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Nov

14

Sun
Sun, Nov 14, 2021 2:00 PM - Sun, Nov 14, 2021 3:30 PM @ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leave-them-something-spirit-place-festival-performance-tickets-170467549028?aff=efbeventtix

Writers read their poetry, short fiction and essays selected for an online anthology inspired by Edith Vonnegut’s paintings, which reference environmental justice and the effects of climate change on future generations, and Dance Kaleidoscope performs choreographed dances based on these submissions.

The performance will be video on demand, available beginning Sun, Nov 14 at 2 pm through Nov 28. The link to Dance Kaleidoscope’s webpage with the video will be made available to registrants on the Online Event Page on Eventbrite. If you are registering prior to Nov 14, you will receive reminder emails two days, two hours and 10 minutes prior to the video’s premiere. If you are registering after Nov 14, you will be able to access the video immediately via the link to the Online Event Page here and in your confirmation email.

Part of the Spirit & Place Festival and JCC Indianapolis’ 23rd Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts. The 23rd annual Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts is a month-long, all-virtual festival featuring well-known authors, award-winning films and performing arts events. For a full list of events, visit JCCindy.org/festival-books-arts.

See more of the Ann Katz Festival and pay less with the Festival Pass! If you’re planning to see multiple events, you can save by purchasing a Festival Pass for $30. (Please note that the Festival Pass includes all events but does not include books. As with general admission tickets, price is per household for virtual viewing.). Purchase the pass at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leave-them-something-spirit-place-festival-performance-tickets-170467549028?aff=efbeventtix

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.

The JCC’s 23rd annual Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts is made possible with funding from the Irwin and Ann Katz Cultural Arts and Education Endowment Fund and our major festival sponsors The Herbert Simon Family Foundation, Lilly Endowment Inc., The National Bank of Indianapolis, Katz Sapper & Miller and Christel DeHaan Family Foundation.

Tags: Writers read their poetry, short fiction and essays selected for an online anthology inspired by Edith Vonnegut’s paintings, which reference environmental justice and the effects of climate change on future generations, and Dance Kaleidoscope performs choreographed dances based on these submissions

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Nov

12

Fri
Fri, Nov 12, 2021 7:00 PM - Fri, Nov 12, 2021 8:30 PM @ Tube Factory artspace

A part of the Spirit & Place Festival

Presented by Indianapolis Movement Arts Collective and Big Car

This project is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Crane Group.

Masks are required for all attendees and volunteers. The performer will be unmasked. Limited Capacity Seating.

Photo Credit: Bryan Kwon
Change is a central element to the avant-garde Japanese dance form of Butoh. As a part of the Spirit & Place Festival, choreographer and performer Vangeline presents an original work, Eternity 123 , that asks audiences to see Butoh as a way to transmute the pain and discord of societal shifts into art.

Eternity 123, is the third installment of a feminist dance triptych choreographed and performed by Vangeline. Eternity 123 traces the symbolic journey of women’s emancipation across time. With this piece, Vangeline also celebrates the impact of women on the art form of Butoh, and “cabaret.”

Behind all significant cultural movement and changes in history, the lives of countless women can be found, as well as countless voices that have been silenced. As we challenge our collective memory by telling their stories, we redefine the importance of women’s participation in society.

Butoh is a hybrid form of dance theater that came out of Post WWII Japan. Butoh links physical and spiritual practices from around the globe and accounts for aging of differently abled bodies as well as the energetic qualities of youth. Drawing from many Eastern spiritual traditions, Butoh revalues darkness as a transformative agent and an integral aspect to growth, healing and transformation for both performer and audience alike.

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: dance, performance art, Spirit & Place

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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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Nov

06

Sat
Sat, Nov 06, 2021 1:00 PM - Sat, Nov 06, 2021 4:00 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - 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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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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Put yourself at the site where the monument stood in a new way with an interactive VR program guided by the 3D/VR Initiative at University Library—IUPUI. Visitors will use virtual reality headsets to conceptualize their own public art experience by virtually painting and constructing 3D spaces.

Nov 6 | Sat | 1 – 4 PM | Free | #27393

This program is part of our November exhibit: Monumental Changes: History and Power in Public Art, which is part of the 2021 Spirit and Place Festival: Changes
(https://www.spiritandplace.org)

Tags: Virtual Reality, art, Spirit & Place, nonprofit

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Nov

05

Fri
Fri, Nov 05, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Nov 05, 2021 9:00 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - 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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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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Part of the 2021 Spirit and Place Festival: Changes

(https://www.spiritandplace.org)

Event is free, but pre-registration is required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/monumental-changes-history-and-power-in-public-art-panel-discussion-tickets-169724832543

EXHIBIT OPENING (6-9 PM) & PANEL DISCUSSION (7 PM):

Explore the role of power and memory in public art. Learn about the history, controversy, and recent removal of a Confederate monument in Garfield Park and envision an equitable future for the site through this exhibition and panel discussion featuring Dr. Paul Mullins, Jordan Ryan, and Danicia Monét.

The exhibition will include historical information about the Confederate monument in Garfield Park as well as examination of the role of monuments as public art – and the power of public art in (re)shaping memory. Both the exhibit and panel discussion will invite the public to envision a more equitable future for the site, including an interactive VR component guided by the 3D/VR Initiative at University Library—IUPUI.

A partnership between Garfield Park Arts Center and students at IU School of Liberal Arts Museum Studies Program at IUPUI, and Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI.
The exhibit will be up from Nov. 5-17 and available for viewing from 10 AM-5 PM, Tuesday through Saturday.

Tags: Spirit & Place, art, panel discussion, First Friday

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Nov

10

Sun
Sun, Nov 10, 2019 4:30 PM - Sun, Nov 10, 2019 6:00 PM @ Shelton Auditorium | Butler Arts Center

*This event has reached seating capacity. Guests who have RSVP’d through Eventbrite will be seated on a first come, first serve basis. An RSVP does not guarantee a seat. Any walk-in guest will be seated if seats are available beginning at 4:25 p.m.

Nikole Hannah-Jones is an award-winning investigative reporter
covering racial injustice for The New York Times Magazine. A 2016 Peabody Award winner for her series on school segregation for “This American Life” and 2017 MacArthur Fellow, Hannah-Jones was most recently the lead journalist for The 1619 Project.

Join us as we use history, poetry, and music to anchor a conversation about why it is time to revolutionize the way we talk about our past. About how it is a moral imperative we re-frame conversations on history, society, and race in order to address systemic injustices. America’s traditional origin stories don’t work for everyone and now is the time to wrestle with the meaning of who we are and who we want to be in order to bring America closer to its promises.

Tags: a conversation about why it is time to revolutionize the way we talk about our past, Spirit & Place

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Nov

10

Sun
Sun, Nov 10, 2019 2:00 PM - Sun, Nov 10, 2019 3:30 PM @ Center for Inquiry | Indiana (CFI)

In the past, sci-fi media has catered to white males. Fandom is evolving to be more diverse, but, as seen in recent Twitter harassment of Star Wars actors and controversy at the Hugo awards, not everyone reacts well to change. Our panel of experts will discuss how we got here and where we are going.

PANEL
Leah Leach, Gal’s Guide to the Galaxy
Maurice Broaddus, fantasy and horror author
Michelle Mussoni, cosplayer
Miranda Montooth, Starbase Indy staff organizer and advocate
moderated by Lisa Meece, CEO Starbase Indy

PRESENTED BY

Starbase Indy, Gal’s Guide to the Galaxy, Center For Inquiry Indiana, Indy Youth Group

ABOUT SPIRIT & PLACE

The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 1 – 10) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion plan in community life. Spirit & Place is a legacy project of The Polis Center and part of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more and check out other festival events at spiritandplace.org.

FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Street parking is free on Sundays. Take stairs down to canal level or use the elevator at the canal on New York Street. We also have access to a parking garage with a back entrance into the center. For any parking difficulties or directions, call 317-423-0710.

CFI Indiana is on Bus Routes 3, 6, 10, 15, 34 & 37

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

The phone number at CFI is 317-423-0710, or you may email [email protected]

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You do not need to bring your ticket to the event

Tags: panel discussion, diversity in sci-fi, Leah Leach, Maurice Broaddus, Michelle Mussoni

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Nov

10

Sun
Sun, Nov 10, 2019 2:00 PM - Sun, Nov 10, 2019 4:00 PM @ JCC Indianapolis

A juxtaposition of social the justice climate of yesterday and today interpreted through poetry and dance.

How have our views on issues like race, inequality, climate change, gender, and immigration changed through the course of history? How have poets interpreted these views? The Indiana Writers Center has combed their online literary journal, “Flying Island,” and other sources for work from the recent and not so recent past to juxtapose with contemporary writing submitted by Central Indiana residents in an anthology released during the festival. Dance Kaleidoscope dancers will create a visual comparison of these selections through original choreography presented at the JCC on Sunday, November 10th. Performance attendees will also have the opportunity to create their own “blackout” or “book” poems in a guided art-making experience with Indianapolis Art Center teaching artists. Through this program we hope to explore the evolution of our community’s ideas, values, and revolutionary thoughts.

Parking in the JCC parking lot is free. If parking in the back lot, enter through door 5. If parking in the front lot adjacent to Hoover Rd., enter through door 3.

RSVPs encouraged by Nov. 9.

Presented by JCC Indianapolis, Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council, Dance Kaleidoscope, Indiana Writers Center, Indianapolis Art Center, and PEN America.

Tags: A juxtaposition of social the justice climate of yesterday and today interpreted through poetry and dance, JCC Indianapolis, Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council, Dance Kaleidoscope, Indiana Writers Center, Indianapolis Art Center, and PEN America

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Nov

10

Sun
Sun, Nov 10, 2019 12:15 PM - Sun, Nov 10, 2019 2:00 PM @ HTCI Hindu Temple

Immigrants to the United States bring their religion, art, and culture with them, but connections to these things change over time. You are invited to listen in as Hindu youth and elders discuss and debate the evolution of their culture in America. Free event with optional lunch for $5.

Tags: listen in as Hindu youth and elders discuss and debate the evolution of their culture in America, Religion

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Nov

09

Sat
Sat, Nov 09, 2019 6:30 PM - Sat, Nov 09, 2019 8:00 PM @ Bellfound Farm Marketplace

Film screening highlighting the stories of women who have experienced incarceration, followed by small group discussions hosted over s’mores! Limited space. Please RSVP and consider carpooling or using public transit. (IndyGo #16 stops directly in front of the Marketplace!)

Tags: Film screening highlighting the stories of women who have experienced incarceration

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Nov

09

Sat
Sat, Nov 09, 2019 1:00 PM - Sat, Nov 09, 2019 4:00 PM @ Carriage House East Apartments of Indianapolis

Celebrate and create with grassroots leaders in maternal and child health as they create a pop-up museum aimed to educate on community efforts to improve birth outcomes. This event honors the vital relationship between healthy communities and healthy pregnancies.

Tags: community efforts to improve birth outcomes, healthy communities and healthy pregnancies

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Nov

08

Fri
Fri, Nov 08, 2019 7:00 PM - Fri, Nov 08, 2019 9:00 PM @ The Church Within

Hear the voices of currently and formerly incarcerated men and women presented through readings that explore life beyond incarceration. How does one “evolve” beyond the walls? And what do you do to grow as a person within the walls? After the readings, there will be a facilitated discussion with a Q&A session.

Tags: Hear the voices of currently and formerly incarcerated men and women, Spirit & Place

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Nov

08

Fri
Fri, Nov 08, 2019 5:30 PM - Fri, Nov 08, 2019 8:00 PM @ The Reset Center

Lets C.H.A.T. with 16 local artists, community builders, and art facilitators around violence and/or health disparities.

Featured Artists:

Manon Voice – Spoken Word

Anthony Radford – Artist

Januarie York – Spoken Word

Gary Gee – Artist

Rae Parker– Artist

Diop Adisa – Music Artist/Producer

Eric D. Saunders – Spoken Word

Richard Samuels – Spoken Word

Mijiza Holiday – Fine Arts/Spoken Word

Lance C. Parker – Artist

Synergy – Spoken Word

Michael Jordan “Alkemi” – Artist

Ryan L. Bennett – Fine Arts/Spoken Word

E. Joyce Moore – Artist/Writer

Ace Williams – Music Artist

Omar Rashan – Artist

WHO:

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis, CAGI and it’s We CANN-C.H.A.T. program, Spirit and Place, 16 local artist, 10 trauma informed community facilitators and the Indianapolis Community.

WHEN:

Friday, November 8, 2019

· 530PM – Doors Open
· Welcome/Introductions
· Mix & Mingle Among Artist
· Multiple Artist Conversations Simultaneously
· 800PM-Event Ending
WHY:

To spark healing in individuals that will radiate to their families, the neighborhood and city.

CHAT: Culture, Heart, Art & Talk
Creating a safe space to witness transformative art and share issues of the heart in pursuit of social justice and equality for ALL. Join Artist-led group discussions and healing circles to target solutions of chronic violence and health disparities plaguing our community.

Walk-ins welcome. RSVPs encouraged by Nov. 8th.

Presented by:

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis, CAGI

ABOUT SPIRIT & PLACE

The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 1 – 10) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion plan in community life. Spirit & Place is a legacy project of The Polis Center and part of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more and check out other festival events at spiritandplace.org.

FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Bus: From the Downtown Transit Center, Bus #5 to Andrew J. Brown Ave. & 16th St. Walk 12 minutes to Spades Park Branch Library.

Parking: Will be available at this location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact Omar Jones: [email protected], 970.317.2428

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Printer or mobile ticket preferred, but we will have a list of RSVP’d attendees at the event.

Presented by:

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis as part of the Spirit & Place Festival.

ABOUT SPIRIT & PLACE

The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 1 – 10) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion plan in community life. Spirit & Place is a legacy project of The Polis Center and part of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more and check out other festival events at spiritandplace.org.

C.H.A.T. Culture, Heart, Art & Talk
Creating a safe space to witness transformative art and share issues of the heart in pursuit of social justice and equality for ALL. Join Artist-led group discussions and healing circles to target solutions of chronic violence and health disparities plaguing our community.

Walk-ins welcome. RSVPs encouraged by Nov. 8th.

FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Bus: From the Downtown Transit Center, Bus #5 to Andrew J. Brown Ave. & 16th St. Walk 12 minutes to Spades Park Branch Library.

Parking: Will be available at this location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact Omar Jones: [email protected], 970.317.2428

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Printer or mobile ticket preferred, but we will have a list of RSVP’d attendees at the event.

Tags: C.H.A.T. with 16 local artists, community builders, and art facilitators around violence and/or health disparities

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Nov

07

Thu
Thu, Nov 07, 2019 7:00 PM - Thu, Nov 07, 2019 8:30 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - Indy Parks and Recreation

Speakers will address the theory, practice and effects of boycott across several spheres — economic, cultural, political — and assess how boycotts promote or slow political revolution and evolution, and how they affect personal evolution. We will explore how boycotts succeed, even when there is no economic impact. Corporations and countries are deeply embedded in their communities, and profoundly dependent upon the good will of their employees, shareholders and citizens. When they are on the receiving end of appropriate moral judgment, boycott targets can evolve — as can people who choose to boycott by exercising their economic and moral autonomy.

There will also be a traveling exhibition, “Boycott! The Art of Economic Activism,” which features posters from more than 20 boycotts, including the Montgomery Bus Boycott; United Farm Workers’ grape and lettuce boycott; divestment from South Africa; the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS); and many others.

Panelists include:
Imhotep Adisa is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Kheprw Institute, a non-profit organization focused on youth development in Indianapolis.

Huwaida Arraf is a Palestinian-American activist, lawyer and co-founder, in 2001, of the Palestinian-led International Solidarity Movement (ISM), which focuses on nonviolent community organizing to resist the Israeli occupation.

Stephanie Skora is a femme lesbian, trans woman, and working-class anti-Zionist Ashkenazi Jew whose activist work centers around Palestinian solidarity organizing, queering Jewish spaces, and fighting for justice and liberation for all trans people.

Dalit Baum is the Director of Economic Activism for AFSC. She is also the cofounder of Who Profits from the Occupation & Coalition of Women for Peace.
moderated by: Mark Sniderman

Presented by American Friends Service Committee, Muslim Youth Collective, VOCAB, Garfield Park Arts Center, and Jewish Voice for Peace

Tags: the theory, practice and effects of boycott across several spheres — economic, cultural, political, Kheprw Institute, American Friends Service Committee, Muslim Youth Collective, VOCAB, Garfield Park Arts Center, Jewish Voice for Peace

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Nov

07

Thu
Thu, Nov 07, 2019 6:30 PM - Thu, Nov 07, 2019 8:30 PM @ Newfields

Join us for a panel discussion that will explore the history of America’s criminal justice system and the values that have shaped it, such as values of retribution vs. rehabilitation. We will discuss the deeply rooted racial disparities within the system, and how organizations are revolutionizing the way we think of incarceration by pushing beyond mere reform, toward the importance of decarceration.

Prior to the panel, attendees will be invited to view artwork created by people who have real-life experiences with the criminal justice system. The artwork will be a sampling from PACE’s upcoming event, Artspoken. Learn more about Artspoken – https://www.paceindy.org/artspoken.

TIMELINE:
6:30 PM – Doors Open
6:30 – 7:00 PM – Art Display
7:00 – 8:30 PM – Panel Discussion

ABOUT SPIRIT & PLACE
The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 1 – 10) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion plan in community life. Spirit & Place is a legacy project of The Polis Center and part of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more and check out other festival events at spiritandplace.org.

FAQ
Q: What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
A: Free onsite parking. Public transit by using IndyGo’s trip planner at indygo.net. IndyGo routes: 34 and 38.

Q: How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
A: Contact [email protected] or 317-635-4059.

Q: Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
A: Nope!

Tags: America’s criminal justice system, retribution vs. rehabilitation, reform, toward the importance of decarceration, Spirit & Place

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Nov

07

Thu
Thu, Nov 07, 2019 6:00 PM - Thu, Nov 07, 2019 8:30 PM @ The Indianapolis Propylaeum

Come to the table! Through conversation over dinner we will explore the incomplete legacy of the women’s suffrage movement in an effort to build bridges, see new perspectives, and find a path forward. To purchase tickets, go to thepropylaeum.org, call 317-638-7881 x3, or [email protected]

Tags: women’s suffrage movement, The Propylaeum, Spirit & Place

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Nov

07

Thu
Thu, Nov 07, 2019 6:00 PM - Thu, Nov 07, 2019 8:00 PM @ Central Library

Hear hip-hop legend Cey Adams, creative director of Def Jam Recordings, speak on the revolutionary power of art. Adams will discuss his career, his contributions to hip-hop, and how art acts a catalyst for dialogue and change. Local artists will share their thoughts and lead a community art project.

This program, to be held in Central Library’s Clowes Auditorium, is presented by the Library and the Kheprw Institute’s art and cultural assembly, The Build, as part of this year’s Spirit & Place Festival.

Tags: hip-hop legend Cey Adams, Kheprw Institute, Spirit & Place, Art, Rap, live music, Performing arts

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Nov

06

Wed
Wed, Nov 06, 2019 6:00 PM - Wed, Nov 06, 2019 8:00 PM @ Tube Factory artspace

What does it mean to fit in? How do we do so when who we are conflicts with our community? How does our decision create a society in which fitting in does not require becoming someone we are not? Join Maria Hamilton Abegunde, who uses African-based spiritual practices to heal intergenerational trauma; Brenda Weber, who as a teenager grew up non-Mormon in a Mormon community; and Ellise Antoinette Smith, creator of Fatness Fiction to explore how friction points between personal and community (r)evolution can help us grow spiritually and as human beings. Attend one session or all.

Tags: Healing from body shaming, self-love, acceptance, Spirit & Place

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Nov

05

Tue
Tue, Nov 05, 2019 6:00 PM - Tue, Nov 05, 2019 8:00 PM @ Tube Factory artspace

What does it mean to fit in? How do we do so when who we are conflicts with our community? How does our decision create a society in which fitting in does not require becoming someone we are not? Join Maria Hamilton Abegunde, who uses African-based spiritual practices to heal intergenerational trauma; Brenda Weber, who as a teenager grew up non-Mormon in a Mormon community; and Ellise Antoinette Smith, creator of Fatness Fiction to explore how friction points between personal and community (r)evolution can help us grow spiritually and as human beings. Attend one session or all.

Tags: Healing from body shaming, self-love, acceptance, Spirit & Place

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