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113 Days Of Art In Bloomington

We are currently in the midst of the Summer Festival’s 113 Days of Art. This week, we will learn what events are lined up for the rest of the summer.

Art on the B-Line trail in Bloomington

Photo: WFIU

Art on the B-Line trail in Bloomington.

Whether you are foregoing a vacation and staying home this summer, or are just looking for something to do, Bloomington’s Summer Festival of the Arts has something to offer the entire family.  We are currently in the midst of the Summer Festival’s 113 Days of Art which runs through August 26th.

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with representatives from the city, Indiana University, and the Bloomington Museum Alliance about the cultural resources and events that make Bloomington a distinctive destination.

 

 

You can join us for a live chat at WFIU.ORG/NoonEdition, follow us on Twitter at Noon Edition or call into the program at 812-855-0811.

Noon Edition airs Friday at 12 p.m.

Guests

Miah Michaelsen, Assistant Director for the Arts, City of Bloomington

Emily Purcell, Chair, Alliance of Bloomington Museums

Drew Bratton, Arts Administrator/Managing Director, Indiana University Department of Theatre, Drama, and Dance/ Indiana Festival Theatre

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