Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Jenxie specializes in Vegan and Vegetarian, made from scratch cuisine..check out the review!
call 637-2716 for more info.
237n. N. East St
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Thursday, August 20, 2009
Indiana Filmmakers Series
September 10, 2009 – 7:00pm
First They Came For… by Kate Chaplin
- Inspired by the poem by Reverend Martin Niemoller of the same name.
In The Blue by Sarah Mynett and Kehaulani Haydon
- During the Civil War, a young girl’s dream of betrothal is suddenly dashed when, disguised as a man, she joins the Union Army to provide the much needed financial assistance to her family.
Lulu Takes a Lover by Peter O’Keefe
- Lulu mistakenly drinks the love potion intended for her married boyfriend, and falls desperately in love with her tough, emotionally remote middle-aged female boss.
Earth & Women by Lyndol Michael
- What some call waste, others call home. Straw is a waste product that’s usually burned in the fields. This is about people making better choices – partnering with Earth.
A Song For Jade by Shari Lynn Himes
-Story of a man who reflects on a missed opportunity he had with a former love.
Indiana Filmmakers Series at The Earth House
September, 2009 7pm FREE to all
237 North East Street, Indianapolis IN 46204
The Earth House Collective is a group of peace activists, conservationists, artists, musicians, Methodists, teachers and many more dedicated to peace, wellness, community and culture on the corner of New York and East streets in downtown Indianapolis.
We are having monthly screenings of Indiana independent film through the Earth House Film Forum. We accept entries from all genres and budget size including but not limited to shorts, features, experimental and documentary. We consider Indiana films to be films made in Indiana, or films with Indiana ties in subject matter, or any film in which any cast or crew member is an Indiana native.
The submissions are reviewed by the Earth House Collective Film Committee and are selected based on: artistic merit, representation of diverse communities, storyline, social awareness and responsibility, availability of the filmmaker to attend and collaborate with other filmmakers.
Thursday, August 13, 2009
This Saturday features
visit the ISC website for more info
Thursday, August 6, 2009
IndyFringe and the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis share open hearts, a passion for our missions, and an awareness of our diverse communities. We strive in providing creative avenues to reach you, inspire you, and to create opportunities of self expression and experiencing the expression of others.
The YMCA and IndyFringe want you to be informed about your health and the diabetes epidemic that is impacting central Indiana.
Did you know that diabetes is a global epidemic?
An estimated 21 million Americans have diabetes, but another 41 million people have the pre-diabetic condition of high blood sugar, putting them at high risk for developing the disease in the near future. The Indiana State Department of Health estimates that in 2006, over 5 billion dollars was spent on health care for those with diabetes. Simple lifestyle changes have proven to be successful in preventing diabetes.
A simple test (finger prick) can tell you if you are at risk and it takes just minutes. Participating in a prevention program can greatly help you reduce your risk. Want to learn more about our YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program? Contact the YMCA at 266-YMCA to find a DPP (Diabetes Prevention Program) near you.
Don’t miss the Y/Fringe Diabetes Screening
Saturday, August 22 from 2:00 to 4:30pm
The Earth House
237 N. East Street, Indianapolis 46202
Monday, August 3, 2009
BLANK SLATE: Art in The Moment.
Blank Slate is a festival new to Indianapolis which celebrates the art of improvisation.
Musicians and visual artists from around the Midwest will convene at EarthHouse Collective in downtown Indianapolis, to create original, evocative works of art. No scores, no script—just creativity and the imagination unleashed upon a blank slate.
What you won't hear at this festival is anything entirely familiar or pat. All of the musicians involved—from Chicago, to Indy, to New Orleans, to Detroit—bring different influences to bear on their improvisation but steer clear of settling into the established modes of genres. Is it jazz?- yes. Is it rock?- yes. Hip Hop, Musique Concrete…? Yes. It's all of the above and more, in different degrees and at different times.
When visual artists enter the dialogue, it takes on another dimension as musicians will respond not just to sound but visuals, and as musicians and artists alike are informed by each others' improvisation. Video artists and painters will be on hand.
Look for a preview of Blank Slate in this week's edition of NUVO. Also, friend us on Facebook for updates and blogs: www.facebook.com/
WHEN: Saturday, Aug. 8th from 4-11 pm. "Open house" style- come any time you like/are able to.
WHERE: EarthHouse Collective. 237 N. East St. (downtown Indy) www.earthhousecollective.org
HOW MUCH: $10 GEN. admission, which covers the full slate of acts. $7 students + seniors.
The music bill...(with links to sound sample pages)
- Video artists Ian Gunn and N_DREW (Andrew Bucksbarg) will be on hand, as will visual artist Cory Salas.