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Jan

29

Sat
Sat, Jan 29, 2022 7:30 PM - Sat, Jan 29, 2022 8:30 PM @

Conducted by Music Director Matthew Kraemer

Continuing the tradition of presenting new works for the small orchestra, James Aikman’s ALARM!: Concerto for Saxophone Quartet will feature the PRISM Quartet. Hailed as a “bold ensemble that set the standard for contemporary-classical saxophone quartets” by The New York Times, PRISM has 200 premiere works to its credit and will be complemented with works by celebrated French composers.

Contact the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra at 317-940-9607 for personalized service with ticketing questions.

Tags: Live Music, classical, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, nonprofit

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Mar

19

Sat
Sat, Mar 19, 2022 7:30 PM - Sat, Mar 19, 2022 8:30 PM @

Conducted by Music Director Matthew Kraemer

Flashback to 1927 and the era of silent film. A pioneer of the science fiction film genre, Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, will be accompanied live by the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. This epic and visionary film stars Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel, and Gustav Frölich.

Tags: Live Music, classical, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, nonprofit

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Apr

23

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Sat, Apr 23, 2022 7:30 PM - Sat, Apr 23, 2022 8:30 PM @

Conducted by Music Director Matthew Kraemer

Sterling Elliott, the youngest Sphinx Competition Winner in history, is featured on Haydn’s Cello Concerto No. 2 in D Major. New York Concert Review acclaims “(The) very fine young cellist Sterling Elliott played …with perfect intonation, style, and total involvement.” Inspired by two great works of art, living composer Anna Clyne’s Sound and Fury, sets the stage while Richard Strauss’ Metamorphosen powerfully concludes the evening.

Contact the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra at 317-940-9607 for personalized service with ticketing questions.

Tags: Live Music, classical, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, nonprofit

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May

20

Fri
Fri, May 20, 2022 8:00 PM - Fri, May 20, 2022 9:00 PM @

Conducted by Music Director Matthew Kraemer

A collaborative celebration with Dance Kaleidoscope returns showcasing Bernstein, Brahms, Handel, and Kilar. Winner of the 2017 American Pianist Awards, Drew Petersen, joins the ICO and DK dancers with Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Major. Musical performances are set to David Hochoy’s choreography for a vibrant artistic experience.

Contact the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra at 317-940-9607 for personalized service with ticketing questions.

Tags: Live Music, classical, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, nonprofit

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Dec

18

Sat
Sat, Dec 18, 2021 5:00 PM - Sat, Dec 18, 2021 8:00 PM @ https://www.wqrt.org/

In this episode of Words & Music, Indianapolis author Susan Neville discusses her most recent collection of fiction stories — “The Town of Whispering Dolls” — and aspects of life in Indiana that inspired her work. This 2020 collection explores with care and detail the beauty, magic, darkness, danger, and depths of love and life that may go unnoticed in what some consider our “flyover state.”

Big Car executive director Jim Walker – himself a writer — talks with Neville. He produced this conversation blended with musical transitions and excerpts read by the author.

Neville, who was born in Indiana and also worked as a writing professor at Butler University, has published six nonfiction books and three short-story collections. Find more about her and her writing at www.susan-neville.com.

This is the fourth installment of Words and Music that previously highlighted Indiana writers Adrian Matejka, Etheridge Knight, and William Gass. In addition to airing on WQRT, Words and Music can also be found on Spotify and other streaming platforms.

Words and Music on WQRT is a series of audio programs highlighting the lives and work of Indiana Writers. The series — produced by Big Car Collaborative and first heard on our FM radio station, 99.1 WQRT and streaming at wqrt.org — is made possible by a grant from Indiana Humanities.

If you’d like to listen any time, the show is available here online as well:

https://open.spotify.com/episode/6nuKweEYZPidaJmaNKddqQ?si=0fe59469faee4677&nd=1

https://www.mixcloud.com/WQRT_Indianapolis/susanneville/

Tags: art, nonprofit, Big Car, Words & Music, Susan Neville, writing

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Dec

15

Wed
Wed, Dec 15, 2021 6:30 PM - Wed, Dec 15, 2021 8:00 PM @ https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tinyurl.com%2FNFCMeeting2022%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR18kEDp3p5RdjH0fVe5mgmeFDuf6EnEmemTArm9QsvAx-TjNGV-OKIeVws&h=AT2xUl9N4qNUtxfhzaG3Sa1kbJDcZ0sXng8YR791hUEWR0IXscIqOuKGaBV69Lk-lLUsUWysXEHi-1QzxC_M8pPCNTl8vZSB4l7Xkyxyy1BK_PxQZeVKDZ5ezr_PoG4yhJmkOPGbrSMBO42OwsU

Neighborhood Food Champions is a program to train, develop, and encourage underrepresented persons living in Marion County to actively participate in food-related issues in their neighborhood.

1-year program with 12 workshops, support, and project award for your food-related project.

This is an informational meeting about the program and the application process. You don’t have to attend to apply.

This is a program of the Centers of Wellness for Urban Women. Supported by the Office of Public Health and Safety – City of Indianapolis

Tags: nonprofit, Centers of Wellness for Urban Women, participate in food-related issues in their neighborhood

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Dec

14

Tue
Tue, Dec 14, 2021 6:30 PM - Tue, Dec 14, 2021 8:00 PM @ https://www.facebook.com/events/485551162862728/

LWV President, Cindy Bell, attended the COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland in November. Join us to hear her feedback on what she learned at the UN Climate Change Conference and what it means to life in the Hudson Valley.

Tags: nonprofit, League of Women Voters, COP26, Climate Change, Sustainability

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Dec

11

Sat
Sat, Dec 11, 2021 3:00 PM - Sat, Dec 11, 2021 5:00 PM @

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic CCFI will run as a CURBSIDE PICKUP ONLY at the west entrance of North United Methodist Church, at least through the end of the year. We’ve received additional requests to donate food and buy more from farmers so please consider buying/donating an extra share!

PLACE YOUR ORDER: CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG
Join us for a monthly community-led, 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, Elephant Gardens, Full Hand Farm, Johnnie Raber Farm and more.

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 3-5pm.

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

Tags: nonprofit, social justice, Kheprw Institute, Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), farm to table, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

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Dec

09

Thu
Thu, Dec 09, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, Dec 09, 2021 8:30 PM @ https://www.auroraphoto.org/events/online-conversation-2

This Is Bliss: A Photobook Case Study

Online Talk with Jon Horvath and Jennifer Yoffy

Thursday, December 9, 2021, 7PM EST

Free and open to the public

Registration required
To register, visit https://www.auroraphoto.org/events/

Join Aurora for an online discussion about the making of This Is Bliss, by Jon Horvath, to be co-published March 2022 by Yoffy Press and Fw: Books in an edition of 500. From creative choices to economic necessities, Jon Horvath and Jennifer Yoffy will talk about all stages of the project’s development, starting with the initial book concept to final (co)publication and distribution.

Tags: Art, photography, nonprofit, Aurora Photocenter

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Dec

05

Sun
Sun, Dec 05, 2021 7:00 PM - Sun, Dec 05, 2021 9:00 PM @

Indiana Forest Alliance is proud to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to the beautiful Rhinehart Recital Hall on the Purdue Fort Wayne campus. Doors open at 6:15pm for a night of environmentally-focused short films meant to inspire the activist in everyone.

The films will run approximately 2hrs with a short intermission halfway through for concessions and door prizes. Tickets will be available at the door. General admission is $20. Student tickets will be on sale for $15 with a valid student ID.

Learn more: https://indianaforestalliance.org/fun/wild-scenic-film-festival/

Tags: nonprofit, benefit, sustainability, Indiana Forest Alliance

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Dec

05

Sun
Sun, Dec 05, 2021 7:00 PM - Sun, Dec 05, 2021 11:00 PM @ https://umano.sparqfest.live/

Welcome to our inaugural film festival! This FREE, first-of-its-kind event will build empathy and inspire action for humans, animals, and the environment!
More than 700 talented filmmakers from across the globe answered our call for films that build holistic empathy. From those incredible entries, our judges chose 25+ official selections for our film festival.

Join us for our Feature Event on December 5th when we showcase the 11 finalists and announce the award winners. All official selections will be available for on-demand viewing until January 5th.

Get your free ticket here:
https://umano.sparqfest.live/

Tags: nonprofit, film festival Umano

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Dec

04

Sat
Sat, Dec 04, 2021 12:00 PM - Sat, Dec 04, 2021 2:30 PM @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv-TXOfI7vg

Does identity politics as it is currently manifesting itself offer a suitable avenue towards social justice, or has it become a recipe for cultural antagonism, political polarization, and new forms of injustice?

Panel: Judith Butler, Cornel West, Glenn Greenwald.

Moderator: Simon Critchley.

Livestream: https://youtu.be/Sv-TXOfI7vg

Questions for the panelists may be submitted before or during the event, on the following link:
https://skjemaker.app.uib.no/view.php?id=11367689

More information: https://holbergprisen.no/en/2021-holberg-debate-identity-politics-and-culture-wars

Tags: nonprofit, social justice, Identity Politics and Culture Wars, panel discussion

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Dec

04

Sat
Sat, Dec 04, 2021 9:00 AM - Sat, Dec 04, 2021 12:00 PM @ Garfield Park - Macallister Amphitheater

The weather is finally looking favorable for one last push to finish the first Bean Creek waterway cleanup in at least 10 years! Our (fifth? sixth?) cleanup will take more people than usual as we clean in-water from the conservatory footbridge to Southern.

Any folks who’d like to clean up the banks are welcome as well; we’ll have cleanup gear for you! Let’s get this done.

Tags: Bean Creak waterway cleanup, nonprofit, volunteering

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Nov

30

Tue
Tue, Nov 30, 2021 7:00 PM - Tue, Nov 30, 2021 8:30 PM @ https://bit.ly/32qBulF

Join us for an evening of entertainment and quality time with the FIC team and fellow communitarians. We’ll also be joined by musical guests Grace Statwick and Barbra McAfee.
In addition to our exciting musical performances, you’ll be the first to hear about the programs we’re rolling out next year and new ways you can support the communities movement.
Our It Takes a Village campaign is working to raise $45,000 by the end of the year to fund core projects that will bring intentional communities into the spotlight of necessary solutions and empower a movement of communications.

Now more than ever we need strong intentional communities to overcome the challenges facing our world so that future generations can thrive.
Join us for the live music, the fun, the camaraderie (and of course, the raffle!) Consider a donation at any level.

*Free, please register to join us on Zoom.
Reservations: bit.ly/32qBulF

Tags: nonprofit, sustainability, Foundation for Intentional Community

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Nov

30

Tue
Tue, Nov 30, 2021 6:30 PM - Tue, Nov 30, 2021 8:00 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84059285206

This Books, Booze & Brains discussion will only take place virtually.

Zoom information:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84059285206

Meeting ID: 840 5928 5206

Join us for this month’s book discussion:
Book: “Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics” by Richard H. Thaler

Experts: Dr. Tin-Chun Lin and Dr. Subir Bandyopadhyay, Indiana University Northwest

See the full schedule here:
https://indianahumanities.org/programs/books-booze-brains/

Books, Booze & Brains is presented in partnership by Indiana Humanities, Central Indiana Science Outreach, March for Science Indianapolis, Indiana Sciences and Indianapolis Public Library

Tags: nonprofit, science, Indiana Humanities, Books, Booze & Brains

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Nov

27

Sat
Sat, Nov 27, 2021 5:00 PM - Sat, Nov 27, 2021 11:45 PM @ Black Circle

Back for its fifth year, six of Indy’s best bands join forces to benefit area domestic violence-prevention nonprofits including Coburn Place, The Julian Center, Eskinazi Center for Hope and more. SAT, NOV 27 at BLACK CIRCLE BREWERY, All-Ages, Proof of Vaccination or negative Covid test result within 72 hours required. This year’s contributing artists to include BROTHER O BROTHER, PAPA WARFLEIGH’S FUNK REVIVAL, 3 AM BLUES BAND, GYPSY MOONSHINE, GHOSTS OF KIN, CYRUS YOUNGMAN, MONIQUE RUST, CHRIS WOLF and AARON MCDONALD ~ with 100% of proceeds going directly to the nonprofits.

In its 5 years, Night of the Comet has raised over $15,000 for area nonprofits, and we are thankful to Black Circle for hosting this year’s benefit.

Cover just $7, with music 5 pm to midnight. Thank you, friends and allies, for being a part of the change!

Tags: nonprofit, Live Music, art, BROTHER O BROTHER, PAPA WARFLEIGH’S FUNK REVIVAL, 3 AM BLUES BAND, GYPSY MOONSHINE, GHOSTS OF KIN, CYRUS YOUNGMAN, MONIQUE RUST, CHRIS WOLF and AARON MCDONALD, nonprofit

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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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Nov

13

Sat
Sat, Nov 13, 2021 9:00 AM - Sat, Nov 13, 2021 2:00 PM @ Indianapolis Zoo

Eliminate your outdated electronics in an environmentally friendly way during Power Recycling Day presented by Technology Recyclers.

From 9am-2pm on Saturday, Nov. 13, bring your cell phones, computers, video game systems, tablets and other e-waste to the Zoo’s parking lot. Staff from Technology Recyclers will be available to make vehicle unloading fast, simple and safe.

Most electronics will be accepted free of charge. There is a $20 processing fee for televisions and monitors. Large appliances will not be accepted.

A more complete list of acceptable items is available our website: http://bit.ly/2yWsORu

Tags: e-scrap, e-waste, electronics disposal and recycling, nonprofit, Recycle Force

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Nov

12

Fri
Fri, Nov 12, 2021 7:30 PM - Fri, Nov 12, 2021 9:30 PM @ Madam Walker Legacy Center

Made Possible by: REI Real Estate, Ron & Jeannie Tedrow, Steve and Debbie McNear, Dr. Bob Boeglin & Kathy Campbell, Alex & Irena Goloschokin, Dr. Stan & Alice Hillis, IUPUI & the Madame Walker Theater Center, Owl Music Group

A musical journey through the life and career of humanitarian, entrepreneur, and master musician Kenny Phelps. This evening will feature Kenny Banks Jr., on piano and multi-instrumentalist Hamilton Hardin, plus next-generation jazz icons, Skyler Floe on trumpet, Dorian Phelps on drums, Andrew Danforth on trombone, and Graham Helft on guitar. An incredible collection of artists and music lovers influenced by Phelps’ continuing legacy and inspired by his life.

The musical director for this project is Hamilton Hardin, Columbus, OH based music genius who has been a long time working partner with Phelps. Additional compositions will be contributed by pianist Kenny Banks Jr., a crowd-favorite finalist at the American Pianists Association’s jazz piano competition and is featured in the newly released Aretha Franklin documentary starring Jennifer Hudson.

Kenny Phelps – drums / composer
Kenny Banks Jr – piano / composer
Hamilton Hardin – saxophone / guitar
Skyler Floe – trumpet
Dorian Phelps – drums
Andrew Danforth – trombone
Graham Helft – guitar

This presentation represents one of two projects that make up the Indy Jazz Fest 2021 Commission Series.

Tags: Live Music, jazz, Indy Jazz Fest, nonprofit, Kenny Phelps

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Nov

12

Fri
Fri, Nov 12, 2021 1:00 PM - Fri, Nov 12, 2021 2:00 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88336906526#success

Join renowned Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg scholar, writer and artist, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, who has been widely recognized as one of the most compelling Indigenous voices of her generation. Simpson and Big Car Co-founder and Director of Programming, Shauta Marsh will discuss her most recent book “Noopiming: A Cure For White Ladies” The book is available for purchase from House of Anansi Press and University of Minnesota Press.

Her work breaks open the intersections between politics, story and song—bringing audiences into a rich and layered world of sound, light, and sovereign creativity.

Working for two decades as an independent scholar using Nishnaabeg intellectual practices, Leanne has lectured and taught extensively at universities across Canada and the United States and has twenty years experience with Indigenous land based education. She holds a PhD from the University of Manitoba, and teaches at the Dechinta Centre for Research & Learning in Denendeh.

Leanne is the author of seven previous books, including her new novel Noopiming: The Cure for White Ladies (US release from UMP February 2021), which was named a best book of the year by the Globe and Mail, and was short listed for the Governor General’s Literary Award for fiction.

About “Noopiming: A Cure For White Ladies”

Mashkawaji (they/them) lies frozen in the ice, remembering a long-ago time of hopeless connection and now finding freedom and solace in isolated suspension. They introduce us to the seven main characters: Akiwenzii, the old man who represents the narrator’s will; Ninaatig, the maple tree who represents their lungs; Mindimooyenh, the old woman who represents their conscience; Sabe, the giant who represents their marrow; Adik, the caribou who represents their nervous system; Asin, the human who represents their eyes and ears; and Lucy, the human who represents their brain. Each attempts to commune with the unnatural urban-settler world, a world of SpongeBob Band-Aids, Ziploc baggies, Fjällräven Kånken backpacks, and coffee mugs emblazoned with institutional logos. And each searches out the natural world, only to discover those pockets that still exist are owned, contained, counted, and consumed. Cut off from nature, the characters are cut off from their natural selves. Noopiming is Anishinaabemowin for “in the bush,” and the title is a response to English Canadian settler and author Susanna Moodie’s 1852 memoir Roughing It in the Bush. To read Simpson’s work is an act of decolonization, degentrification, and willful resistance to the perpetuation and dissemination of centuries-old colonial myth-making. It is a lived experience. It is a breaking open of the self to a world alive with people, animals, ancestors, and spirits, who are all busy with the daily labours of healing — healing not only themselves, but their individual pieces of the network, of the web that connects them all together. Enter and be changed.

Photo Credit: Aaron Mason

Made possible by the Arts Midwest Gig Fund.

Tags: nonprofit, Big Car, art, book discussion

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Nov

10

Wed
Wed, Nov 10, 2021 8:00 PM - Wed, Nov 10, 2021 9:30 PM @ https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Q1WWt-7sSt6P25e-sxYytQ

Join us for our second live discussion and wine tasting with TILIA Wines. Every bottle of TILIA wine carries a commitment to sustainability as a way of life. This includes social sustainability: people enrich the land, and TILIA enriches its people. Guillermina Van Houten will explain how TILIA Wines supports its local community in Argentina with programs to ensure that all thrive as one. Winemaker Gonzalo Llensa will guide our tasting of TILIA wines, which may be purchased in advance at wine.com or at your local wine store.

Find TILIA on social media @tiliawines!

Tags: nonprofit, Slow Food USA, sustainability, wine, TILIA Wines

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Nov

10

Wed
Wed, Nov 10, 2021 11:00 AM - Wed, Nov 10, 2021 2:30 PM @ https://www.ancienttreearchive.org/25th-anniversary-event/

For the past 25 years, David Milarch and the Archangel Ancient Tree Archive team have been on a quest to clone the largest, oldest, and most important trees on the planet. We need to save our old-growth forests and ecosystems while sharing the hopeful message that each of us can make a difference in reversing climate change. There is so much we have yet to learn about trees, but one thing is certain: as the planet changes, trees are the answer. Our vision is to be a global leader in old-growth forest restoration.

Please join us for an illuminating presentation and celebration. Support our groundbreaking work to protect and restore Champion Trees to our forests and our Earth to create the best future possible for our grandchildren and their grandchildren!

At this virtual event, you’ll get an inside look into our 25-year history, highlights on what is coming next, and a sneak peek behind the scenes of our propagating operations. See what it’s like to join one of our expeditions, meet our team, and even fellow tree-lovers from around the world!

Tags: nonprofit, Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, sustainability, eco-justice, 25 Anniversary Gala

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Nov

09

Tue
Tue, Nov 09, 2021 6:00 PM - Tue, Nov 09, 2021 7:30 PM @ https://bit.ly/3AbVyn4

Community stakeholders join together at this panel discussion to talk about how they’re are incorporating equity, diversity and inclusion into the work their organizations are doing. Come to this virtual event and hear about their efforts, how EDI work is shaping Johnson County and ask questions.

Featured panelists include:
-Dr. Patrick Spray, Superintendent Clark Pleasant School Corporation
-Dr. Maegan Pollonais, Director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Franklin College
-Rev. Dr. Hannah Adams Ingram, Director of Religious Life and Chaplain at Franklin College
-Teresa Voorhees, Clinical Social Worker at Johnson Memorial Hospital

Register through Eventbrite to receive a Zoom link: https://bit.ly/3AbVyn4

About Spirit & Place: The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 4-14) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities and religion play in community life. It is housed in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.

Learn more at spiritandplace.org.

Tags: nonprofit, Spirit & Place, equity, diversity, and inclusion, social justice

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Nov

08

Mon
Mon, Nov 08, 2021 7:00 PM - Mon, Nov 08, 2021 8:30 PM @

What do the Bible, the Torah, the Qur’an, and Sacred Music say about change? How do we hold space for grief and still find opportunities for joy and growth?

Sacred texts are collections of stories about human experiences and how they interact with the divine. They reveal a God who is an experiential teacher. People are given seemingly impossible situations- changes they did not seek- and yet find ways to persevere, even thrive. These texts give us hope that with unexpected and dramatic life changes, we will find that we are not the first- nor likely the last- to navigate a “new normal.”

Singing, as they say, is to pray twice. Music can soothe the savage beast, inspire groups, move us to tears, and energize our bodies and spirits. Sacred music adds an emotional component to our stories, helps deepen our connection to them, and often moves our spirit to feel them further than simply hearing them.

A partnership between Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, Progressive Baptist Church, and Masjid al-Mumineen as part of the Spirit & Place Festival.
While this is a free event, registration is required. We encourage anyone who has a high risk for COVID-19, including unvaccinated individuals, to join us virtually.

ABOUT SPIRIT & PLACE. The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 4-14) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion play in community life and is housed in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more at spiritandplace.org.

Tags: nonprofit, Spirit & Place, coping with change

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