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Arts & Culture

Hues of Heritage: Exploring Afro-Latino identity, colorism and pride (part two)

In Latino culture, different phrases are still used today that diminish and continue to marginalize the Black community and Latinos with Black features.

 IRT kicks off 51st season with “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” 

The Indiana Repertory Theatre is opening its 51st season with a new adaptation of “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” this fall.  Beyond its chilling season opener, the...

Book review: ‘One Blood: A Novel’ by Denene Millner

One drop. That's all they said it took to determine someone's race. Just one drop, the tiniest of amounts, and everything changed: no access, no...

Carmel International Arts Festival to feature student art show

The Carmel International Arts Festival returns this weekend to the Carmel Arts and Design District.  Taking place Sept. 23-24, the festival aims to celebrate and...

Immigration policy in Indiana and its effect on Indy’s Hispanic community

Crystal Estrada, a travel nurse practitioner and member of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, has journeyed from Chicago to Indianapolis for work and...

25th annual Indy Jazz Fest to welcome Stanley Clarke, Lizz Wright and local favorites

Indianapolis’ biggest Jazz Festival is celebrating its 25th year. The annual music festival, celebrating musical legends and outstanding talent in jazz, R&B and blues, returns...

Actors Ink to debut “Grandmothers, Incorporated”

Throw away any stereotypes you may have about older folks because Actors Ink is here to prove them wrong. Written by local authors and playwrights...

Hues of Heritage: Exploring Afro-Latino identity, colorism and pride (part one)

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the history, cultural pride and influence of past generations that came to the United States from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

Belinda Tate appointed new director of IMA at Newfields

Newfields will welcome its new Melvin & Bren Simon Director of the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields on Nov. 6, 2023. The 152-acre cultural...

Why the social and economic impact of arts on Indy matters

It is no secret that sports and entertainment are a driving force of revenue for Indianapolis, but what about the arts? The Indy Arts Council...


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