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NEWHALLVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD FESTIVAL

Join your neighbors in a celebration of Newhallville with performances by Thabisa Rich, DJ Prime, the Wayne Brown Band, and KP On the Set. In conjunction with this virtual festival there will be a...

Listening to Earth: Indigenous Wisdom & Climate Futures

Hear from Indigenous voices on the climate knowledge that has existed in their communities for generations and the practical solutions that can spur a better collective attempt at caring for our...

THE HILL NEIGHBORHOOD FESTIVAL

Join your neighbors in a celebration of The Hill with performances by Manny James, Charisa The Violin Diva, and a showcase at the Hill Museum.

JOY HARJO IN CONVERSATION WITH MADELINE SAYET

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas is honored to feature United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo in conversation with playwright and director Madeline Sayet. Harjo, the first Native American...

Dinner Stories: Transformation

Convert your home into a virtual dinner theater with this evening of music, storytelling and food. Set to the “expressive, pristine vocals” (WNPR) of jazz artist Isabella Mendes, three different...

Where to Get your Copy of Joy Harjo's AN AMERICAN SUNRISE for the NEA BIG READ

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas invites you to join us as we celebrate US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo's An American Sunrise, the Festival’s choice for the 2021 NEA Big Read. Harjo’s poems sing...

Five Poems by US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo

The poems of US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo sing of beauty and survival, illuminating a spirituality that connects her to her ancestors and thrums with the quiet anger of living amid the ruins of...

Imagine with the Festival May 14 - June 27, 2021

Festival 2021 will feature 200+ events—80% free—with luminaries like choreographer Ronald K. Brown, Indigenous theater director Madeline Sayet, and a high drama, high fashion Hair Art show.

Interview with Artistic Director & Choreographer Ronald K. Brown

Get to know dancer and choreographer Ronald K. Brown and EVIDENCE: A Dance Company, which mixes traditional African dances with contemporary music and staging.

New Year's Resolutions: Looking forward with Shelley Quiala

Executive Director Shelley Quiala sets intentions her for the new year,

Looking Back at 2020 with the Festival

2020 has been one of the most challenging of our lifetimes, but in a year of great challenge, we found great creativity. Here are some favorite Festival moments.

Welcoming our New Director of Programming

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas welcomes Malakhi Eason as its new Director of Programming and Community Impact, following an international search guided by Arts Consulting Group.

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