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Herron Campers Show Art on the Trail

Art by kids about community! Campers from Herron School of Art and Design’s summer Youth Art Camp will exhibit their art on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick, on Saturday, August 4, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. This fun and creative one-day display will be by the IUPUI portion of […]

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Indianapolis Takes America’s Boldest Step

From Breaking Travel News… Indianapolis Takes America’s Boldest Step With $3 billion in new tourism products brought online, Indianapolis has continued full-speed ahead. Indianapolis’ newest endeavor, the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, does not stop the trend. The Cultural Trail is a world-class bike and pedestrian path that allows both visitors and locals to explore the Circle […]

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Fred Wilson Public Art Project Discontinued

For Immediate Release December 13, 2011 Fred Wilson Public Art Project Discontinued CICF will support new public art/memorial project to be led by community advocates INDIANAPOLIS, IN – E Pluribus Unum, a proposed public art project by New York-based artist Fred Wilson for the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick has been […]

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ArtPlace Grant for Swarm Street

For Immediate Release September 15, 2011 Contact: Ronnetta Spalding 317.507.2366 ronnetta.spalding@yahoo.com Cultural Trail’s ‘Swarm Street’ Project Selected as a National Leader Through New ArtPlace Initiative Receives $250,000 Investment from Widely Influential Private-Public Collaboration to Revitalize America’s Cities and Towns Indianapolis, IN – In an innovative development that is affecting Indianapolis as well as some two […]

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