The International Center aims to promote events in Indiana that highlight and celebrate cultural diversity and international relations. Whether you like to engage in international diplomacy, eat Chinese food, dance to Russian music, celebrate a French holiday, or participate in Scottish games, we hope you’ll find a way to celebrate and participate in our global city.
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Event details Join us for a come-and-go, family-friendly community event that will stoke positive energy in the universe! Bring your love of music and dance to create sacred symbols of the universe. Saturday, November 2, 2019 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Ivy Tech Community College IFC Illinois Fall Creek Center 2535 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208 Free to the public, walk-ins welcomed by RSVPs strongly encouraged Recognition of universal shapes and other forms of sacred geometry, such as the mandala, can have an effect on how we view ourselves in relation to others and the universe. Shapes describe an important part of what we are – and connected elements evolving from and revolving around a unifying center. This free-flowing event invites participants to dance, create art, listen to poetry, and celebrate their special place in the universe! Campus parking, this is free. Enter doors 1 or 2 to building off of 26th & Illinois Streets or off of 26th St. and Capitol Ave. Also located on IndyGo routes 28 and 39. If taking the IndyGo Red Line, take to the Fall Creek/Meridian Street station. Presented by Ivy Tech Community College—Indianapolis, Ivy Tech Student Life & Development, and Dances of Universal Peace Indianapolis. Questions? Contact Rose Wilson at email@example.com. About Spirit and Place The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 1 - 10) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion plan in community life. Spirit & Place is a legacy project of The Polis Center and part of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more and check out other festival events at spiritandplace.org.Find out more »
Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates deceased family members through music, storytelling, food, and ofrendas (altars). Join us to learn more about this Mexican holiday and partake in the traditions by enjoying cultural music & storytelling, creating Mexican-inspired crafts, trying traditional food, and more! Share a photo, drawing, or stories about your deceased loved ones by adding to our community wall. Guests are encouraged to dress up in traditional outfits and face paint and join us for a parade through Garfield Park at the end of the event. Sat, Nov 2 5-8 pm FreeFind out more »