Fort Wayne Arts Scene

Courtesy/Arts United

According to Susan Mendenhall, president of Arts United, more residents are coming out to arts and cultural events than ever before, and Fort Wayne is claiming its place as a national destination for such activity.

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Two years ago, Fort Wayne resident, Zoe Martin, shared a dream she had with her friend and neighbor, Jason Davis.

Now that dream has come true, in the form of a creative grassroots charity called Dreamcatchers.

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First Pres Gallery, situated alongside the theater at First Presbyterian Church, may be one of Fort Wayne's best kept art space secrets, and come January 1st, it will be 50 years old.

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Three Rivers Festival begins in downtown Fort Wayne this weekend, and Sunday afternoon, the city is encouraging residents to walk, bike or skate their way right into the heart of the festivities with its first-ever "Open Streets" event.

Tiffany Street

Fort Wayne natives, Eric Pennycoff and Scott Smith have been good friends, and self-proclaimed horror movie addicts since they were teenagers.

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Fort Wayne sculptor, George Morrison is a retired architect with a with a passion for creating a public artwork that reflects his firm roots in geometry, physics and architectural form.

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Fort Wayne's Artlink is opening the doors to its new "Open Arts Virtual Reality Space" this coming Tuesday.

Courtesy/Jack Cantey

One of Fort Wayne's newest art collectives is devoted to providing space, resources and collaborative opportunities to artist of all media. It's called "Italian Friend ArtRuckus," and it just finished its first year in operation.

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Last week, WBOI's arts reporter, Julia Meek featured an update on the Clyde Theatre's development at the foot of the Broadway Corridor on Fort Wayne's south side.

Ruth Yaro

Fort Wayne natives, Eden Mickelson and Ruth Yaro have a passion for botanical beauty and photography they love to share with like-minded women in the form of hands-on workshops.

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