That’s What She Said is a new monthly series and summer festival
showcasing the women and LGBTQIA+ members in our community.

It is an evening for everyone to come, celebrate one another, network, and connect.

For this inaugural @That’s What She Said, Carli Stevenson will be our speaker for the evening, speaking on this months topic: The Face of Feminism Today: ie where we are on this thing now! Blaze Stahl is our solo artist, and Indy’s hard-hitting, kickass band The Orchard Keepers will be closing out the evening! Come celebrate the women in your community and get charged up for the fight for equal rights!

https://www.facebook.com/thatswhatshesaidindy
@twssindy

This animal friendly art show features the work of Charyl Janney, Brandt Carter, Erica Schutt, CS Stanley, Looks By Larissa, Mr Bunny (UK), Samuel Penaloza, Matthew Sheek Artist, Patricia Stanley and more!

Brandt Carter (represented by Green Men Art Gallery) donates all proceeds of her art sales to Canine Connection LLC which trains rescue dogs to become service dogs.

CS Stanley will be donating 25 percent of his art proceeds to FIDO Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside, an all-volunteer group that focuses on helping dog owners to improve the quality of life for their outside dogs.

Music by Leycia Eclipse

With special guests from Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside, Bow Wow Meow Boutique, Camp Bow Wow Southport and more to be announced!

That’s What She Said is a new monthly series and summer festival
showcasing the women and LGBTQIA+ members in our community.

It is an evening for everyone to come, celebrate one another, network, and connect.

For this inaugural @That’s What She Said, Carli Stevenson will be our speaker for the evening, speaking on this months topic: The Face of Feminism Today: ie where we are on this thing now! Blaze Stahl is our solo artist, and Indy’s hard-hitting, kickass band The Orchard Keepers will be closing out the evening! Come celebrate the women in your community and get charged up for the fight for equal rights!

https://www.facebook.com/thatswhatshesaidindy
@twssindy

$25 for each attendee for Mother’s Day weekend. Sunday 12:30pm-6pm. While supplies last. (Please pre register)
Stop in any time between our pour hours and treat your mom, girlfriend or special someone to a one day special event.
To reserve your spot, please pay here… https://acceleration.ecwid.com/Paint-Pour-Classes-p138087616

Virginia Ave Music Forum:
The Music In Your City & Beyond

For the second year now we’re bringing you a variety of panel discussions to go along with all the spectacular performances. As we’re known to do though, this year we’re going bigger than before. Virginia Ave Music Fest 2019 is bringing you 11 different panels for our Virginia Ave Music Forum! The music scene in Indianapolis is growing at a remarkable rate. New venues, music companies, and world class musicians are popping up more and more…and we want to make sure that our community is ready to tackle it all head on. This year’s panels don’t cover EVERY topic in the music world, but we did our best to bring as many useful topics as we can…along with bringing back last year’s most popular panel, Music & Social Justice. Check out the schedule, come learn with us, and bring your best questions for our panelists!

Big thanks to Pioneer Indy, as they’re making it easier to find the panels this year by having them all in their space, and allowing us to make them all ages!

Stay tuned as more panels get added to the schedule and we announce all of our panelists!

Check out http://www.virginiaavenuemusicfest.com/music-forum/ for more details.

Virginia Ave Music Forum:
The Music In Your City & Beyond

For the second year now we’re bringing you a variety of panel discussions to go along with all the spectacular performances. As we’re known to do though, this year we’re going bigger than before. Virginia Ave Music Fest 2019 is bringing you 11 different panels for our Virginia Ave Music Forum! The music scene in Indianapolis is growing at a remarkable rate. New venues, music companies, and world class musicians are popping up more and more…and we want to make sure that our community is ready to tackle it all head on. This year’s panels don’t cover EVERY topic in the music world, but we did our best to bring as many useful topics as we can…along with bringing back last year’s most popular panel, Music & Social Justice. Check out the schedule, come learn with us, and bring your best questions for our panelists!

Big thanks to Pioneer Indy, as they’re making it easier to find the panels this year by having them all in their space, and allowing us to make them all ages!

Stay tuned as more panels get added to the schedule and we announce all of our panelists!

Check out http://www.virginiaavenuemusicfest.com/music-forum/ for more details.

Indy Old Time Music Jam
April 22nd 2019
Pre-Civil War Era Music
Bring and instrument & join the circle!
All Ages
Free

That’s What She Said is a new monthly series and summer festival
showcasing the women and LGBTQIA+ members in our community.

It is an evening for everyone to come, celebrate one another, network, and connect.

For this inaugural @That’s What She Said, Carli Stevenson will be our speaker for the evening, speaking on this months topic: The Face of Feminism Today: ie where we are on this thing now! Blaze Stahl is our solo artist, and Indy’s hard-hitting, kickass band The Orchard Keepers will be closing out the evening! Come celebrate the women in your community and get charged up for the fight for equal rights!

https://www.facebook.com/thatswhatshesaidindy
@twssindy

Presented by Flat12 Bierwerks Indianapolis
FREE // ALL AGES
6:30 PM – Sign Ups
7 PM – Music Starts

Join us for our monthly jazz series, hosted by Mark Ortwein, Chase Blackburn, Kevin Hood and more local jazz favorites. This event is the only ALL AGES JAZZ JAM in Indianapolis, so don’t be shy!

Beer, wine, coffee, and other non-alcoholic drinks available!

Presented by Ash & Elm Cider Co.
FREE // ALL AGES
6:30 PM – Sign Ups
7 PM – Music Starts

Join us for our new monthly classical series, hosted by Eric Salazar & Mark Ortwein. Bring your instrument and play the classics! $1 off all Ash & Elm Products!

Beer, wine, coffee, and other non-alcoholic drinks available!