Three arts experiences. Three parties. One seriously awesome subscription.
A vibrant arts scene is a serious asset to any city. And to keep and grow Indy’s art scene, we’ve got to have equally enthusiastic demand for it.
IndyHub’s Passport to the Arts Season 9, presented by the Lilly Endowment, has been curated to take you on an exploration of Indy’s performance and visual art scenes. This is an exclusive opportunity that we intentionally cap at 100 subscriptions.
We are so excited to announce the Season 9 | Fall Series shows– take a look at the lineup below and purchase yours today!
Passport to the Arts Season 9 | Fall Series
Thursday, October 19 | Dance Kaleidoscope
Subscriber Party 5:30 p.m. | Show 7 p.m. | Magical Mystery Tour
Celebrate the music of The Beatles! Peace out with an entertaining, evocative two acts of dance with wild, psychedelic costumes. “All you Need is Love,” “Strawberry Fields.” “Yellow Submarine” and more.
Thursday, November 16 | Indianapolis Art Center
Subscriber Party 5:30 p.m. | Studio Night 6 p.m. | Exhibitions & Classes
Founded in 1934 as a WPA Project during the Great Depression, The Indianapolis Art Center’s mission is to engage, enlighten, and inspire our community by providing interactive art education, outreach to underserved audiences, support of artists, and exposure to the visual arts. Join us for an inside look into the organization and a bird’s eye-view into the heart of the Indianapolis Art Center. Exhibition and studio tours, a panel discussion from the Art Center’s Directors, and a hands-on art activity will all shed light onto the commitment the Art Center has to community, education, and the cultural legacy of Indianapolis.
Friday, December 8 | Gallery 924 at Arts Council of Indianapolis
Subscriber Party 5:30 p.m. | Gallery Tour 6:30 p.m. | Tiny IV: Celebrating the Year of Vonnegut
Each year Gallery 924 seeks hundreds of tiny pieces of original art, all 6″x6″x6″ or smaller for our HUGE show: TINY. This show allows for a bit of whimsical fun in the gallery as pieces of art may be found on the wood beams, on the windows, air ducts, or just about anywhere else you can imagine. The show, which features a wide variety of media, is used to help create new patrons and collectors of Indianapolis-based artists’ work as most of the artwork is priced around $100 or less. This year Gallery 924 joins the city in celebrating the Year of Vonnegut by including artwork that references the Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut or one of his many books.
About Passport to the Arts
IndyHub’s Passport to the Arts Season 9, presented by Lilly Endowment, is an arts-sampler subscription for you to explore the thriving professional performance and visual art scene here in Indianapolis. This season will be curated in two parts – the Winter Series will run February-April, and the Fall Series will run Oct-December. As one of our longest-running event series, we’re confident that every season proves to be a little different from the last and we’re thrilled to join you for an exploration of Indy’s vibrant art scene.
How This Works
Save the series dates on your calendar, then watch your email! A few weeks out from each performance you’ll receive a link to RSVP – your response lets us know you’ll be there. Once the RSVP window closes, unclaimed seats are released from our reserved block and subject to box office availability. You’ll check in with us at each event to claim your tickets onsite.
Have A Seating Request?
When you RSVP you’ll have the option to let us know of other subscribers who you’d like to be seated with. Don’t worry if you don’t name anyone, we’ll all have seats together and you’ll meet up with new friends there!
Check out our Passport FAQ.