Our friends at UIndy are putting on a great program on Dec. 10 called Why Arts? Why Indy?Here’s some info about the program, which features a rockstar-line up of Indy’s who’s who in the arts world
Why Arts? Why Indy? A conversation tackling the tough questions about the city’s cultural identity.
What do the arts mean in Indianapolis? What unique challenges and opportunities does this city pose for artists and arts organizations? How can they survive and thrive in the 21st century? In an evening of interest to anyone who cares about culture in Indianapolis, local arts leaders will seek answers to those questions – and yours – with help from Michael Kaiser, internationally renowned voice in arts management.
When: 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10
Where: University of IndianapolisChristel DeHaan Fine Arts Center 1400 E. Hanna Avenue| Free admission
Michael Kaiser, President, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Author, The Art of the Turnaround
David Hochoy, Dance Kaleidoscope
Glen Kwok, International Violin Competition of Indianapolis
Beth Outland, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Steven Stolen, Indiana Repertory Theatre
Jim Walker, Big Car
Kathleen Hacker, University of Indianapolis
Moderated by Dennis Ryerson, former editor of The Indianapolis Star
Learn more: http://www.uindy.edu/arts/posts/why-arts-why-indy