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Indianapolis Art Center preparing for 52nd Annual Broad Ripple Art Fair

For more than 50 years, the annual Broad Ripple Art Fair has raised money for programming while exposing the community to diverse artists from...

“Black Keys” spotlights Black composers for a sold-out crowd

A sold-out crowd attended “Black Keys: The Evolution of the Black Classical Arts,” at the Schrott Center for the Arts on April 20, 2024....

Indianapolis Black Theatre Company to debut with ‘Platanos y Collard Greens’

Indianapolis’ theater scene is growing as a new company joins the ranks.  Indianapolis Black Theatre Company (IBTC), spearheaded by Founding Artistic Director Ben Rose, is...

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,...

Recorder Rewind: The best of Indy’s arts in 2023

Artists and creatives around Indianapolis have had a fairly significant year, from The Bicentennial Unity Plaza to Mike Epps’ “Buying Back the Block” to...

Community leaders respond to Newfields: What comes next?

In the wake of Newfields’ former CEO and three board members resigning from the institution, community leaders are speaking out and demanding answers. On Nov....

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...

Beyond BUTTER: The creamy center of ‘the nation’s most popular art fair’

When Mali and Alan Bacon created BUTTER, they had no idea it would blow up in just three years.  The Black fine arts fair was...

Be Worth Imitating: Photographer puts uplifting Black images on display

As the old adage goes, what they see they’ll be. For photographer Andrea D. Smith, owner of Studio 57, this lesson came very early.Smith...
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