Category Archives: Broad Culture

Dialogue and Dance!

We would like to invite you to the closing reception of The Speakeasy this coming Friday, May 11 at 8pm. Naturally, and as always, we will be serving food, drinks, and conversation to all comers. The night is going to … Continue reading

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Speakeasy Exchange-Four: Creative Labor-Nuts and Bolts, May 3rd, 7 pm.

Speakeasy Exchanges are conversational platforms designed to draw on the collective knowledge and experience of all participants. Rather than reinforcing the roles of expert panel and attentive audience, invited guests in this series will come prepared with questions to stimulate … Continue reading

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Last Week/This Week

Its hard to explain what exactly happens at The Speakeasy. Hopefully, these images will be able to guide from Wednesday to Sunday of last week, showcasing the events, and program that we had planned. We had our first round of regulars photographed, … Continue reading

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Temporary Services presents “War is Trauma” & Half Letter Press Pop-up!

Temporary Services will be presenting the “War Is Trauma” portfolio organized by Booklyn, Justseeds and IVAW. Marc Fischer of Temporary Services and William Stewart of IVA will be talking about their involvement in the project on April 13 from 6-9 … Continue reading

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E-Dogz @ The Speakeasy

E-Dogz is a collaborative mobile kitchen project that is a platform for the cross-pollinating of foodways. Through collaborative cooking practices, Eric “E-Dog” May develops recipes with guest chefs that reflect the contemporary food landscape while promoting evolving cultural expressions. The guest chefs that work with E-Dogz range from … Continue reading

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Curatorial Lineage: Hans Ulrich Obrist

As curators Hans Ulrich Obrist is a huge influence for us which should be no surprise since his curatorial endeavors over the last two decades have changed the face of the art world. In 1991 at the age of 23 … Continue reading

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“Cabin(s) in the Woods” By Wes Janz

Pallet Garage is very likely the first building in the United States to be constructed almost entirely of timber pallets and granted a building permit (STR11-02978, City of Indianapolis, Department of Code Enforcement, August 26, 2011). Pallets are omnipresent. The … Continue reading

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