founding editor of pitymilk press, publishing short-run chapbooks and journals both online and in physical form. Her work sits in the the intersections of shame, trauma, and desire that are rooted in femininity trying to pin down the destructive reverberations of societal expectations and affectations. She has released many chapbooks including her most recent works of poetry, if you bend it backwards nothing really happens (Rabbit Catastrophe, 2016) and we were all born with the right to be angry (bathmatics, 2016). She is currently performing work from a series of short stories titled Princess Diana, due out on bathmatics in Spring of 2019. By tracing comedic edges around uncomfortable and private tragic experiences both on the page and in performance, Chelsea teases out the feels and makes a soft weapon of vulnerability. Her work can be found online at Pretty Owl Poetry, Delirious Hem, Smoking Glue Gun, and Leopardskin & Limes, among others. She is a Virgo sun/Libra rising/Aquarius moon born in the year of the snake.

Check out her brainchild: https://pitymilkpress.wordpress.com/

Edie Roberts is a rabbit with a hat. A genderqueer mouthpiece ponied up to bat, cheeks fat with american anxiety and morale relay. They reside in Detroit, Michigan where folks still talk with you in the grocery line; the hive humming about experiments with cooperation, the skeletons of capitalism, the dream of another way. They believe in self-publishing and making things for yourself. Their work is their own and they own the means of their own production for the most part. Titles include The Roof is On Fire pt.1&2 (2012/2016), The Heel and The Face (2016), Little Book of Shit (2016) and Everywhere You Go (2019). They lend hands and eyes and heart at pitymilk press and run a hapdash production site called bathmatics when there is time and purpose bubbling. More than summarized here at: https://edieroberts.wordpress.com/

Check out edie’s book, The Heel and the Face: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3vssYqYStdnMzRCRVR1bGZzWmM/view

Tasha Chopra is a poet, visual artist, and graduate student pursuing her masters at Herron School of Art and Design. She is the co-founder and media editor for Turnpike Magazine, an online publication dedicated to positive themes and marginalized voices. She also is a part of Indy Symposium, a group that holds bimonthly open mics and poetry slams at Black Circle Brew. Her poetry focuses on themes of family, identity, and human connection, and some of her work can be found in Genesis Magazine.

Check out Turnpike: https://turnpikemagazine.com

Tags: Touring poets and creative curators Chelsea Tadeyeske and Edie Roberts, poetry, spoken work, writing, the words, social justice

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Dec

12

Thu
Thu, Dec 12, 2019 7:00 PM - Thu, Dec 12, 2019 11:00 PM @ Healer

A showcase of IUPUI Music’s solo electronic musicians. FREE.

The full schedule of performances can be found at http://tiny.cc/bitbash2019

Tags: A showcase of IUPUI Music’s solo electronic musicians, FREE, Live Music

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Dec

14

Sat
Sat, Dec 14, 2019 8:30 AM - Sat, Dec 14, 2019 10:30 AM @ Indianapolis Zen Center

It’s time to come inside for the year. We’ll have a fire and music. Probably chai, too.

*********
8:30am Yoga
9:40am Break
9:40-ish am Meditation
10:10am Mindful Listening Dyads
10:20am Discussion

Stay for whatever parts you want.

Hi Everyone:

Bring your mat, come as you are, and join me at the Indianapolis Zen Center at 37th and Washington Blvd.

I lead a supportive, light-hearted practice of exploration. Through postures, you will learn how to hear what your body is telling you, how to find Interesting Sensation, and how breathing interacts with movement. Weight balance, tension, compression, stretch, cause and effect, and what you’re thinking and feeling at any given moment become clear.

Every (type of) body is welcome. You don’t need to be a gymnast to get something out of this.

Yes, the class is free. I’m just doing my small part to hold space for people to come together as friends, learn to get out of our heads and see the wisdom right in front of our faces.

Please consider making a donation to the Indianapolis Zen Center or to Second Helpings.

http://www.indyzen.org
https://www.secondhelpings.org/donate

About Me:

My name is Tony Wiederhold.

My life’s work is helping people to find inner-kindness and healing through facilitating both Inner Work and Outer Work: contemplative practices and group volunteer service.

My teaching is informed by what I’ve learned from years of meditation practice and working through my own stuff while going to a job Monday through Friday, living in the world, and encountering a lot of hurt people, injustice, and cruelty.

You can find me at the Indianapolis Zen Center (www.indyzen.org) most Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings for 6:45am meditation.

What I’ve learned from practicing:

1) We need each other and we need to stop hurting each other.
2) Hurt people hurt people. Cruelty comes from pain and propagates. Recognizing pain and creating conditions for wounds to heal in yourself and others is the way to stop this.
3) Kindness heals both the giver and the receiver.
4) Working for a more just, less cruel world is totally possible and totally worth doing.
5) There’s plenty of work to be done and it’s a lot of fun to work together to make the world better for everyone. I feel that working to create circumstances for people to heal and thrive is the whole point of living.

See you soon.
Tony

Tags: Indianapolis Zen Center, free yoga

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Dec

14

Sat
Sat, Dec 14, 2019 9:00 AM - Sat, Dec 14, 2019 1:30 PM @ The Reset Center

GROW YOUR SKILLS AND UPLIFT YOUR COMMUNITY
FREE TRAINING + BREAKFAST + LUNCH

What is Trauma Informed Community Building Training?

Trauma informed community building, begins to define, discuss, and address trauma and the lasting impact it has on our communities. It explains why our communities (usually in urban areas) are having challenges with thriving. This model serves to assist community leaders and workers in recognizing the impact of “continual violence, poverty, historical structures of racism, and disenfranchisement” can do to a community (Collins, 2010). It also serves to identify proven strategies to promote community healing while promoting community building.

The We CANN BUILD (Build Up Informed Leaders for Development) is a set of workshops designed to improve the skills, knowledge and behaviors of those that work in a role that has direct contact with the community on a daily basis: such as (but not limited to) community organizers, community development staff, youth organizers, elected and appointed officials, neighborhood boards, nonprofit staff (especially in community outreach roles), city/county/state employees, first responders, health professionals and religious organizational staff and volunteers.

These six (6) impactful trainings will introduce models of trauma informed care and community building that assist in understanding its impact on youth, families, and communities. Working to understand why trauma can be a stumbling block for challenged communities and how being trauma informed can complement the efforts of asset-based community building approaches (ABCD). The trainings will uncover proven best practices and will evaluate community workers to identify individual trauma and discussing the possible impact that it may have on their work within the community. Lastly, engage participants in collaborative planning and result-based implementation strategies to meet the needs of the community.

TO GRADUATE & RECEIVE THE WE CANN BUILD CERTIFICATE, SIGN UP FOR AND ATTEND ALL SIX (6) DATES: 9/14, 10/18-19, 11/19, 11/16, 12/7

COURSE SCHEDULE

September 14th – Caring for Our Community: Trauma and Trauma Informed Care
October 18th – 19th – Motivate: Participant Centered Interviewing Skills & Moving the Needle: Planning and Implementation for Sustainable Outcomes
November 9th – Future: Addressing Urban Youth Violence
November 16th – Unity in the Community: Successful Collaborations and Collaborative Principles
December 7th – Mindful Neighborhoods: Trauma Informed Community Building and Leadership

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis (CAGI) is honored to bring you “We CANN B.U.I.L.D.” learn more and support our work online at cagi-in.org.

Tags: Trauma Informed Community Building Training, Community Action of Greater Indianapolis (cagi), Kheprw Institute

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Dec

14

Sat
Sat, Dec 14, 2019 3:00 PM - Sat, Dec 14, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Dec

17

Tue
Tue, Dec 17, 2019 8:00 AM - Tue, Dec 17, 2019 10:00 AM @ Rabble Coffee

You may be interested in creating the new Quality of Life Plan, but you may not be able to make it to the Quality of Life Planning Sessions in the evening.

Join your Near Eastside Community Builder for a coffee break to look at the information gathered for the Quality of Life Plan so far and provide your feedback. Let us know if there’s something missing, something that should be highlighted, or something that you’d like to be involved in.

No need to set up an appointment, just come to Rabble and look for the person with the Quality of Life Planning sign, they will be prepared with all the information and tools you need to give your feedback.

The Quality of Life Planning Process will impact the Near Eastside for generations to come. Make your voice heard!

Tags: Quality of Life Plan, morning session, Near East Side

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Dec

18

Wed
Wed, Dec 18, 2019 7:00 PM - Wed, Dec 18, 2019 9:00 PM @ Coal Yard Coffee

Are you looking for a way to get to know local pagans from and visiting our community in a safe inclusive environment? Join us for our monthly meetup at our new location Coal Yard Coffee, near downtown Irvington.

Check them out on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/cyc5547project/

Tags: get to know local pagans, pagan meetup

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Dec

19

Thu
Thu, Dec 19, 2019 6:00 PM - Thu, Dec 19, 2019 9:00 PM @ Green Men Art Gallery

We want to hear your ideas. We want you to hear ours. Come collaborate on the Indianapolis Arts & Music scene.

Tags: Green Men Art Gallery, collaboration, think tank, scene building, art and music

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Dec

21

Sat
Sat, Dec 21, 2019 8:30 AM - Sat, Dec 21, 2019 10:30 AM @ Indianapolis Zen Center

It’s time to come inside for the year. We’ll have a fire and music. Probably chai, too.

*********
8:30am Yoga
9:40am Break
9:40-ish am Meditation
10:10am Mindful Listening Dyads
10:20am Discussion

Stay for whatever parts you want.

Hi Everyone:

Bring your mat, come as you are, and join me at the Indianapolis Zen Center at 37th and Washington Blvd.

I lead a supportive, light-hearted practice of exploration. Through postures, you will learn how to hear what your body is telling you, how to find Interesting Sensation, and how breathing interacts with movement. Weight balance, tension, compression, stretch, cause and effect, and what you’re thinking and feeling at any given moment become clear.

Every (type of) body is welcome. You don’t need to be a gymnast to get something out of this.

Yes, the class is free. I’m just doing my small part to hold space for people to come together as friends, learn to get out of our heads and see the wisdom right in front of our faces.

Please consider making a donation to the Indianapolis Zen Center or to Second Helpings.

http://www.indyzen.org
https://www.secondhelpings.org/donate

About Me:

My name is Tony Wiederhold.

My life’s work is helping people to find inner-kindness and healing through facilitating both Inner Work and Outer Work: contemplative practices and group volunteer service.

My teaching is informed by what I’ve learned from years of meditation practice and working through my own stuff while going to a job Monday through Friday, living in the world, and encountering a lot of hurt people, injustice, and cruelty.

You can find me at the Indianapolis Zen Center (www.indyzen.org) most Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings for 6:45am meditation.

What I’ve learned from practicing:

1) We need each other and we need to stop hurting each other.
2) Hurt people hurt people. Cruelty comes from pain and propagates. Recognizing pain and creating conditions for wounds to heal in yourself and others is the way to stop this.
3) Kindness heals both the giver and the receiver.
4) Working for a more just, less cruel world is totally possible and totally worth doing.
5) There’s plenty of work to be done and it’s a lot of fun to work together to make the world better for everyone. I feel that working to create circumstances for people to heal and thrive is the whole point of living.

See you soon.
Tony

Tags: Indianapolis Zen Center, free yoga

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Dec

21

Sat
Sat, Dec 21, 2019 12:00 PM - Sat, Dec 21, 2019 5:00 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - Indy Parks and Recreation

These stitching projects are so easy, anyone can do them! Using yarn, burlap, and plastic needles, you can make a goofy face with buttons for eyes and beads for teeth!

Arts for All welcomes everyone to take a journey through the world of art. Activities that relate to the current exhibition and stimulate curiosity are designed to be challenging yet accessible to all visitors of Garfield Park. Spend your Saturday afternoon in our arts classroom and take home a meaningful experience.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. If your group is larger than 6 people, please contact us at (317) 327-7135 so that we can make accommodations. Arts for All, is a free, self-guided art-making activity.

Saturdays, Dec 7-28*
No AFA on Dec 14 due to special event
12:00 – 5:00 pm
Free, Drop-in, Self-guided, All Ages

Tags: Arts for All, stitching projects, sewing excercises, learn to sew

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Dec

26

Thu
Thu, Dec 26, 2019 6:00 PM - Thu, Dec 26, 2019 9:00 PM @ Green Men Art Gallery

We want to hear your ideas. We want you to hear ours. Come collaborate on the Indianapolis Arts & Music scene.

Tags: Green Men Art Gallery, collaboration, think tank, scene building, art and music

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Dec

28

Sat
Sat, Dec 28, 2019 8:30 AM - Sat, Dec 28, 2019 10:30 AM @ Indianapolis Zen Center

It’s time to come inside for the year. We’ll have a fire and music. Probably chai, too.

*********
8:30am Yoga
9:40am Break
9:40-ish am Meditation
10:10am Mindful Listening Dyads
10:20am Discussion

Stay for whatever parts you want.

Hi Everyone:

Bring your mat, come as you are, and join me at the Indianapolis Zen Center at 37th and Washington Blvd.

I lead a supportive, light-hearted practice of exploration. Through postures, you will learn how to hear what your body is telling you, how to find Interesting Sensation, and how breathing interacts with movement. Weight balance, tension, compression, stretch, cause and effect, and what you’re thinking and feeling at any given moment become clear.

Every (type of) body is welcome. You don’t need to be a gymnast to get something out of this.

Yes, the class is free. I’m just doing my small part to hold space for people to come together as friends, learn to get out of our heads and see the wisdom right in front of our faces.

Please consider making a donation to the Indianapolis Zen Center or to Second Helpings.

http://www.indyzen.org
https://www.secondhelpings.org/donate

About Me:

My name is Tony Wiederhold.

My life’s work is helping people to find inner-kindness and healing through facilitating both Inner Work and Outer Work: contemplative practices and group volunteer service.

My teaching is informed by what I’ve learned from years of meditation practice and working through my own stuff while going to a job Monday through Friday, living in the world, and encountering a lot of hurt people, injustice, and cruelty.

You can find me at the Indianapolis Zen Center (www.indyzen.org) most Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings for 6:45am meditation.

What I’ve learned from practicing:

1) We need each other and we need to stop hurting each other.
2) Hurt people hurt people. Cruelty comes from pain and propagates. Recognizing pain and creating conditions for wounds to heal in yourself and others is the way to stop this.
3) Kindness heals both the giver and the receiver.
4) Working for a more just, less cruel world is totally possible and totally worth doing.
5) There’s plenty of work to be done and it’s a lot of fun to work together to make the world better for everyone. I feel that working to create circumstances for people to heal and thrive is the whole point of living.

See you soon.
Tony

Tags: Indianapolis Zen Center, free yoga

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Dec

28

Sat
Sat, Dec 28, 2019 12:00 PM - Sat, Dec 28, 2019 5:00 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - Indy Parks and Recreation

These stitching projects are so easy, anyone can do them! Using yarn, burlap, and plastic needles, you can make a goofy face with buttons for eyes and beads for teeth!

Arts for All welcomes everyone to take a journey through the world of art. Activities that relate to the current exhibition and stimulate curiosity are designed to be challenging yet accessible to all visitors of Garfield Park. Spend your Saturday afternoon in our arts classroom and take home a meaningful experience.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. If your group is larger than 6 people, please contact us at (317) 327-7135 so that we can make accommodations. Arts for All, is a free, self-guided art-making activity.

Saturdays, Dec 7-28*
No AFA on Dec 14 due to special event
12:00 – 5:00 pm
Free, Drop-in, Self-guided, All Ages

Tags: Arts for All, stitching projects, sewing excercises, learn to sew

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Dec

29

Sun
Sun, Dec 29, 2019 2:00 PM - Sun, Dec 29, 2019 3:00 PM @ Online Event

1 hour of live guided Reiki practice with Reiki Master Teacher Kat Forgacs of BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki. Starts Monday, December 31, 2018 and meets monthly on the last Mondays through December 30, 2019.

Join any month you like for online learning, spiritual support, and community throughout the year.

$120 annual rate

Recordings of each practice will be available for those who register.
Recommended to attend or watch every month for the greatest benefit.

Find event info and payment at: http://bit.ly/MORP2019-info

Register directly for this event at: http://bit.ly/2019-Monthly-Practice-reg

Convert to your timezone at: http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/

What others are saying:

“I have listened and meditated with your mountain meditation the past two mornings. As I’ve said many times before, you have a gift with words. Beautiful meditation. It really allowed me to go deep in my practice.”
–Linda C.

“I just want to say that Kat leads a wonderful practice group at the end of each month. If you sign up you will not be disappointed. So beautiful and fulfilling 🙏❤️ “
-Karen Pease

About your Reiki Instructor:

The Monthly Reiki Practice Group is hosted by Kat Forgacs, Japanese Reiki Master Teacher and Animal Reiki Teacher with BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki.

Kat loves witnessing joy and freedom develop in her students and clients through the insights of the system of Reiki, including techniques and practices for improving our physical and spiritual health, for increasing our resilience, compassion, and emotional intelligence and for expanding our ability to live joyfully and mindfully present in the world. Kat finds the techniques and ethics of Animal Reiki to be helpful, relevant, and meaningful for all varieties of Reiki practice.

Kat has led Japanese Reiki and Animal Reiki classes and Reiki practice sessions at animal sanctuaries in New England, the Midwest, the Southwest, Europe, and online. She has been practicing and teaching Reiki full-time since 2014. A New England native, Kat currently lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

Tags: 1 hour of live guided Reiki practice with Reiki Master Teacher Kat Forgacs of BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki

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Jan

03

Fri
Fri, Jan 03, 2020 6:00 PM - Fri, Jan 03, 2020 9:00 PM @ Studio Alchemy Gallery

Join us every First Friday of the month from 6-9pm for a celebration of new paintings from a variety of artists at the painting school, Studio Alchemy. This quirky artist studio is located near the Circle City Industrial Complex in the historic Cottage Home Neighborhood. Bring friends and enjoy the party!

https://studioalchemy.art/studioalchemygallery

Tags: near the Circle City Industrial Complex, historic Cottage Home Neighborhood, Art, First Friday, Open Studio

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Jan

03

Fri
Fri, Jan 03, 2020 6:00 PM - Fri, Jan 03, 2020 10:00 PM @ Listen Hear

Navigate through Listen Hear from December 6th – January 17th as we welcome designer and artist Chad Eby.

Amidst an array of light and sound, Skärgården re-imagines cold war paranoia in the Stockholm archipelago in light and sound. The heart of this art installation is a self-organizing wireless mesh network that mirrors aspects of both the isolation and cooperation of an interconnected system of separate parts.

Chad Eby is a multidisciplinary artist, designer, teacher and researcher with particular interests in lighting, digital art, digital fabrication, people-center design and design history.

Listen Hear
2620 Shelby Street Indianapolis, IN 46203
Available by appointment

Opening Reception December 6 & January 3rd, 6-10pm

www.chadeby.studio
www.bigcar.org

Tags: Chad Eby is a multidisciplinary artist, designer, teacher and researcher with particular interests in lighting, digital art, digital fabrication, people-center design and design history, performance, radio, Live Music, Art, First Friday

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Jan

03

Fri
Fri, Jan 03, 2020 8:00 PM - Fri, Jan 03, 2020 11:00 PM @ Azmyth Recording Studios

An Open Mic Event held by Azmyth Recording – Welcoming all singer/songwriters, poets, MC’s, stand-up & more.

*Guidelines to Peforming*

1st:

Fill out this form below:

https://goo.gl/forms/q4a5HYykqx3ovj212

2nd:

Show up early to make the performance list. We will have 25 Slots available. The Policy is first come first serve. Submitting does not guarantee you will perform. Sign Up’s start @ 7 p.m.

Tags: Art, Live Music, Poetry, Open Mic, Azmyth Recording

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