10 May

Student Voices: Poetry, please

Student Voices: Poetry, please

I’d bet most people look at poetry the same way they do modern art; that is, squint at it, baffled, and walk away shaking their heads. While I’ll admit I’ve had that experience with modern art, poetry remains something special to me. I don’t know when I discovered poetry, but it feels like it’s been […]

14 April

What to do when April showers spring in Indy

What can you do when Indy’s April showers bring *more* showers and you’re looking for something fun to do that won’t break the bank? Here are a few of my favorite indoor activities for when the rain clouds roll in! Indiana War Memorial This monument is majestic on the outside and has some amazing hidden […]

10 March

Student Voices: A New Side of the Zoo

One summer when I was a kid, my mom bought a season pass to the Indianapolis Zoo. More days than not, I remember my mom and I donning bikinis and flip flops, lathering up with baby oil and marching our backpack-laden booties through the front gates like we owned the place. It was always hot. […]

23 February

Student Voices: Winter in Indiana

Winter can be a strange time, especially in Indiana. One day it will be snowing at 22 degrees outside, and the next it is sunny and 75. It makes for hard decisions like what to wear, but most importantly what to do to entertain yourself when this not-so-great weather is here to stay for a […]

10 February

Get ready for Museum by Moonlight

Get ready for Museum by Moonlight

As we approach the end of winter here in Indy (crossing my fingers here), I know it’s almost time for one of the hottest events of the year: Museum by Moonlight! The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is gearing up for their annual event for adults who just want to be kids for the night. Um, […]

27 January

Art & Soul: A Celebration of African American Art & Artists in Indiana

This February, Lift Your Voice and celebrate empowerment through the arts at Art & Soul: A Celebration of African American Art & Artists in Indiana. The Arts Council of Indianapolis and program partners Asante Children’s Theatre, Indy Jazz Fest, Kenyettá Dance Company, and Madame Walker Theatre Center have created a dynamic Art & Soul scheduled for the Indianapolis […]

13 January

Zoolala Celebrates 5 Years

One of Indy’s most fabulous young professional fundraising events—Zoolala—will celebrate its fifth year on Saturday, Jan. 28. By partying for a purpose, young philanthropists have raised more than $200,000 to support the Zoo’s mission. Because the Zoo receives no direct tax revenue, fundraising events such as Zoolala are vital to the continued growth of the […]

21 November

Top 3 reasons to subscribe to Passport to the Arts

Top 3 reasons to subscribe to Passport to the Arts

Passport to the Arts is IndyHub’s longest-running program. But we don’t think we’re biased when we say that it’s an amazing way to experience the local arts scene here in Indy! As we approach 2017, we’re so excited to announce Passport to the Arts Season 9, presented by the Lilly Endowment. Check out our top […]

16 November

Student Voices: A night with the Symphony and the Cirque

I’m gonna let you in on a little secret. Are you ready? Okay… I was a band kid. I know, I know. I’ve heard it all before; the band nerd jokes and the “this one time, at band camp…”. But it was a long time ago! I’ve grown a lot since then. Anyway, I’m only telling […]

3 October

American Red Cross: Mural on the Circle

In just a few short weeks, we will be painting the town red…blue…green…yellow –and a few other colors –literally! We’ve partnered with Big Car Collaborative for our Red Cross Centennial Celebration: Mural on the Circle. Together, we will create an original mural that highlights our history in Indiana, and we’re inviting our novice and veteran […]