Arts Interviews

Andy Laverghetta

As volunteer host for WBOI's weekly Connexxion Latina, El Salvador native, David Calderon has been sharing his musical and cultural passion over the airwaves here in northeast Indiana for the past 16 years.

Courtesy/Cinema Center

Beginning this Friday, Fort Wayne Cinema Center is serving up a tasty assortment of holiday film fare, and this year's offbeat menu features something for everyone.

Courtesy/Tim Johnson

Oil painter, Tim Johnson, is a Fort Wayne native, with a passion for the craft he pursues to the fullest--here, as well as at his 2nd live-in studio space, in Seborga, Italy.

Courtesy/Heartland Sings

With its new company of full time artists in place, Heartland Sings is working overtime to share its exciting new brand, and expanded repertoire with Fort Wayne and the surrounding area.

Courtesy/First Presbyterian Theater

Beginning this weekend, First Presbyterian Theater is adding a new twist to a beloved holiday classic, with its production of  "It's a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play."

Andy Laverghetta

For the past five years, volunteer show host, Rob Martinez, has been sharing his musical expertise and his audio production skills over the WBOI airwaves, most notably, with his weekly "Movie Music Spotlights" and annual "Nights Before Christmas" music specials.

Courtesy/Visiting Nurse

The profession of music therapy began to develop during the 1st and 2nd World Wars for the treatment of soldiers' traumatic injuries, and has grown steadily to serve a wide variety of populations.

Courtesy/IPFW's Campus Crew

"Love Your Melon" is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer in America, as well as financially supporting pediatric cancer research.

Courtesy/Josef Zimmerman

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art's newest exhibit, by Brett Amory, is a residency work in progress that allows the public to interact with the California-based artist, and the installation itself, all this month.

Courtesy/FWFAC

Last spring, the Fort Wayne Free Art Collective was formed, and quietly began leaving small pieces of free artwork around the city, which they call "art drops."

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