Spirit & Place Festival Exhibits

Multiple IN

Check out the variety of exhibitions included in this year's festival!  Past is Present: Black Artists Respond to the Complicated Histories of Slavery (Looking Forward exhibit) Sept. 28 – Jan. […]


Spirit & Place Festival Opening Preview!

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Kick-off the 27th annual Spirit & Place Festival with a showcase of events featuring local poet and spoken word artist Manon Voice and photographer Wildstyle Paschall. Want to learn more […]


Celebrating and Remembering Family: Día de los Muertos

Bartholomew Co. Public Library – Outdoor Plaza 536 5th St., Columbus, IN

This bilingual celebration explores the cultural, spiritual, and intergenerational significance of Día de los Muertos. Author Selene Dávila will share El esqueleto que ama bailar (The Skeleton that Loves to […]


Will You See the Real Me?

Lost Dog Gallery 1040 E. New York St., Indianapolis, IN

Exhibit showcasing the work of two fiber art guilds and their creativity to express the stories and identities of individuals leaving incarceration, fighting homelessness, aging out of foster care, and […]


Between Society and Self/Entre la Sociedad y uno Mismo

Christ Church Cathedral 125 Monument Circle, Indianapolis, IN

What happens when you leave behind everything that created your sense of identity and start over? How do you explore and express those feelings? When words fail, art steps in […]


Weaving the Web: Circling into Community

Garfield Park Arts Center - Main Gallery 2432 Conservatory Dr., Indianapolis, IN

During this all-ages event, guests will explore interactive arts activities designed to help the community look past differences and discover commonalities. View the Ivy Tech student-created exhibit, “I Am Unique,” […]


Looking Forward: Black Indianapolis Artists Imagine the Future

Herron School of Art + Design - Eskenazi Hall, Basile Auditorium 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis, IN
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

This exhibit and panel discussion address the long-lasting impact of African American enslavement on our shared history and sense of identity. These offerings provide a space to delve into complicated […]


Tell Me What You Eat and I’ll Tell You Where You Are From

MOTW Coffee & Pastries 4873 W. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN

Experience foods and flavors from Yemen, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Palestine and more while meeting the people who have prepared those foods. Learn about each other while exploring how what we eat […]


Voting in Indiana: The Past, The Present, and the Future

St. Luke's United Methodist Church 100 W. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN
Virtual Event Virtual Event

What are the unique ways we can persuade Hoosiers to identify as voters? Together we will explore what shapes our personal identities as voters and how we can  influence others […]