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.

NewsAfrica is a Lioness at BPAS.

Inside Albion's renowned exotic animal sanctuary


NewsA sunset on the Fort Wayne riverfront.

What does eco-friendly riverfront development look like?


Feature StoryFort Wayne's trails see more than 60,000 visitors a month during the summer.

How trails are connecting communities


NewsDesign Week Fort Wayne is an annual celebration of design.

A sneak peek at Design Week


Feature StoryParticipants of the Fort Wayne United Late Night Basketball Program prepare to play.

A city UNITED: No one left on the sidelines


Feature StoryPique: Fort Wayne Arts & Culture is a semi-annual magazine.

Art magazine shares Fort Wayne talent


NewsAs part of the Better Block event, volunteers painted a temporary bike path on Columbia Avenue.

What does 'placemaking' look like?


Feature StoryAmanda Wendt, Mary Corinne Lowenstein-DeGood, Zach Croy, and Kevin Debs of Hop River Brewing Company.

Creating an inclusive environment


Feature StoryWaynedale has access to neighborhood grocery stores and eateries.

The story behind Waynedale's explosive momentum


Feature Story"Genesis" by Nathaniel Pierce in downtown Decatur.

How a Sculpture Tour is transforming Decatur


Feature StoryArt in the Alley is one of many factors bringing life back to downtown Columbia City.

The resurgence of downtown Columbia City


NewsTEDxFortWayne is back after a three-year hiatus.

What to expect at TEDxFortWayne


Feature StoryBrewers Art Supply is open Tuesdays through Saturdays.

The spark that lit Fort Wayne's craft brewing scene


Feature StoryPatrons enjoy the new tasting room at Three Rivers Distilling Co.

A taste of hometown spirit


Feature StoryResidents can renovate existing tiny houses like this one at 1126 Lexington Ave.

The big reason for tiny houses


NewsVolunteers Janet Finkel and Bonnie Pomerantz sort donations.

Addressing unmet needs of low-income families


NewsThe Summit has a large green space for fun and relaxation.

Shared space gives entrepreneurs room to thrive


Feature StoryShruti dancers perform in traditional dress.

Why the top classical Indian musicians come to Fort Wayne


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