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Programming Powered by #IndyKeepsCreating

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

All events and programs supported by the #IndyKeepsCreating Series are open to the public, free or affordable, and take place in Marion County. Please click on each event name for details. Check back as new events are added weekly.

December 8

Jingle & Mingle
Free, Noon-6 p.m., Indianapolis City Market (222 E. Market St.)
This year’s only large-scale “City Market presents” holiday engagement event, a great opportunity to continue to support and inspire merchants who have remained resilient throughout the pandemic and foster deeper relationships between existing and new merchants.

December 11

Holiday Arts Market on the Circle
Free, 2-6 p.m., Monument Circle
A festive holiday market featuring live music from DJ Gabby Love, Bashiri Asad and duo Anneliese & Ali, food and drinks, and Indy art and craft vendors. Presented by Downtown Indy, Inc., and the Arts Council of Indianapolis.

December 17

Babehouse Indy Holiday Gala
Free, 7-10 p.m., Hoy Polloy
An evening of art and music celebrating BIPOC and LGBTQIA artists in Indy and the Midwest. Donations will be accepted at the door and will go toward various projects, including a gear share program, Indy Black Rent Relief, and commissioning black and trans artists for shows in 2022. 


December 19

Le Alta Moda
Free, 4-8 p.m., (doors at 4 p.m., show begins at 5 p.m.)
El Volkan Mexican Restaurant (2705 W. Washington St.)
La Sardina Gallery presents A night of Le Alta Moda 3! Art/fashion designer Katy Newton, a featured artist at Midwest Fashion Week and Rucker Makerspace, will create wearable art using repurposed and recycled materials. Katy includes models that are typically left out of the high-fashion world: Mothers, LGBTQ artists, drag performers, people of all ages, and cultural backgrounds. There is seating in the venue and restaurant area. Full service bar, restaurant, and taco truck available. Masks required, but can be removed when eating or drinking. Due to the nature of the event and venue space, social distancing is unable to be enforced.

December 27

Frozen Frequencies
Free, time TBD, Garfield Park
Frozen Frequencies is an event to launch two semi-permanent augmented reality soundtracks for walking around Garfield Park created by Rob Funkhouser and Landon Caldwell. Using the freely-available platform echoes.xyz, which allows for the creation of cost and ad-free GPS-driven soundscapes, Caldwell and Funkhouser will each create a work that highlights their favorite walking paths through Garfield Park, and use sound to bring attention to points of beauty and interest that each artist has grown fond of therein. An opportunity to experience the entire park as the landscape of a dynamic and changing musical universe. Enjoy warm refreshments, a chance to ask questions and learn a little more about the specifics of the works. Printed maps will also be available.


December 29

Snuggy Bear Presents… (Community Art Music and Education Day)
Free, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Garfield Park Arts Center (2432 Conservatory Dr.)
Taking place during the week of Kwanzaa, this event will highlight some of the most renowned Black visual and performing artists in the City of Indianapolis. During the first half of the day, artists will be engaging with and providing educational activities for visitors. This will also provide the public the opportunity to purchase these artists’ work directly and commission-free. In the second half, the event will transition into a performing arts space where an all-star lineup of some of Indianapolis’ most recognizable performers will entertain the audience.


End of December

Norwood Notes: Portrait Project
Free, online platform TBD
Artist Kaila Austin will work in the Norwood neighborhood to record the oral histories with five elders in the community and complete their portraits to be passed down as family heirlooms. The oral histories will be available in a community archive.

TBD 2022 Dates: Girls Rock! Indianapolis Showcase and Girls Rock! Indianapolis Lunchtime Performances
Free, The AMP at 16 Tech

Ongoing Events

On display now at Circle Centre Mall as part of the Sidewalk Galleries: Sasan Kayyod, Headspace, 2021, digital media; Faith Blackwell, Bantu Tiffany, 2021, photography; Eliza Estelle, Focus, 2021, acrylic; Marla Roddy, Garden, 2020, collage. Learn more. 

Sidewalk Galleries
23 storefront murals from local artists, displayed at Circle Centre Mall.

Classical Music Indy’s CMI City Sounds
Free, site-specific music video performances at iconic Indy locations. 

Flurries on the Canal: A Performance Series by the Indianapolis Cultural Trail
Free, 1-5 p.m., Downtown Central Canal, Walnut Street / Orange Bridge
Featuring Emma Peridot, Jason+Joy, Kelly Mills, Circle City Orchestra

Saturday, December 18, 1pm-5pm
Saturday, January 29, 1pm-5pm
Saturday, February 19, 1pm-5pm
Saturday, March 19, 1pm-5pm

Buskers on Georgia Street
Hosted by the Indianapolis Cultural Trail following Colts games on Nov. 28, Jan. 2, and Jan. 16 or 17 (playoff date TBD)

Past Events & Programs

Pictured left to right: Thundercat at Indy Jazz Fest, Voces de Global Prep Academy at The Eiteljorg Museum’s Day of the Dead Celebration, IndyVolved 16 presented by AES Indiana, and Indy Arts Fest and the Circle.

The #IndyKeepsCreating Series of community events began happening in August 2021. We are proud to award grants to support these events and programs that featured Marion County artists and performers.

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