Georgeanna Tryban tells about being a young American exchange student in Osaka, Japan with Youth For Awareness in the 1960’s. A fearless, eager student, she attended traditional Japanese cultural training along with her Japanese host family sisters.
HIS STORY: One day Michael Hall walked to his local vintage store to buy a jean jacket and while there he found a woman who would say “I do!”. He explains. Heather Irene Hall tells her story about meeting Michael during her Life Stories Project interview.
David Lawrence tells of an early defining experience with Art in the form of music that helped to set his career path toward Arts Administration.
CULTURAL CANNIBALS is “One of the most audacious cultural experiments currently happening” – Nuvo Newsweekly. They combine ethnic music, graphics, dance together in multi-media and multi-culural events across Indianapolis. Co-founder Artur Silva talks about being a hybrid of two cultures and creating a world where ever you are. SEE ALSO – Kyle Long THE CULTURAL CANNIBALS STORY:
Cato and Beatrice Cork reflect on life, love, marriage and how honest role models can help couples get through difficult times.
Gay Burkhart talks about Indianapolis and Westfield in the 1940’s, coal furnaces, tin can phones, and telephone party-line etiquette.
Professional photographer Denis Kelly talks about going to South America as a young man, two stunning photographs of holy sites in Peru, the resulting cross cultural perspective they offered and the help he received in Indianapolis in printing the photos for a New York gallery show.
Cynthia Goodyear talks about how WWII impacted her childhood and how the nation’s sense of war since has changed.
Ophelia Wellington talks about creating Freetown Village as a new, innovative way for people to learn about self-reliant African American communities in Indiana through interactive theatre.