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 […]

15 December

Passport to the Arts | Xmas at the Phoenix

Passport to the Arts | Xmas at the Phoenix

We’ve officially kicked off our 2015-2016 season of Passport to the Arts presented by Lilly. It’s too late to subscribe with us this year, but we promise to keep you up to speed on our recommendations for your own art excursions in Indy. On Wednesday, December 9, the IndyHub Passport to the Arts crowd took over the Phoenix Theater to see their […]

25 November

Passport to the Arts | POPS with the ISO

Passport to the Arts | POPS with the ISO

We’ve officially kicked off our 2015-2016 season of Passport to the Arts presented by Lilly. It’s too late to subscribe with us this year, but we promise to keep you up to speed on our recommendations for your own art excursions in Indy. On Saturday, November 21, the IndyHub Passport to the Arts crowd ventured to the Indianapolis Symphony […]

27 October

Inside the 2015-2016 IndyHub Passport to the Arts presented by Lilly

Inside the 2015-2016 IndyHub Passport to the Arts presented by Lilly

Ever wonder how the Passport to the Arts performances are selected each season? Usually it begins back in those 90 degree July days and there are spreadsheets involved. Not even kidding–the process gives me renewed and great appreciation for the pros who do this on a grand scales all year. Sometimes the season begins in […]

31 March

Ray & Ella: Dance Kaleidoscope at the Indiana Repertory Theatre

Ray & Ella: Dance Kaleidoscope at the Indiana Repertory Theatre

We’re now finished with events into our 2014-2015 Passport to the Arts season. We have had a wonderful season, and we invite you to use what we learn as research for your own arts season. Following each show this season, we’ve been telling you what Passport subscribers thought and share recommendations from Sky Blue Window to help you decide what […]

25 February

The Cripple of Inishmaan at the Phoenix Theatre

The Cripple of Inishmaan at the Phoenix Theatre

We’re now four events into our 2014-2015 Passport to the Arts season. It’s too late to subscribe with us (we sold out at 200!), but that doesn’t mean you can’t use what we learn as research for your own arts season. Following each show this season, we’ll tell you what Passport subscribers thought and share recommendations […]

22 January

Good People at the Indiana Repertory Theatre

Good People at the Indiana Repertory Theatre

We’re now three events into our 2014-2015 Passport to the Arts season. It’s too late to subscribe with us (we sold out at 200!), but that doesn’t mean you can’t use what we learn as research for your own arts season. Following each show this season, we’ll tell you what Passport subscribers thought and share […]

16 December

Art Bites at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Art Bites at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

We’re now two events into our 2014-2015 Passport to the Arts season. It’s too late to subscribe with us (we sold out at 200!), but that doesn’t mean you can’t use what we learn as research for your own arts season. Following each show this season, we’ll tell you what Passport subscribers thought and share […]

18 November

Pops at the Indianapolis Symphony

Pops at the Indianapolis Symphony

We’ve officially kicked off our 2014-2015 Passport to the Arts season. It’s too late to subscribe with us (we sold out at 200!), but that doesn’t mean you can’t use what we learn as research for your own arts season. Following each show this season, we’ll tell you what Passport subscribers thought and share recommendations […]

22 October

Stage Direction | And, last call for Passport to the Arts

Stage Direction | And, last call for Passport to the Arts

I’m fairly certain my experience as Shakespeare’s Shrew in my 8th grade Lit class production did not an actor me make. Neither did my 5th grade dance lessons. (But, oh the costumes!) There are greater nuances and tradition and some mystique at play when we talk about those itty-bitty giant words – the arts. Passport […]