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- Q&A With Newfields’s New CEO Colette Pierce Burnetteby Joseph Ball on October 2, 2022 at 12:00 pm
Newfields's new CEO Colette Pierce Burnette has been tasked with restoring the museum’s reputation. She chatted with us about her vision for the institution, her unconventional background, and that infamous job posting. The post Q&A With Newfields’s New CEO Colette Pierce Burnette appeared first on Indianapolis Monthly.
- Marketing Manager Monica Sallay Sells What She Wearsby Dylan Lee Hodges on September 29, 2022 at 3:08 pm
Curating a closet of wearable art and fashion that most of us can only dream of, Monica Sallay is a visionary. The post Marketing Manager Monica Sallay Sells What She Wears appeared first on Indianapolis Monthly.
- Good Bones Recap: Risky Business, Episode 4by IM Editors on September 28, 2022 at 4:31 pm
This week: Victorian dreams, Finley’s nightmares, and an instant-favorite new cast member. The post Good Bones Recap: Risky Business, Episode 4 appeared first on Indianapolis Monthly.
- 10 Picks From The 31st Heartland Film Festby Dylan Lee Hodges on September 28, 2022 at 2:31 pm
Cinephile and freelance writer Lou Harry offers his top 10 recommendations from the Heartland International Film Festival. The post 10 Picks From The 31st Heartland Film Fest appeared first on Indianapolis Monthly.
- Garfield Park Is A Sculpture Garden For The Next Monthby Megan Fernandez on September 27, 2022 at 3:52 pm
The Conservatory and Garden hosts 100 works by sculptors from Zimbabwe. The post Garfield Park Is A Sculpture Garden For The Next Month appeared first on Indianapolis Monthly.