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Third annual Melanin in May festival to be bigger and better

Melanin in May, the festival celebrating all things Black, including business, art, music and food, is back for year three. Celebrated in Indianapolis during Memorial...

Longtime Freetown Village director retires

Ophelia Wellington, founding director of Freetown Village Living History Museum, will be retiring this summer after 42 years of advancing a transformative and creative...

Harrison Center to host April Greatriarch Gathering 

The Harrison Center’s monthly Greatriarch Gathering is back this April. Friends, family and Community members are invited to the Harrison Center on April 11, 2024,...

Spotlight on Black artists who shaped Naptown

As the community comes together to celebrate Black History Month, the Recorder is shedding a light on a few of the Black visual artists...

Art & Soul kicks off Black History Month ahead of NBA All-Star

February is about to be a busy month for Hoosiers, but before Downtown Indy is taken over by NBA fans, the 2024 Art &...

Meet the Artists XXXVI is here

The 36th annual Meet the Artists exhibition and gala promises to bring the “All-Star Experience.” Presented by the Indianapolis Public Library’s African American History Committee,...

Amber Robles-Gordon to give ‘Artist Talk’ at ISU

Amber Robles-Gordon’s “Successions: Traversing U.S. Colonialism” is on display at Indiana State University this month. Featuring six abstract textile pieces that aim to dissect the...

Paige Neely, onstage and offstage at the Phoenix Theatre

Onstage and offstage Paige Neely is making waves at the Phoenix Theatre Cultural Center. Neely wears many hats at the Phoenix Theater Cultural Center, both...

OnyxFest 2023 to premiere local and national playwrights

OnyxFest, Indiana’s annual live theater festival dedicated to showcasing Black stories by Black playwrights, returns the first two weekends of November. Sponsored by the Africana...

BUTTER artists talk art, equity and cultivating creativity  

Indianapolis is preparing for what could be its biggest weekend in the art world.  As Hoosiers and more swarm the city to get a taste...
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