How does a hedgehog leave its mark? Jolie Wall Toles helps.
A new arts space called Wunderkammer Co. is the result of Dan Swartz's inspiration and organizing ability.
City and campus vocalists rely on IPFW’s Aaron Mitchell as they raise their voices in song.
Ann Shive recreates Crestwood Gallery and makes her other dream come true, too.
Fort Wayne’s Cinema Center is underway with Jonah Crismore at the helm.
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art would not be the same without its Art League, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year.
Liz Monnier dances her way and brings the Fort Wayne Dance Collective along.
Jeannette Jacquish just can’t do without local theatre.
Bob Roets has grown Wooden Nickel into an important supporter of our local music scene.
With one long-time and a second newer leader, the Fort Wayne Area Community Band is how 80 musicians keep music a part of their lives.
Marjorie Friedel’s quietly ambitious new art gallery embodies her vision of a place that welcomes — and spotlights — the unknown.
Joel Harmeyer is a very lucky man. With a big job. He picks the bands that get to headline at Down the Line, the Embassy Theatre’s hottest-ticket-in-town annual fundraiser this month.
Meeting the Music is fun for all involved, thanks to Julia Meek, Andrew Anderson, more than 500 local performers and Northeast Indiana Public Radio.
Jim Schmidt really capers at Plymouth Congregational Church’s annual Boar’s Head Festival.
Photography by Bianca Hecht and Tara Froelich and submitted.
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, and submitted
Photography by Bianca Hecht and Tara Froelich and submitted
Photography by Maggie Dye, Tara Froelich and submitted
Photography by Maggie Dye, Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer and submitted
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer, Theresa Thompson and submitted