22nd annual Spirit & Place Festival focuses on POWER Nov. 3-12
WHAT: The Spirit & Place Festival returns in 2017 to explore the meaning behind “power” with 37 unique events throughout 10 days. These events take place across 32 venues with over 70 presenters, speakers and performers on Nov. 3-12. This year’s festival includes a selection of events that are centered on the art and power of music and theater.
Visit the website at www.spiritandplace.org for the full festival lineup, including these music and theater events below:
Sunday, November 5 – 2-3:30 p.m.
Power Chords: A Violinist’s Obsession with Bach
Presented by Colette Abel Colette Abel and Crown Hill Heritage Foundation
Crown Hill Cemetery – Gothic Chapel, 700 W. 38th St.
Violinist Colette Abel leads you on a musical journey through powerful masterpieces by J.S. Bach and Eugene Ysaye in Crown HIll’s intimate Gothic Chapel.
Sunday, November 5 – 2-4 p.m.
What If? The Power of Imagination
Presented by JCC Indianapolis, Dance Kaleidoscope, Indiana Writers Center, Indiana Historical Society, and Jewish Family Services
Arthur M. Glick JCC – Laikin Auditorium, 6701 Hoover Rd.
High school and college writers exercise their imaginations through literary responses to “what if” scenarios inspired by the world we live in. Dance Kaleidoscope dancers as well as actors from the Indiana Historical Society will then interpret their creative responses.
Sunday, November 5 – 7-9 p.m.
Overcoming Addiction: The Paradox of Powerlessness and Power
Presented by Presented by Fairbanks; Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition; Art of Healing, Inc.; and Hope Academy.
Phoenix Theater – 749 N. Park Ave.
Witness the powerful grasp of addiction, the stigma of mental health diseases, and the healing power of recovery through a play, spoken word performance and discussion.
Thursday, November 9 – 6:30-8 p.m.
Using the Power of Music to Promote Health
Presented by Marianne Tobias Music Program at Eskenazi Health and the Indianapolis Children’s Choir.
Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital – Eli Lily Company Foundation Concourse, 720 Eskenazi Ave.
High-quality healthcare combines with the power of music to heal the whole person – mind, body, and spirit – at Eskenazi Health. Learn how music has the power to enhance health while enjoying a performance from the Indianapolis Children’s Choir.
Saturday, November 11 – 1-3 p.m.
Rise Up Singing!
Presented by Earth Charter Indiana; Indianapolis Worker Justice Center; Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Justice; and Christian Theological Seminary.
Christian Theological Seminary – 1000 W. 42nd St.
Lift your voice in song for historic and contemporary social justice causes: civil rights, worker justice, human equality and environmental protection. Participants will learn about the important role music has played in various social justice causes through video, discussion and group singing.