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2014 Theme:
JOURNEY

The journey between “here” and “there” is filled with movement and meaning. How is this movement shaping—and being shaped by— identity, spirituality, public policy, and civic life? From the instruments of mobility in all its forms (education, money, waterways, trails, bus lines, bike lanes, policies, etc.), to the reasons (quality of life, self-expression, community development, health, persecution, pilgrimage, etc.), JOURNEY will explore the dynamic passages of peoples, places, and ideas.

Starting on October 4th, get the 2014 festival event guide at partner locations and the public library.

Check out our October Preview for year-round events that explore the theme, learn more about Spirit & Place, and sign-up for our newsletter to stay on top of  JOURNEY events around the city. Festival events for November 7-16 will be posted in early fall.

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Continue The Journey:
Race, Diversity, & Interactions

Saturday, November 22, 2014, 6 PM-8 PM
Allison Mansion, Marian University
3200 Colds Springs Road, Indianapolis

Come and join the conversation and panel discussion exploring diversity among different institutions in the city. We will highlight a pair of organizations, explore their current practices for increasing diversity, and find out whether or not such increases in diversity brought the desired results.

Presented by The Latino Youth Collective, Indy Thinks, and Marian University. Visit alookinside.us, email javier@latinoyouthcollective.com, or call 317-348-0759.

This program is an outgrowth of a 2013 Spirit & Place program called $20K: A Competition About Race, which invited community members to submit ideas that might reshape notions of race in Central Indiana. The winner of the prize was Javier Barrera with Latino Youth Collective.




Questions? Call 317-278-3623 or email festival@iupui.edu.
 
Lilly Endowment

Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation

Bohlsen Group

IUPUI
The Polis Center Indianapolis Foundation

WFYI

NUVO

University of Indianapolis