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First Black Dance Festival busts a move in the Circle City

The Neon Black Dance Festival debuts June 8 and 9 at the Madame Walker Legacy Theatre in downtown Indianapolis. The first of its kind,...

District Theatre premiers ‘Voices of the Avenue’

The District Theatre’s latest musical takes audiences back in time, shining a spotlight on Indiana Avenue before its decay. “Voices of the Avenue,” written by...

Local dance group to celebrate Black and Latino communities through dance

Washington Park Steppers, a local dance group, is celebrating diversity and community with free salsa and Chicago style stepping lessons. The dance group will host...

‘New World’ ICO and Dance Kaleidoscope present end of season collaboration

Dance Kaleidoscope and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra are presenting “New World” – a multi-sensory program featuring Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9. The collaborative performance, which marks...

This weekend in the arts: May 10-12

As we welcome the month of May and its (hopefully) warm weather, you may be looking for a chance to go out and enjoy...

“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....

Misty Copeland to speak in upcoming McFadden Memorial Lecture 

The 45th Annual Marian McFadden Memorial Lecture series welcomes legendary ballet dancer Misty Copeland.  Copeland, who made history as the first Black woman promoted to...

‘A Forerunner of Freedom’: Indianapolis Bethel AME history

In 1991, Bethel AME Church became the first Black church with the distinction of being on the National Register of Historic Places. Sitting at...

Harrison Center’s ArtDish welcomed Kevin James Wilson

Each month the Harrison Center wines and dines a local artist in hopes of building community connection. This month, Kevin James Wilson took the...

Ballet performer, barrier-breaker: Derek Reid breaks barriers through dance and education

Behind the scenes of Butler University’s annual production of classic Christmas ballet “The Nutcracker,” professor Derek Reid was hard at work choreographing dance numbers...
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