Spirit & Place Festival Exhibits

Image Credit: Marti LaMar by Kaila Austin An exciting array of exhibits are included in this year's festival! Information about exhibit hours are below. To check the festival programming tied […]

Spirited Chase: Seasons of Change

WFYI Public Media 1630 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN

Spirited Chase is an on-the-go opportunity to discover new places. Participants will travel to several mystery destinations and explore how each organization creates change our community. Spirited Chase is a […]


Common Grounds Cinematic Conversations: The Enduring Legacy of the Plantation

Crossroads AME Church 4602 N. College Ave., Indianapolis, IN

Explore resistance to change in social and political hierarchies of the U.S. through three films—including “Antebellum”(2020)—a panel discussion, and community conversations. This event—a film festival featuring “Antebellum,” “Sankofa,” and “Harriett”– […]


Community Change: Arts Engagement as Wellbeing – CANCELLED

Witherspoon Presbyterian Church 5136 Michigan Road, Indianapolis, IN
Hybrid Hybrid Event

EVENT CANCELLED AS OF 10/28/21 Join us on a musical, theatrical, spoken word journey exploring personal and community transformation through holistic arts engagement. We are each on a journey towards […]


Eternity 123

Tube Factory 1125 Cruft St., Indianapolis, IN

Change is a central element to the avant-garde Japanese dance form of Butoh and dancer Vangeline presents original work that asks audiences to see Butoh as a way to transmute […]


Leave Them Something

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Explore the potential effects of climate chaos on our children’s future through writing, dance, and music inspired by the evocative artwork of Edith Vonnegut, Kurt Vonnegut’s daughter. If chaos is […]


26th Annual Spirit & Place Public Conversation featuring Robert P. Jones

St. Paul's Episcopal Church 6050 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

Watch a recording of this event here. As the U.S. grapples with demographic changes and calls for a racial reckoning, Robert P. Jones, author of White Too Long: The Legacy […]