Arts and Culture

From rising entrepreneurs to local legends, grassroots projects to world-class performances, the arts and culture are at the center of northeast Indiana's growth. Across the region, galleries, public art displays, creative businesses, and experiential activities create a vibrant, inclusive culture on the edge of what's next.

NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university


Feature StorySean Wang, left, and Scott Fergusson, right, celebrate the Chapman's tap room in downtown Fort Wayne at Fortezza Coffee.

Tapping into small town community


Feature StoryTrinity English hosted a 10-week public "Dialogue on Race" this spring.

‘People of every age and race are here’


NewsOut of a Jam helps at-risk teens develop life skills through cooking.

Fort Wayne's newest food truck has a powerful purpose


Feature StoryNeighborLink assigns volunteers to local service projects.

What does it mean to be a good neighbor?


Feature StoryYouTube-famous Kristen Alexis films her videos in her Fort Wayne home.

Getting to know YouTube sensation Kristyn Alexis


NewsVolunteers for the 2017 Hobnobben Film Festival pose in downtown Fort Wayne.

Want to support regional art projects?


NewsHistoric City Square in Van Wert, Ohio.

A look at New Urbanism in the Midwest


Feature StoryFort Wayne's "Donut Lady" Hetty Arts is at the Ft. Wayne Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.

Meet the lady behind Fort Wayne's donut truck


NewsThe 765 pulls into the LaSalle Street station in Chicago on one of its excursions.

What's happening with Headwaters Junction?


NewsCurrent Fort Wayne offers event information from multiple calendars in one place.

Gear up for summer festival season with Current Fort Wayne


Feature StoryThe Hotel LaFontaine was a popular stay for the rich and famous when it opened in 1926.

Saving the story of a Huntington landmark


NewsDESIAR eyewear was created by Fort Wayne native Jamal Robinson, center.

Eyewear entrepreneur shares success to encourage others


NewsColumbia Street, also known as The Landing, is currently under construction.

Landing a destination for local business


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