From Andrew Luck’s Book Club to Roxane Gay’s Twitter account, here are the Best of Indy selections in arts and culture.
Culture Q&A: George Clinton and His ‘Mothership Connection’ to Indy
“We’ve been coming to Naptown ever since the ’60s,” says Clinton. “We go way back with Indianapolis.”
Downtown Indy Design Safari
Downtown Indianapolis finally boasts drool-worthy design elements. Lauded local interior designer Nikki Sutton plays tour guide for her favorite pieces.
Open Door: Kipp Normand’s Studio
Multimedia artist Kipp Normand transforms trash into treasure at this whimsical Harrison Center workspace adjacent to Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Here, the quirky collector—and a godfather of the downtown art scene—rummages through his hodgepodge.
Street Savvy: 16th Street Downtown
“This corner of Herron-Morton feels like Fountain Square when I opened the original Peter’s—and look what happened to that neighborhood,” says Peter George, co-owner of proposed restaurant Tinker Street.
Rook Report: Banh Mi in Fletcher Place
The Nighthawk is a modified version of the nam sausages from Northern Thailand, where the links ferment as they hang.
Indy Film Fest: 6 Hoosier Directors Sound Off
A few filmmakers with movies in the Hoosier Lens and Matter of Fact categories share what inspired them to create the works.