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21

Thu
Thu, Oct 21, 2021 11:00 AM - Thu, Oct 21, 2021 12:30 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H6Pnk1NQQiWPMYG8K37x9w

Cooperative Coffees, in partnership with The Chain Collaborative, is excited to invite you to this event! In the coffee industry, the potential for carbon capture and carbon neutrality has gained considerable attention in recent years. This three-part webinar series is designed to contribute to the conversation by highlighting the science behind carbon-smart agriculture, the tools already in place for carbon measurement, and the opportunities for scaling carbon-neutral or net-zero approaches throughout the value stream.

The Series:
Oct. 21, 2021 From Climate-Smart to Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 4, 2021 Tools for Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 18, 2021 Scaling Carbon Solutions

Panelists & Moderator for the October 21st webinar:
Cristian Dubon – Founding Member, Board of Directors, COMSA
Michael King – Owner, Bean North Roasting Company
Dr. Cinzia Fissore – Associate Professor, Whittier College
Philip Schierning – Account Management, Soil and More Impacts
Monika Firl (Moderator) – Director of Sustainability, Cooperative Coffees

We hope you will join us!

Time
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.
Oct 21, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 4, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 18, 2021 11:00 AM

Tags: Coffee Cooperatives, nonprofit, carbon-smart agriculture

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Oct

21

Thu
Thu, Oct 21, 2021 12:00 PM - Thu, Oct 21, 2021 1:30 PM @ https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErc-2vpj4vG9QlMWnk-E5ViTmFPhAR_Uzw

Residencies: Creative Potential & Practical Strategies
Tarrah Krajnak, Hannah Frieser, Charles Guice, and Mary Goodwin
Thursday, October 21, 2021, 12PM EST (Noon)
 / 9AM Pacific
Free and open to the public

Registration required

To register for the talk and receive a Zoom link, please click here.

Tarrah Krajnak, artist, Hannah Frieser, Executive Director of the Center of Photography at Woodstock, Charles Guice, art advisor, curator, writer, and mentor, and Mary Goodwin, director at Aurora PhotoCenter, will discuss the creative potential of residencies, both for artists and the institutions that sponsor them, as well as practical strategies for when, where, and how to engage a residency.

Tarrah Krajnak will share the importance of residencies in her work and career, starting with her first collaborative residency at Center of Photography at Woodstock in 2008, up through her latest residency at Herron in 2021. As an integral part of the residency program at CPW, and formerly at Light Work, Hannah Frieser has years of experience building residency programs and helping artists maximize their residency time. Charles Guice has advised and mentored many artists in various stages of their careers, helping them to seek the right opportunities for the right time and project. Mary Goodwin will host and moderate the conversation, as well as talk about the value of residencies in Aurora’s programming.

 

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Tarrah Krajnak (tarrahkrajnak.com) was born in Lima, Peru in 1979. She is currently based in Los Angeles. Krajnak was awarded the Jury Prize of the Louis Roederer Discovery Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles in June 2021 and most recently the 2021 Hariban Award Grand Prize, Kyoto, Japan. She is also a recipient of the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Her first monograph of the project El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan was published with DAIS books in May 2021. Krajnak is represented by Galerie Thomas Zander. (Photo by Tarrah Krajnak)

 

Photo by Charles Guice

Hannah Frieser (www.hannahfrieser.com) is the Executive Director for the Center for Photography at Woodstock, where she curates group and solo exhibitions for CPW’s diverse, year-around programs. She works closely with artists and writers in CPW’s residency program, Woodstock AIR. Founded in 1999, the program is dedicated to BIPOC artists in the context of social justice. For nine years, Hannah was Director of Light Work, a photographic arts organization with exhibition and residency programs in Syracuse, New York. At Light Work she curated major exhibitions with Suzanne Opton, Adam Magyar, Barry Anderson and other major contemporary photographers. Hannah’s essays have been featured in publications and monographs, such as Contact Sheet, Exposure, and Nueva Luz. (Photo by Charles Guice)

 

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Charles Guice is an art advisor, curator, mentor, and writer. An accomplished arts professional conversant in the diverse role of photography, he has been instrumental in advancing the careers of numerous leading contemporary visual artists, such as Erika Diettes, Hank Willis Thomas, and Carrie Mae Weems. As a gallerist, Guice placed works in prominent private and public collections throughout the United States and abroad, including The Brooklyn Museum; The J. Paul Getty Museum; and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. A co-founder of Converging Perspectives (www.convergingperspectives.org), an online initiative promoting timely, critical, and in-depth discussion of contemporary photography from an international perspective, Guice has written articles and essays for publications such as B&W, Contact Sheet, and Nueva Luz, and on a number of artists. He has served on the Boards of Trustees for The California College of the Arts and The Museum of The African Diaspora, and was a founding member of the nominating committee for the Aperture West Book Prize. A former healthcare executive, Guice has curated exhibitions varying in scope, and he was a principal, managing director, and co-curator for Photo Miami. (Photo by Doug Menuez)

 

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Mary Goodwin is co-founder and director of Aurora PhotoCenter. She is the publisher at Waltz Books, a photobook publishing company with a focus on the relationship between the photographic image and the book format. Her photographic practice depicts the land as a site of memory, culture, and politics. Goodwin holds an MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, where she also acquired a love of chilis, both red and green. Her writing about photography has appeared in photoeye booklist, f-stop magazine, and the Contact Sheet Annual. As the former Associate Director at Light Work in Syracuse, New York, she curated exhibitions by Deana Lawson, Yolanda del Amo, and Stephen Chalmers, among other artists. Mary loves to talk about photobooks, and she has led a series of book talks, with artists, publishers, and designers, for Aurora in addition to her curatorial and administrative duties.

 

Tags: Art, photography, nonprofit, Aurora Photocenter

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Oct

23

Sat
Sat, Oct 23, 2021 3:00 PM - Sat, Oct 23, 2021 6:00 PM @

*This event is rain or shine, dont worry we have many tents!

La Sardina Gallery is proud to present the Fall Cultural Pop-up happening at our brand new permanent home on the Near Westside of Indianapolis!

Featuring the art of Pera Rivera, Juan Gabriel Tiscareno, Consuelo Poland, Kcun Aragon, Andy Mogollon, Andrea Ettinger, Sarah Rae Coate Vicki Ayres and our resident MP3J El Camaron Electronico!

La Sardina Gallery is located in the Purpose Park in the Hawthorne Neighborhood.

Tags: Fall Cultural Pop-up, Art, Live Music, vendors

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Oct

24

Sun
Sun, Oct 24, 2021 11:00 AM - Sun, Oct 24, 2021 4:00 PM @ Rebel Vintage

We are excited to welcome local artist, Travis Owens, Sunday October 24th from 11-4pm in our parking lot for a pop-up! Travis will be posted up outside showcasing his beautiful original artwork including prints and magnets.

PLUS- Weiner Dreams hot dog cart will be serving up beef & veggie dogs all afternoon. Visit them on FB @weinerdreams or book them for your next event at WeinerDreams.com

Make sure to RSVP to this event page to receive updates and sneak peeks leading up to the event!

FREE | ALL AGES
Find Travis on Instagram @travisowens_paintings or https://travis-owens-paintings.square.
For more info on upcoming events, new inventory, and shop news, visit Rebel Vintage on instagram @RebelVintageIndy

*Please Note: Rebel Vintage requires masks to be worn while shopping inside the shop. They remain optional outside in the lot during events.

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Rebel Vintage
1051 E 54th St. Indianapolis 46220

ShopRebelVintage.Com

Shop Hours:

Mon & Tues CLOSED

Weds/Thurs/Fri/Sun 11-5pm

Sat 10-6pm

Tags: Art, Travis Owens, Hot Dog Cart, veggie, Rebel Vintage

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Oct

24

Sun
Sun, Oct 24, 2021 1:30 PM - Sun, Oct 24, 2021 4:00 PM @ Bona Thompson Memorial Center

Join us for a showing of some of Irvington’s finest artists as well as the official presentation of the Founder’s Awards. This event will take place inside the Bona and masks will be required.

Irvington has a history of encouraging creativity which is as much a part of Irvington as its curving shady streets. The exhibit title harkens back to early 20th century art sales held in Carr Hall, which offered works by Irvington artists such as William Forsyth, Hilah and Clifton Wheeler and Dorothy Morlan. Presenting Irvington Artists will be a show and promotion of over 20 Irvington’s artists. Come meet the artists and discuss their works!

The Bona will also have a historic display discussing The Life & Times of Madge Oberholtzer, a woman instrumental in bringing down Indiana’s KKK.

The Irvington Founders Awards recognize individuals, organizations and businesses that have made contributions to the overall quality of life in the neighborhood. This year, we are honoring Paul and Peggy Diebold, Donn Smith, Mike and Paula Lewis, and Black Acre Brewing.

Event begins at 1:30 for a socially distanced social time. Award presentation begins at 2:00.
Masks are required for this event.

Tags: art, Irvington Halloween, The Life & Times of Madge Oberholtzer, neighborhood improvement awards

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Oct

25

Mon
Mon, Oct 25, 2021 7:00 PM - Mon, Oct 25, 2021 8:30 PM @ https://www.facebook.com/ButlerArtsEventsCenter/

Abigail Smithson is a multi-media artist who has exhibited work in the United States and internationally. She received her Bachelor of Studio Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder and her Master of Fine Arts from Louisiana State University. Her art practice is rooted in the appreciation, translation, and act of archiving objects that record their surroundings. She challenges the traditional ideas of representation and works to create photographs as documents, in a both nuanced and abstract way. The game of basketball has been a longtime muse for her and she follows and believes firmly in the New Craft Artists in Action collective motto, which is Participation vs. Spectatorship when it comes to sports. Through her podcast Dear Adam Silver as well as her other work, she questions the current narrative around sports and art and how the two cultural entities overlap and live side by side. She is currently a Visiting Professor of Art at Lyon College, located in Batesville, AR.

Tags: Art, Abigail Smithson, multi-media artist, Butler University

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Oct

27

Wed
Wed, Oct 27, 2021 5:30 PM - Wed, Oct 27, 2021 7:30 PM @ Garfield Park Conservatory - Indy Parks and Recreation

Effective October 4, masks are required inside all Indy Parks facilities and family centers, regardless of vaccination status. Masks will not be required when engaging in physical fitness activities or sports. Park staff are continuing to sanitize common areas, and park visitors are encouraged to continue practice social distancing where appropriate. We appreciate your patience and cooperation!

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Wed, Oct 27
5:30 – 7:30 pm
$5/child (adults free)

All programs are subject to change as new information becomes available regarding COVID-19. For the most up-to-date information, visit gpacarts.org or contact [email protected]

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Take a not-so-spooky stroll at Garfield Park with your little monsters this Halloween season. Join us at the Conservatory and Sunken Garden for a fun-filled evening starting with a stroll through the creepy Conservatory, followed by carnival games and goodies from the Burrello Family Center, and Halloween crafts from the Garfield Park Arts Center. Spooktacular, family-friendly storytelling and music will serenade you in the Sunken Garden as you participate in trick-or-treating with local community partners. We can’t wait to celebrate Halloween with your family at Garfield Park!

Pre-registration opens October 1st. Pre-register for each child (adults get in free, but will not receive crafts or goodies). Drop-in anytime during event hours, but we suggest no later than 7:00 PM to allow enough time to enjoy the event. Costumes are encouraged. Wear comfortable shoes to walk in, and dress appropriately for the weather. Please note that there are no public restrooms on site.

Tags: Art, Halloween, Garfield Park

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Oct

28

Thu
Thu, Oct 28, 2021 6:30 PM - Thu, Oct 28, 2021 8:30 PM @

10 East Arts is excited to be partnering with SleepyNap Vibes for a live music concert series featuring an incredible line-up of Indianapolis artists.
Join us on East 10th Street for SIX Thursdays for FREE live music.

Live Music THURSDAYS

OCTOBER 14 – NOVEMBER 18

INTERMISSIONS PLAZA (*)
Outdoor Venue
3145 E. 10th Street

Doors Open at 6:30pm

Music 7:00pm-8:30pm

Free. All Ages.

We’ll have a cash bar. Bring your lawn chair and come hang with us!

** Thursday Music Line-up **

OCTOBER 14
Mr. Kinetik
Hip Hop

October 21
Ed Lanier
Soul/Rock

October 28
Psywrn Simone
Neo Soul/Hip Hop

November 4
Kiella Monique / Ms. Taylor Franklin
Neo Soul/R&B

November 11
Brandon Meeks Quintet
Jazz

November 18
Dorsh
Electronic Reggae

(*) In the event of inclement or cold weather, concerts will be held indoors at the 10 East Arts HUB (3137 E. 10th Street).

Tags: Live Music, Psywrn Simone, Art, Hip Hop, nonprofit, social justice, 10 East Arts

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Oct

30

Sat
Sat, Oct 30, 2021 10:00 AM - Sat, Oct 30, 2021 7:00 PM @ Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

Our highly anticipated Día de Muertos celebration is back in person at the Eiteljorg Saturday, Oct. 30! Enjoy FREE admission during a day of celebration with performances, art-making, Mercado vendors, community groups, and a community-curated art and altar display.

We’re excited to welcome you back to the museum to celebrate Dia de Muertos in person. For the safety of all guests and visitors, capacity will be limited, so advance ticket registration is strongly recommended. Performances will take place on the outdoor stage throughout the day, and other activities will be spread indoors and out. This is a rain or shine event. In accordance with the current and evolving Covid pandemic and health guidance, visitors are required to wear masks while in the museum.

Visit Eiteljorg.org/diademuertos to view the full event schedule.

Sponsored by Citizen’s Energy Group

Thanks to our partners Arte Mexicano En Indiana, Nopal Cultural, and Consulado de Mexico en Indianapolis

Tags: Live Music, performances, dance, art, Mercado vendors, community groups

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Nov

04

Thu
Thu, Nov 04, 2021 11:00 AM - Thu, Nov 04, 2021 12:30 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H6Pnk1NQQiWPMYG8K37x9w

Cooperative Coffees, in partnership with The Chain Collaborative, is excited to invite you to this event! In the coffee industry, the potential for carbon capture and carbon neutrality has gained considerable attention in recent years. This three-part webinar series is designed to contribute to the conversation by highlighting the science behind carbon-smart agriculture, the tools already in place for carbon measurement, and the opportunities for scaling carbon-neutral or net-zero approaches throughout the value stream.

The Series:
Oct. 21, 2021 From Climate-Smart to Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 4, 2021 Tools for Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 18, 2021 Scaling Carbon Solutions

Panelists & Moderator for the October 21st webinar:
Cristian Dubon – Founding Member, Board of Directors, COMSA
Michael King – Owner, Bean North Roasting Company
Dr. Cinzia Fissore – Associate Professor, Whittier College
Philip Schierning – Account Management, Soil and More Impacts
Monika Firl (Moderator) – Director of Sustainability, Cooperative Coffees

We hope you will join us!

Time
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.
Oct 21, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 4, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 18, 2021 11:00 AM

Tags: Coffee Cooperatives, nonprofit, carbon-smart agriculture

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Nov

18

Thu
Thu, Nov 18, 2021 11:00 AM - Thu, Nov 18, 2021 12:30 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H6Pnk1NQQiWPMYG8K37x9w

Cooperative Coffees, in partnership with The Chain Collaborative, is excited to invite you to this event! In the coffee industry, the potential for carbon capture and carbon neutrality has gained considerable attention in recent years. This three-part webinar series is designed to contribute to the conversation by highlighting the science behind carbon-smart agriculture, the tools already in place for carbon measurement, and the opportunities for scaling carbon-neutral or net-zero approaches throughout the value stream.

The Series:
Oct. 21, 2021 From Climate-Smart to Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 4, 2021 Tools for Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 18, 2021 Scaling Carbon Solutions

Panelists & Moderator for the October 21st webinar:
Cristian Dubon – Founding Member, Board of Directors, COMSA
Michael King – Owner, Bean North Roasting Company
Dr. Cinzia Fissore – Associate Professor, Whittier College
Philip Schierning – Account Management, Soil and More Impacts
Monika Firl (Moderator) – Director of Sustainability, Cooperative Coffees

We hope you will join us!

Time
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.
Oct 21, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 4, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 18, 2021 11:00 AM

Tags: Coffee Cooperatives, nonprofit, carbon-smart agriculture

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Oct

21

Thu
Thu, Oct 21, 2021 12:00 PM - Thu, Oct 21, 2021 1:30 PM @ https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErc-2vpj4vG9QlMWnk-E5ViTmFPhAR_Uzw

Residencies: Creative Potential & Practical Strategies
Tarrah Krajnak, Hannah Frieser, Charles Guice, and Mary Goodwin
Thursday, October 21, 2021, 12PM EST (Noon)
 / 9AM Pacific
Free and open to the public

Registration required

To register for the talk and receive a Zoom link, please click here.

Tarrah Krajnak, artist, Hannah Frieser, Executive Director of the Center of Photography at Woodstock, Charles Guice, art advisor, curator, writer, and mentor, and Mary Goodwin, director at Aurora PhotoCenter, will discuss the creative potential of residencies, both for artists and the institutions that sponsor them, as well as practical strategies for when, where, and how to engage a residency.

Tarrah Krajnak will share the importance of residencies in her work and career, starting with her first collaborative residency at Center of Photography at Woodstock in 2008, up through her latest residency at Herron in 2021. As an integral part of the residency program at CPW, and formerly at Light Work, Hannah Frieser has years of experience building residency programs and helping artists maximize their residency time. Charles Guice has advised and mentored many artists in various stages of their careers, helping them to seek the right opportunities for the right time and project. Mary Goodwin will host and moderate the conversation, as well as talk about the value of residencies in Aurora’s programming.

 

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Tarrah Krajnak (tarrahkrajnak.com) was born in Lima, Peru in 1979. She is currently based in Los Angeles. Krajnak was awarded the Jury Prize of the Louis Roederer Discovery Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles in June 2021 and most recently the 2021 Hariban Award Grand Prize, Kyoto, Japan. She is also a recipient of the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Her first monograph of the project El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan was published with DAIS books in May 2021. Krajnak is represented by Galerie Thomas Zander. (Photo by Tarrah Krajnak)

 

Photo by Charles Guice

Hannah Frieser (www.hannahfrieser.com) is the Executive Director for the Center for Photography at Woodstock, where she curates group and solo exhibitions for CPW’s diverse, year-around programs. She works closely with artists and writers in CPW’s residency program, Woodstock AIR. Founded in 1999, the program is dedicated to BIPOC artists in the context of social justice. For nine years, Hannah was Director of Light Work, a photographic arts organization with exhibition and residency programs in Syracuse, New York. At Light Work she curated major exhibitions with Suzanne Opton, Adam Magyar, Barry Anderson and other major contemporary photographers. Hannah’s essays have been featured in publications and monographs, such as Contact Sheet, Exposure, and Nueva Luz. (Photo by Charles Guice)

 

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Charles Guice is an art advisor, curator, mentor, and writer. An accomplished arts professional conversant in the diverse role of photography, he has been instrumental in advancing the careers of numerous leading contemporary visual artists, such as Erika Diettes, Hank Willis Thomas, and Carrie Mae Weems. As a gallerist, Guice placed works in prominent private and public collections throughout the United States and abroad, including The Brooklyn Museum; The J. Paul Getty Museum; and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. A co-founder of Converging Perspectives (www.convergingperspectives.org), an online initiative promoting timely, critical, and in-depth discussion of contemporary photography from an international perspective, Guice has written articles and essays for publications such as B&W, Contact Sheet, and Nueva Luz, and on a number of artists. He has served on the Boards of Trustees for The California College of the Arts and The Museum of The African Diaspora, and was a founding member of the nominating committee for the Aperture West Book Prize. A former healthcare executive, Guice has curated exhibitions varying in scope, and he was a principal, managing director, and co-curator for Photo Miami. (Photo by Doug Menuez)

 

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Mary Goodwin is co-founder and director of Aurora PhotoCenter. She is the publisher at Waltz Books, a photobook publishing company with a focus on the relationship between the photographic image and the book format. Her photographic practice depicts the land as a site of memory, culture, and politics. Goodwin holds an MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, where she also acquired a love of chilis, both red and green. Her writing about photography has appeared in photoeye booklist, f-stop magazine, and the Contact Sheet Annual. As the former Associate Director at Light Work in Syracuse, New York, she curated exhibitions by Deana Lawson, Yolanda del Amo, and Stephen Chalmers, among other artists. Mary loves to talk about photobooks, and she has led a series of book talks, with artists, publishers, and designers, for Aurora in addition to her curatorial and administrative duties.

 

Tags: Art, photography, nonprofit, Aurora Photocenter

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Oct

21

Thu
Thu, Oct 21, 2021 11:00 AM - Thu, Oct 21, 2021 12:30 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H6Pnk1NQQiWPMYG8K37x9w

Cooperative Coffees, in partnership with The Chain Collaborative, is excited to invite you to this event! In the coffee industry, the potential for carbon capture and carbon neutrality has gained considerable attention in recent years. This three-part webinar series is designed to contribute to the conversation by highlighting the science behind carbon-smart agriculture, the tools already in place for carbon measurement, and the opportunities for scaling carbon-neutral or net-zero approaches throughout the value stream.

The Series:
Oct. 21, 2021 From Climate-Smart to Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 4, 2021 Tools for Carbon-Smart Agriculture
Nov. 18, 2021 Scaling Carbon Solutions

Panelists & Moderator for the October 21st webinar:
Cristian Dubon – Founding Member, Board of Directors, COMSA
Michael King – Owner, Bean North Roasting Company
Dr. Cinzia Fissore – Associate Professor, Whittier College
Philip Schierning – Account Management, Soil and More Impacts
Monika Firl (Moderator) – Director of Sustainability, Cooperative Coffees

We hope you will join us!

Time
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.
Oct 21, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 4, 2021 11:00 AM
Nov 18, 2021 11:00 AM

Tags: Coffee Cooperatives, nonprofit, carbon-smart agriculture

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Oct

19

Tue
Tue, Oct 19, 2021 9:30 AM - Tue, Oct 19, 2021 11:00 AM @ IUPUI Herron School of Art + Design

Julian Jamaal Jones, a 2020 graduate of Herron School of Art and Design’s photography program, will give an artist talk on Oct. 19.

Jones is an African American interdisciplinary artist and fashion photographer. He received his B.F.A. in photography from IUPUI’s Herron School of Art and Design and is currently pursuing his M.F.A. in photography at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, under the tutelage of Chris Fraser.

This event is free and open to the public and is organized by Herron’s photography program. It will take place in HR 121 of Eskenazi Hall on the IUPUI campus.
Visitors can park in the Sports Complex Garage, which is adjacent to Eskenazi Hall, or on levels 5 and 6 of the Riverwalk Garage.

Masks are currently required at indoor events for the health and safety of the IU community.

Tags: Art, Artist Talk, Julian Jamaal Jones, fashion photographer

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Oct

17

Sun
Sun, Oct 17, 2021 3:00 PM - Sun, Oct 17, 2021 9:00 PM @ The Mousetrap Bar & Grill

This year’s Family Bluegrass Day at The Mousetrap is shaping up to be way too much fun. (Kids R Free)
Here’s some of what we have waiting for the kiddies (and you).

🍪 Cookie Decorating w/ Jenny
🌼 Pearl Plants Terrarium Making
😲 Face Painting w/ Joy
👕 Tie Dyes w/ Brandi
🖌 Fluid Art w/ Pour Hippies
🎃 #Free #Pumpkin Painting for all the kids!
🎶 Free Kazoos for 1st 40 kids!
🐫 Instrument Petting Zoo
➕ Hoola Hoops, Dancing 💃 and lots of music 🎶
⚡KIDS ARE FREE!!⚡

Sunday, Oct. 17th
3-9pm
All Ages!

Tags: Live Music, Art, vendors, Bluegrass Family Day

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Oct

16

Sat
Sat, Oct 16, 2021 4:00 PM - Sun, Oct 17, 2021 4:00 AM @ Healer

Coming Saturday October 16th to Healer all the way from 🛸Berlin 🛸 with Pure Sonik techno transmissions 📡.

DJ T-1000 (BPitch Control, Tresor Berlin, Pure Sonik Records)

with support by the entire THC crew:

AZA
John Scott
Wes Clay
Chris West

THC Indoor stage from 9pm until 4am

Outdoor stage weather permitting

will be open 4-10pm

featuring:
Neon Church
SHIBASCREAM
Jivewise
and friends

outdoor chill vibes after 10pm

#indianapolis #midwest #themidwestival #indiana #diy #underground #technomusic #techhouse #techno #rave #raver #safespace #musicislife #edmlovers #midwestisbest #naptown #microrave #universalvibe #housenation #indy #ravers #plurvibes #dj #sonictemple #thesonictemple #technohauteculture #BPitchBerlin #puresonik #tresorberlin

Tags: Live Music, Techno, festival, Art, Healer

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Oct

15

Fri
Fri, Oct 15, 2021 7:00 PM - Sat, Oct 16, 2021 1:00 AM @ Healer

Church Girls return to Healer on tour supporting their new record, joined by locals Zap Black & the Sixth Century Recovery Group & Senior Circuit.

Doors @ 7, Show @ 8

ONLY $10

All Ages, All the Time

MASKS AND PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIRED

*We will also accept a negative covid test from within 72 hours if you are ineligible for the vaccine.

Church Girls (Philly)
Philly four-piece Church Girls delivers propulsive melodies and achingly vulnerable lyrics wrapped in the throbbing anxiety of post-punk and joyous aggression of pop-punk. Their new record Still Blooms is out in October 2021.

https://churchgirls.bandcamp.com/

Sixth Century Future Recovery Group (Indy)
Sixth Century Future Recovery Group is to make music to art. It is the paint brush to the canvas as the instrument is to the musician. To create is to be alive, and to be alive is to be human. We embrace the humanity in music as it helps us create and reach what we long for that cannot be put into words but can be enacted in the music setting.

https://sixthcenturyfuturerecoverygroup.bandcamp.com/

Senior Circuit (Indy)
(formerly Founders) Rock n Roll

https://www.instagram.com/seniorcircuit/

Tags: Live Music, Art, Church Girls, Sixth Century Recovery Group, Mindfully Blind

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Oct

15

Fri
Fri, Oct 15, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Oct 15, 2021 10:00 PM @ StorageSpace

Join us for the opening of POSTS AND LANDSCAPES.

Marc Jacobson’s work has been exhibited in group shows across the U.S., including: “High Roads & Low Roads: Anthems, Dirges, Myths” at Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, an exhibition of work inspired by the American highway; “Otherworlds: Midwest Urban and Industrial Landscapes” at the SoFA Gallery of Indiana University; and in “Three Generations” at Elaine Erickson Gallery in Milwaukee. Solo exhibitions include at Allen Sheppard Gallery in New York, Taylor University in Upland, Indiana; and Columbia College, Columbia Missouri. Jacobson’s work has been represented in five issues of New American Paintings.

Jacobson taught painting for 31 years at Herron School of Art and Design. Prior to that, he did his undergrad and grad studies at UW-Milwaukee.

The view of shifting light and texture of Lake Michigan from the overlooking bluffs in Milwaukee may bear on an enduring attraction to parking lots.

Tags: Art, Marc Jacobson, Storage Space

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Oct

02

Sat
Sat, Oct 02, 2021 7:00 PM - Sat, Oct 02, 2021 9:00 PM @ https://www.facebook.com/Earthjustice/

Join us for a virtual celebration to commemorate Earthjustice’s 50th anniversary! Together, we’ll reflect on 50 years of partnership, landmark legal victories, and fighting for the future of our planet.

You’ll hear inspiring stories from Earthjustice leaders, attorneys, clients, and partners — plus special guest performances by:

– Hawai‘i’s Poet Laureate, Kealoha,

– Grammy Award-winning duo, Rodrigo y Gabriela,

– Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry, Ada Limón

And more to be announced!

Whether you’ve been with us since the beginning or are new to Earthjustice, we invite you to livestream the celebration free of charge, and share your stories with guests from all over the world in our interactive chat!

This event is open to the public and free of charge.

Main livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL8PGK8-08Q

Spanish subtitled version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVyfH-DA4eQ

Tags: nonprofit, social justice, sustainability, Earth Justice, 50th Anniversary

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Oct

01

Fri
Fri, Oct 01, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Oct 01, 2021 8:00 PM @ Homespun: Modern Handmade

Join Homespun for First Friday, October 1st from 6 to 8 pm as we welcome our October artist Molly Wolfe to our gallery wall!

We’ll provide snacks and treats and you’ll be the first to browse Molly’s one of a kind work. We’ll have her gallery on display and for sale through the month of October, but come out for the soft opening to meet the artist and see exclusive pieces.

About Molly Wolfe:
Emerging artist, Molly Wolfe is best known for her symmetrical watercolor paintings. Through a self-reflective lens, her work explores the relationship between memory and identity through the use of everyday objects, patterns, and symbolism. “My paintings’ ability to trigger a sense of familiarity and nostalgia is essential when understanding my work.” she says, “ Although the images presented will not make viewers recall the same stories as I do, the compositional arrangements will make each person consider their own connections to the objects and the memories they personally associate with them.” Her most recent work consists of large-scale, archival watercolor paintings on canvas focusing on imagery from her childhood spent in the midwest.

To see more of Molly’s work:
Instagram: @_mollywolfe_
Website: mollywolfeart.com
Twitter: @_mollywolfe

Tags: First Fridays, Art, Molly Wolfe

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Oct

01

Fri
Fri, Oct 01, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Oct 01, 2021 9:00 PM @ Long-Sharp Gallery

We hope you will join us for the first U.S. solo exhibition of works by Moira Cameron and Xavier Spiller-Cameron, the UK-based mother-and-son dynamic duo better known as Spiller + Cameron. The exhibit will consist of eighteen mixed media paintings from six series of works, each of which have a central and important quality – they are constructed from recycled materials.

The Indianapolis exhibit’s opening reception on October 1 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm is sponsored by Conrad Indianapolis. It is free and open to the public.

[[For the health and safety of our community, masks are required for those unvaccinated; given current CDC guidelines, masks are recommended for all.]]

Tags: Art, First Fridays, Moira Cameron and Xavier Spiller-Cameron

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Sep

22

Wed
Wed, Sep 22, 2021 3:00 PM - Wed, Sep 22, 2021 4:30 PM @ https://bit.ly/2XfCxSY

Are you looking to learn about intentional communities and get inspiration for your own future community? You’ve come to the right place!

Come learn the basics about intentional communities — where to find them, why they matter, and how to join the one that’s right for you. Get your questions answered and leave with practical tips. This is also a great opportunity to meet fellow community seekers from around the globe.

Cynthia is the Co-Director of the FIC and will offer a virtual tour of some of the hundreds of community projects she has visited or worked with worldwide. She’ll guide you through the ins and outs of life in community… and how to find the best match for you!

*Free!*
Register at: https://bit.ly/2XfCxSY

Tags: nonprofit, art, Live Music, sustainability, jazz

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Sep

19

Sun
Sun, Sep 19, 2021 2:30 PM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 4:00 PM @

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance

Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River

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Sep

18

Sat
Sat, Sep 18, 2021 7:30 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 10:00 PM @

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance

Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River

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Sep

18

Sat
Sat, Sep 18, 2021 1:00 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 2:30 PM @ https://www.facebook.com/events/577850473259986/

Maria E. Hamilton Abegunde-Remembering What I’d Rather Forget

Tags: storytelling, nonprofit, Big Car, Tube Factory Artspace, Art

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Sep

18

Sat
Sat, Sep 18, 2021 12:00 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 10:00 PM @

Think global and fest local at Global Fest coming to Indy in September 2021. Join us as we share traditions, honor heritage, and learn about cultures through food, music, art, and play.

Tags: Live Music, culture, food, art, Global Fest, nonprofit, Global Fest Indy

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Sep

17

Fri
Fri, Sep 17, 2021 7:30 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 10:00 PM @

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance

Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River

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Sep

17

Fri
Fri, Sep 17, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 10:00 PM @ StorageSpace

Brose will be sharing his personal work with us at Storage Space Gallery. Join us for this art opening that shows the artwork of a pillar in our art community.

“I am an artist focusing on kinetic sculpture. I have been particularly interested in motion because of the way it gives a sense of time, creates an unpredictable pattern, and demonstrates a history of growth or destruction. I have represented my ideas about movement through the use of motors, electronics, and the mechanisms I develop. My working process starts with a notion of an ideal object and a corresponding action that I want to represent, but as I begin to form the mechanism, a separate process occurs and a different entity is usually the result. Although the creation of the idea and the mechanism are distinctly different processes, if the work is successful, there is an inevitable and natural reconciliation of the two.”
Brose Partington

Tags: Art, gallery, Brose Partington, Storage Space

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Sep

16

Thu
Thu, Sep 16, 2021 7:30 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 10:00 PM @

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance

Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River

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Sep

12

Sun
Sun, Sep 12, 2021 5:00 PM - Sun, Sep 12, 2021 8:00 PM @ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/michael-kelsey-tickets-168969138241/

Our September house concert features local singer-songwriter and improv guitarist, Michael Kelsey.

Michael Kelsey brings a free-flowing improvisational style to the guitar that involves every inch of his instrument. From his funky, percussive playing style that conjures an image of a one-man version of STOMP to lush instrumentals reminiscent of Michael Hedges/Phil Keaggy, his performance blends multiple musical genres and vocals along with some techno fun to create a sound all his own. He is the winner of Guitar Center’s “Guitarmageddon”. Chosen from among 3,000 entrants the singer-songwriter performed at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads 2004 where he shared the stage with many legendary guitarists. Through out a performance Michael may make use of technology, his improv skills, objects in the room, and audience interaction to make music for the ears but more importantly a musical experience for the senses.

www.michaelkelsey.com

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
Little Flower Neighborhood Association
www.littleflowerindy.org

Carbon Neutral Indiana
carbonneutralindiana.org

Rhythm Discovery Center
rhythmdiscoverycenter.org

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We’re excited to welcome you to the monthly Little Flower House Concert. If you want to attend, please take note of the following…

THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS & HAS LIMITED SEATING. Claim your spot via EventBrite if you plan to attend. In the event of inclement weather, we will move the house concert inside.
GET TICKETS BELOW:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/michael-kelsey-tickets-168969138241/

*Attendance is a choice and you cannot hold others responsible for any sickness.

*Be respectful of the personal space of others.

*Masks (not required, do what makes you comfortable!) and hand sanitizer will be available in case you forget to bring your own.

* This is a kid-friendly event! We have a kids area with bubbles, hula hoops, bouncy balls, chalk, and more.

* BYOB. Bottled water and limited drinks will be available.

*Food will be provided by Weiner Dreams (vegetarian and vegan options available!). So bring cash to support this small business too and “Stick a wiener in your mouth!!” weinerdreams.com

*IF YOU ARE SICK STAY HOME. *For in-person attendees, this is an RSVP only event with a $20 suggested donation via tip jar. Donations are not required to attend but any amount will help support and thank our artists.

*Come grab a seat and settle in at 5pm when the doors open. We will get started at 6pm.

*We will also be live streaming this concert and accepting online donations.

Venmo = @LittleFlowerKati

PayPal = paypal.me/LittleFlowerKati

CashApp = $LittleFlowerKati

***All donations go directly to the artist. Support live music!***
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Join our email list and never miss an update or event:

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Tags: Live Music, art, Michael Kelsey, Little Flower House Concert Series

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Sep

11

Sat
Sat, Sep 11, 2021 7:30 PM - Sat, Sep 11, 2021 10:00 PM @

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance

Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River

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