Leonard studied dentistry to please his father, but he was personally drawn to music. He tells the story of a three day fast that led to creating a string of original gospel songs and ultimately TyScott Records.
A woman who floats in saltwater tells a musician that he should be a storyteller. Thus begins the quest of Bob Sander, Co-Founder of Storytelling Arts of Indiana.
In an excerpt of his story about the life lessons learned from his father, Andrew tells about how his parents encouraged their children to learn to play music. One Christmas evening they found a clever way to channel Andrew’s passion for playing the snare drum.
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.
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 Kyle Long talks about the process of creating an American Identity with all of the diverse cultural elements of our people. SEE ALSO – Artur Silva THE CULTURAL CANNIBALS STORY:
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:
Take the classic literature of Edgar Allen Poe and turn it into successful modern musical theatre. Absurd? That is exactly what actor/musician/playwright Ben Asaykwee did. Ben tells the story of why he created Cabaret Poe in Chicago and brought it to Indianapolis where it continues to make a difference in peoples’ lives.