In My Closet: Murph Damron

Having filled every niche in the fashion industry, from model to stylist, Murph Damron has earned the title fashionista -- and has the sartorial collection to prove it.

Ben Shine Blog

Ben Shine

Truth Tonic

This week, while most of us are making dinner plans and getting kids to bed,...

Carrie Kirk Blog

Carrie Kirk

Best Efforts

I'm not really a camper. While I love the outdoors and could walk for miles,...

Jennifer Delgadillo Blog

Jennifer Delgadillo

Wrapped Attention

"Are you all bald under there?" Laughter erupted in the room as various Muslim women...

Music: Rock

Getting Fresh with the Talent

Tonic Ball 13 anticipates its most successful fundraiser yet with a hearty mix of newcomer musicians and plenty of past favorites.

Visual Arts: Fashion

Wheels and Deals

Retro 101 does for shopping what trendy food trucks do for eating -- brings unique treats to browse and buy at other hip events. Instead of noshables, think: boutique clothing and cool accessories.

Performance: Dance

E-Tracing the Steps

Design students transform pointe shoes into wearable drawing instruments with a few censors and one very smart app.

Visual Arts: 2D

Drawn to Life's Changes

Local illustrator Penelope Dullaghan talks candidly about motherhood and other typical life changes and distractions and how they helped guide her back to her art.

Culture: Festivals

The Avant-Garde Invades Irvington

Veteran promoter Nick Ohler's one-night showcase of experimental sounds and visuals at the Irvington Creative Music+Film Festival will rock the historical neighborhood Friday night.

Culture: Festivals

Celebrating Mari Evans

Metropolitan Youth Orchestra, Freetown Village and Iibada Dance Company pay tribute to Mari Evans' cultural and community impact in Central Indiana with Spirit & Place event.

Visual Arts: Film

Nick Cave's 20,000th Day

White Rabbit Cabaret to host a screening of 20,000 Days On Earth with an opening act from The Icks this Thursday night, courtesy of Indy Film Fest's Rock + Reel series.

Performance: Theater

Out of (South) Africa

The Butler University Theatre Department stages South African writer Michael Williams' The Water Carriers, a poignant play about African refugees, this week at the Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts.

Visual Arts: 3D

Snapshots of November's First Friday

Photographer Whitney Walker captures scenes of November's First Friday openings last night.

Visual Arts: 3D

Creativity & Camaraderie for Vets

Veterans Art Day workshops at the Indianapolis Art Center take military personnel to a better place.

Visual Arts: Film

Healing Wounded Spirits

Friends of Sky Blue Window, the creative crew at WFYI have produced Veterans Coming Home to Healing Arts, a series that documents how some local vets help heal emotional wounds of war through artistic expression.

Culture: Festivals

4 First Friday Shows to See

From a rare peek at a reclusive artist’s work to a yoga-centric art experience, November’s First Friday offers plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy the city’s cultural output.

Visual Arts: 2D

Collective Sigh of Relief

A new group of veteran Indianapolis artists, The 11 to debut the first of their series of radical new pop-up shows Thursday -- just in time for First Friday.

Words: Poetry

A Permission Slip to Be Funny in Poems

In advance of his VonnegutFest appearance, Billy Collins discusses his sometimes wiggy, oftentimes funny and nearly universally appealing poetry.

Visual Arts: 2D

Split the Difference

Artist Gautam Rao deftly navigates between analog painting and digital design in his upcoming exhibition at the Stutz Art Gallery.

Words: Literature

Sticky Writing

Wordsmiths unite and offer you an invite. Still need more info or incentive why you should go? Read on, our literary-loving friends.

Visual Arts: Crafts

A Southwestern Celebration

The Indianapolis Museum of Art plays party host for Day of the Dead revelers and Southwestern still life fans with a party that includes painted faces, papel picado and plenty of Georgia O'Keeffe.

Performance: Music

Passport To Broadway

Emily Hinkel gets a stamp on her passport and a look at some NYC talent performing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra this week.

Visual Arts: Public

Mourning Glories

Contributing photographer Jenn Kriscunas offers us lovely views of Crown Hill Cemetery on this holiday weekend.

Performance: Music

A Real Treat, No Tricks

Butler University’s Wind Ensemble prepares for “Angels and Demons,” a hot concert for what’s predicted to be a bone-chillingly cold Halloween night.

Visual Arts: 2D

The Photo Sleuth

Local photo preservationist Joan Hostetler brings images of long ago back to life, restoring memories and history in the process.

Performance: Theater

Panic Party on Halloween Eve

Get a taste of the War of the Worlds radio play people panicked over at the turn of the century, and pick up some fun dance moves in time for Halloween.

Visual Arts: 2D

There’s Still Life in Those Bones

The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s newest exhibit Georgia O’Keeffe and the Southwestern Still Life will focus on the geographic and cultural symbolism of objects she painted.

Performance: Theater

Deeds of Deception

Taylor Martin will mislead you every chance he gets, and you’ll like it. Tonight the Indy Magic Monthly producer and his guest magicians will deceive attendees of his 7th Annual Halloween Special at Theatre on the Square.

Music: Rock

The Most Sincere Form of Flattery

Imitation rocks when it's musicians playing covers of their favorite bands and songs. This Halloween and Saturday, local venues host several tribute shows around Indy.

Culture: Festivals

Catch Up With The Ann Katz Festival

The Ann Katz Festival of Books and Arts kicks off Tuesday and will feature three weeks of national author visits, films, a stage production, performance and visual arts -- and books!

Visual Arts: Film

A Frank Discussion

Indy Film Fest scores a rare live performance from one of Indiana’s strongest songwriters alongside the latest flick in its Rock + Reel film series, Frank. We’ve got a preview and playlist to whet your appetite.

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