Wunderkammer Company

Courtesy/Jazz Talk Live

This Sunday,  community arts advocates Ketu Oladuwa and Michael Patterson are bringing a new kind of experience to the Fort Wayne music scene.

That's launch night for their "Jazz Talk Live: Big Apple Jazz Club Series," and its new, community-friendly home is Wunderkammer Company, on the city's south side.

Wunderkammer Company will be kicking off Fort Wayne's first ever Design Week on Monday.

Courtesy: Pyroscope Entertainment

If you're seeking the very center of cutting edge arts performance this summer, your best bet is to head to the Fringe.

That's the 2015 Fort Wayne Fringe Festival to be exact, a week-long celebration of innovative talent that crosses all types of boundaries, hosted by Wunderkammer Company.

Festival coordinator Maddie Miller says this year's eclectic, multi-genre line-up offers something for everyone, and attendees need only be ready to expect the unexpected.

Courtesy/Carl Jylland-Halverson

This October, the Parliament of the World's Religions will convene in Salt Lake City, Utah for the largest and most historic interfaith gathering on record.

Wunderkammer Readies a "Pop-Up Shop with Purpose"

Jan 23, 2015
Dan Swartz / Wunderkammer Company

If you're among those suffering from cabin fever this winter, a Fort Wayne arts group may have the cure.

This weekend, Fort Wayne's Wunderkammer Company is running a unique pop-up shop, partnering with Three River Festival's Art in the Park to bring a little activity to the dead of winter.

Wunderkammer's "Art in the Park Preview" is a pop-up shop with purpose, according to curator, Dan Swartz. This year, the event is adopting a "summer art fair" format that allows attendees to see a wider variety of artists and mediums.