The Indiana Avenue Cultural District is home to dozens of cool art galleries, bars and restaurants. It is a great place to catch a show or meet with friends for dinner and drinks.

Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library 3rd Anniversary Celebration

On Saturday, January 25th join the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library in their 3rd Anniversary Celebration. The afternoon will start with a welcome by Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Olgen Williams at 12:15 pm. Something to Cheer About, a film chronicling the 1955 Crispus Attucks Tigers state basketball championship will be shown shortly after. Dan Wakefield, the Hoosier […]

Get Down On It: A Weekend Celebration on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail

It was 12 years in the making, but the time had finally come. The much anticipated Indianapolis Cultural Trail opened Friday, May 10, 2013. The project’s official name is “Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick.” To celebration this long-anticipated milestone, organizers issued an open invitation to the public to attend the […]

Events at the Madame Walker Theater Center, February 2012

The Madame Walker Theater, located on the Indianapolis cultural district Indiana Avenue, offers eclectic events in a historic setting all February. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Indianapolis downtown as you take in a performance at the Madame Walker Theater Center. Named for the incomparable Madame C.J. Walker, who was the first black female millionaire […]

Feburary Events and Acts at Indianapolis Comedy Club, 2012

Warm up this winter with a hearty laugh at any of these Indianapolis comedy clubs. Head to the Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village or in Indianapolis downtown or Morty’s Comedy Joint on the north side of Indianapolis this February. Each club offers a different experience, but one thing is unchanging between them: hilarious […]

Indianapolis Theater Events, February 2012

Indianapolis theater blooms in the dead of Winter this February 2012, with eclectic, engaging and exciting performances across the Circle City. Make an evening of it at any of these incredible Indianapolis nonprofit organizations. Whether you taste is for drama, comedy or musicals, the Indianapolis theater scene has got you covered. After the events of […]

Super Bowl XLVI Events in Indianapolis: Venture Beyond Downtown

As the finishing touches are put on the Super Bowl Village and the NFL Experience in Indianapolis downtown, other Indianapolis community organizations create Super Bowl fun beyond downtown. From high profile parties where Hoosiers can rub elbows with big name celebs to locally sponsored parties and events, there is something for everyone during Super Bowl […]

August First Friday Art Walk Preview 2011

Beat the scorching heat with free art and interesting company at the August First Friday Art Walk, happening Friday, August 5 in Indianapolis downtown. This FREE Indianapolis event connects artists and galleries with art patrons in a casual and inviting setting. Sponsored by Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association (IDADA), the First Friday Art Walk […]

From Shakespeare with Love by the Indiana Ballet Company

The Indiana Ballet Company presents From Shakespeare with Love in three performance on February 12 and February 13. Tickets for this Indianapolis art event range from $15.00 to $25.00. Show times are Friday at 7:30 pm and Saturday at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm. In a one of a kind dance performance the Indiana Ballet […]

Indiana Ballet Company Presents The Phantom of the Opera, 10/30-31

See the Indiana Ballet Company’s production of The Phantom of the Opera this Halloween weekend, Friday, October 30 and Saturday, October 31. With three chances to see this celebrated story in Indianapolis Friday and Saturday evening at 7:30 pm and Saturday afternoon at 2:00 pm, do not delay in getting your tickets! Ticket prices range […]

Indianapolis Cultural Trail Call for Poets for Public Art Installation

Press Release The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick announces another public art installation.The cultural trail is just one of many contributions for the people of Indianapolis made by the Glick’s including the Gene B. Glick Company and the Marilyn K. Glick School of Art at the Indianapolis Art Center in […]

Indiana Avenue Cultural District: Flourishing History, Rich Tradition

Among the many Indianapolis cultural districts, there sits a unique and richly historical hub of activity for African American inhabitants. Called Indiana Avenue, this stretch of land just West of downtown Indianapolis showcases the vibrant lifestyle of its residents, musically, artistically, and spiritually. The lovely restored houses of the west side of Indianapolis spread over […]

Indianapolis Cultural Districts

Indianapolis cultural districts represent the character and intrinsic personality of the Circle City culture. At present, there are six distinct cultural districts in Indianapolis, all unique pockets of Indianapolis society and community. Below you will find brief descriptions of each of the six Indianapolis cultural districts. If you would like more information, just click the […]