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6 Monday / September 6, 2021

Every Brilliant Thing

02:00 pm to 03:30 pm
McCormick's Creek Amphitheater

Cardinal Stage presents “Every Brilliant Thing,” starring Diane Kondrat, at the McCormick’s Creek State Park Amphitheater, September 5 – 12, 2021.

1. Ice cream, 2. Water fights, 3. Things with stripes, 4. Christopher Walken’s voice, 5. Rollercoasters. In Every Brilliant Thing, a young girl attempts to ease her mother’s depression by creating a list of all the best things in the world. Beloved Cardinal veteran Diane Kondrat will capture your heart with this moving, humorous story which reminds us all of the wonderful and weird things that make life worth living.

“Play What You Will” on single tickets all season long! Tickets on sale starting August 9, 2021. Learn more about the show and find tickets at https://cardinalstage.org/mainstage/every-brilliant-thing/

Sept 5 at 2pm & 5pm
Sept 6 at 2pm
Sept 11 at 2pm & 5pm
Sept 12 at 2pm

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6 Monday / September 6, 2021

Shaping Resilience featured on billboards in Bloomington

06:00 pm to 06:00 pm on Oct 17
Various locations across Bloomington

The Grunwald Gallery is pleased to present Shaping Resilience, an outdoor exhibition and public art project that will address the theme of resilience in many forms. Several emerging artists were invited to create images depicting themes about resilience that will be featured on billboards around Bloomington. For the last two years of the pandemic, everyone has been looking for ways to be resilient in these difficult and confusing times, and resilience is more important than ever in the face of extreme climate change, the pandemic and other threats. This project is a way to communicate through young voices a resilient path forward. The project is part of the College of Arts and Sciences Themester on Resilience.
Invited artists are Wells Douglas, photographer; Daisy May, fashion designer; Annabelle Schafer, painter and Christine Wang, graphic designer. The artists are recent graduates or current students in the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design. Each artist is approaching the idea of resilience differently, with images touching upon the importance of human relationships, appreciation of our natural environment, ideas of physical resilience, and recognition of scientific breakthroughs.
A short film will be created that captures the images installed in the city and will be screened at the Grunwald Gallery and available online. A map and information about the works will be produced and made available online and to visitors to the Grunwald Gallery


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