Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Indianapolis's Art & Soul Focuses on Creative Legacy of Africa

INDIANAPOLIS STAR
By David Lindquist
Dancer Ronne Stone will be a highlighted Art & Soul performer on Feb. 12 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden
INDIANA---The 19th annual Art & Soul series will commemorate Africa's influence on Indiana's arts and culture. Traditionally a Black History Month celebration of African-American creativity, this year's Art & Soul pays specific tribute to the migration waves of the African diaspora. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Art & Soul performances are scheduled Jan. 31 to March 1 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden, located above the intersection of Washington and Illinois streets. Events are free and open to the public. Stone is one of four featured artists, joined by poet Mathew Davis, musician Zakk Knight and filmmaker Kassim Norris. [link]

Video work by Kassim Norris will be a highlighted throughout the month at the Indianapolis Artsgarden
Poet Mathew Davis will be a highlighted Art & Soul performer on Feb. 5 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden.
Accoustic guitarist Zakk Knight will be a highlighted Art & Soul performer on Feb. 20 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden