22 December

The Great Green Hope: Artistically Inspiring Sustainability

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the installation of a public art display along I-70 and Holt Road. Graduate Student Kathryn Armstrong from the Herron School of Art and Design created a series of sculptures she has titled “Going Home.” The art is the final touch of a beautification project at the interchange […]

9 December

The Great Green Hope: Out of Pecha Kucha Emerges a Growing Space

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending “Pecha Kucha Vol. 7: The Next Indianapolis,” at The Toby in the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indyhub helped promote this free event as part of the Spirit & Place Festival and it was definitely a special night. The concept of Pecha Kucha (pronounced ”puh chock […]

24 November

The Great Green Hope: Local is the New Black

Have you’ve noticed an emphasis on the word ‘local’ recently? I sure have. Thinking back to my high school days, I remember bumper stickers in the parking lot with the phrase “Think Globally. Act Locally.” In other words, buying local is nothing new; however, it seems as if local is THE buzzword when it comes […]