Arts Interviews

Courtesy/Matt Kelley

There's a brand new, two-day event taking shape for September you'll likely want to put on your radar, and its bound to be making some waves.

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The prestigious "Market Art + Design Hamptons" Art Fair began on Thursday at the Bridgehampton Museum on Long Island.

While this is out of our regular arts news coverage range, Fort Wayne's Jennifer Ford Art will be making news there, as the 1st Northern Indiana Gallery to participate in a global event of this scope.

Mandie Kolkman

This Sunday afternoon, beginning at one o'clock, The Philmore on Broadway and Soirée invite you to celebrate music, art, cuisine, and a grand old part of Fort Wayne, with the inaugural "Broadway Street Stroll."

Courtesy/Jay Carroll

Music and "music art" are a natural pairing, and beginning this Friday, Fort Wayne's Guitar Center is inaugurating a series of exhibits in its new gallery space that celebrates both.

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It's time for summer vacation plans to unfold, and one Fort Wayne resident, Aaron Smith, is beginning his today--you might say, one step at a time.

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Just thirty minutes south of Fort Wayne, the town of Decatur is getting ready to celebrate art in a big way this Friday evening, with the kick-off of its fifth annual Sculpture Tour.

Adam Garland

Thanks to Art United's Amplify Art! crowd-funding website, downtown Fort Wayne's arts campus has a new splash of color on its streets.

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Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana are gearing up for their third annual Living Fort Wayne Concert Series, which kicks off at Headwaters Park West on Wednesday, June 1st.

Courtesy/Nick Tash

Shakespearemachine is a new classical theatre collective here in Fort Wayne, devoted to bringing the Bard and his works to life in the 21st Century.

Courtesy/Karen Thompson

Artlink Contemporary Gallery maintains a vibrant presence on the Fort Wayne arts scene, and it all began in one art lover's living room, back in the 1970's.

Karen Thompson traces this history in her new book, "Art in the City: An Artist Looks at the Gallery Movement in Fort Wayne: Artlink."

WBOI's Julia Meek met with Thompson to discuss the era, its advocates, and the impact this movement has had.

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