On her latest regional tour, Charity Singleton Craig takes in the exhibit of Marie Webster at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
For the “track folk who just love the smell of Ethanol” and the “parade wavers” and “hot dog chompers,” Hoosier poet Adam Henze becomes the first official poet of the Indy 500 on its 100th run.
Charity Singleton Craig meets Indiana Poet Laureate Shari Wagner and considers how to make poetry more accessible to more people.
From the open stacks to the creaking wood floors, Charity Singleton Craig recalls the “best buildings” of the Carnegie Library legacy.
Charity Singleton Craig reflects on following the ghost of James Whitcomb Riley through Hoosier country.
Here are five great reasons to love the Indianapolis Museum of Art, with 10 great art picks to bring those reasons alive.
While oft celebrated as a meticulous Pop artist with recognizable use of color, line, and shape, Charity Singleton Craig sees Robert Indiana as a poet, novelist and memoirist.
The work of Henri Matisse was not made to capture an impression, nor an exacting representation. His work captures the essence. Sort of like good writing.