Independent Music + Art Festival 2021

Independent Music + Art Festival 2021Independent Music + Art Festival 2021

Sat, Jun 19, 2021 12:00 PM – Sat, Jun 19, 2021 8:00 PM Independent Music + Art Festival 2021

Where: Harrison Center

Harrison Center 1505 N Delaware St Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

Held in Indy’s Old Northside neighborhood, this festival highlights the best independent local and regional musicians, visual artists, food vendors, and crafters. Founded in 2002, IMAF celebrates musicians who perform original live music and artists who create original work.

In the courtyard of the Harrison Center, two stages feature continuous music throughout the day. Rusty Redenbacher returns as emcee of the music portion of the event. An exciting line-up from a wide range of musical genres is in store for attendees.

The 2021 IMAF band line-up includes:
Seaux Chill: 12:00-12:35
Flatland Harmony Experiment: 12:40-1:15
Public Universal Friend: 1:20-1:55
Yadin Kol: 2:00-2:35
The Brother’s Footman: 2:40-3:15
Sheeza: 3:20-3:55
Mr. Kinetik: 4:00-4:35
Brother O’ Brother: 4:40-5:15
Ross Hollow: 5:20-5:55
Moxxie: 6:00-6:35
Allison Victoria: 6:40-7:15
Clint Breeze: 7:20-8:00

Inside the building and surrounding the Harrison Center, socially distanced vendors peddle their wares in the juried INDIEana Handicraft Exchange Summer Show. This contemporary craft fair consciously celebrates modern handmade goods, the relationship between creator and consumer, and local, alternative economies. IHE highlights local crafters and artisans as well as exposes Indianapolis to some of the best vendors on the national indie craft fair map.

Inside the Harrison Center, our galleries feature work by Jonathan McAffee, Michael Graves, Dee Dee Bernhardt, Barb Knuckles, Lorie Lee Andrews, Kristin Schoonveld, and Senior Painting Majors of Herron School of Art + Design.

A variety of food trucks will provide delicious food options and Sun King will also be providing beverages. ArtMix returns with their popular “Here’s the Scoop!” ice cream fundraiser in partnership with BRICS.
To honor Juneteenth, which falls on the same date as IMAF this year, we will have a free roller skating on a pop up rink in the Harrison Center gym. On the east side of the building, will be a participatory drum circle led by Josh Stodtman with appearances by Dr. Djo-Bi.

As part of the Harrison Center’s Cultural Entrepreneur Initiative, this year’s festival is coordinated by Herron High School junior, Amira Vanest. The Cultural Entrepreneur Initiative was created to give high school and college students the opportunity to learn and practice the five steps of cultural entrepreneurship: seeing a need, taking a risk, leveraging resources, investing energy and networking to build culture in Indianapolis.

With support from: Pepper Construction, Sun King Brewery, Plat Collective, the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the City of Indianapolis, Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, Indiana Arts Commission, Core Development, the Speck Fund, and the Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation.

Event tags: Live Music, nonprofit, social justice

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June 19, 2021 12:00 PM
June 19, 2021 8:00 PM
America/Indianapolis
Sat, Jun 19, 2021 Independent Music + Art Festival 2021

Held in Indy’s Old Northside neighborhood, this festival highlights the best independent local and regional musicians, visual artists, food vendors, and crafters. Founded in 2002, IMAF celebrates musicians who perform original live music and artists who create original work.

In the courtyard of the Harrison Center, two stages feature continuous music throughout the day. Rusty Redenbacher returns as emcee of the music portion of the event. An exciting line-up from a wide range of musical genres is in store for attendees.

The 2021 IMAF band line-up includes:
Seaux Chill: 12:00-12:35
Flatland Harmony Experiment: 12:40-1:15
Public Universal Friend: 1:20-1:55
Yadin Kol: 2:00-2:35
The Brother’s Footman: 2:40-3:15
Sheeza: 3:20-3:55
Mr. Kinetik: 4:00-4:35
Brother O’ Brother: 4:40-5:15
Ross Hollow: 5:20-5:55
Moxxie: 6:00-6:35
Allison Victoria: 6:40-7:15
Clint Breeze: 7:20-8:00

Inside the building and surrounding the Harrison Center, socially distanced vendors peddle their wares in the juried INDIEana Handicraft Exchange Summer Show. This contemporary craft fair consciously celebrates modern handmade goods, the relationship between creator and consumer, and local, alternative economies. IHE highlights local crafters and artisans as well as exposes Indianapolis to some of the best vendors on the national indie craft fair map.

Inside the Harrison Center, our galleries feature work by Jonathan McAffee, Michael Graves, Dee Dee Bernhardt, Barb Knuckles, Lorie Lee Andrews, Kristin Schoonveld, and Senior Painting Majors of Herron School of Art + Design.

A variety of food trucks will provide delicious food options and Sun King will also be providing beverages. ArtMix returns with their popular “Here’s the Scoop!” ice cream fundraiser in partnership with BRICS.
To honor Juneteenth, which falls on the same date as IMAF this year, we will have a free roller skating on a pop up rink in the Harrison Center gym. On the east side of the building, will be a participatory drum circle led by Josh Stodtman with appearances by Dr. Djo-Bi.

As part of the Harrison Center’s Cultural Entrepreneur Initiative, this year’s festival is coordinated by Herron High School junior, Amira Vanest. The Cultural Entrepreneur Initiative was created to give high school and college students the opportunity to learn and practice the five steps of cultural entrepreneurship: seeing a need, taking a risk, leveraging resources, investing energy and networking to build culture in Indianapolis.

With support from: Pepper Construction, Sun King Brewery, Plat Collective, the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the City of Indianapolis, Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, Indiana Arts Commission, Core Development, the Speck Fund, and the Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation.


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