storytelling
Spirit and Place Festival: Separate Ways

Enjoy conversation, food, and karaoke (Journey songs by special guests) punctuating an evening featuring an eclectic mix of travelers sharing slideshows and stories about places they love elsewhere and here at home. This is an all ages, FREE Spirit & Place event in partnership with Indiana Humanities, with delicious authentic Chinese food and …

November 14, 2014
storytelling
Sharing Hoosier History Through Stories: Red Skeleton

Red Skelton was a circus clown, a vaudeville star, a radio personality and a TV comedian. But most of all, Red was a Hoosier. Stephanie Holman was commissioned by Storytelling Arts of Indiana and the Indiana Historical Society as part of the Sharing Hoosier History through Stories.  $10, $15 at the …

January 31, 2014
storytelling
From Boarding School to Alcatraz, the Clarence Carnes Story

Clarence Carnes was only 19 when he was sentenced to Alcatraz Federal Prison. How did this member of the Choctaw tribe find his way to America’s most infamous prison? Tim Tingle, also a member of the Oklahoma Choctaw, traces the path that led Carnes from boarding school to the Rock. …

January 18, 2014