Founded in 1926, the Kokomo Art Association aims to bring art to the community through their galleries, the Kokomo Arts Center, ArtWorks, and Artist Alley.
In 1889, Monroe Seiberling built an iconic mansion; today, it is home to the Howard County Historical Society, and features numerous exhibits.
Founded in 1888 by chemist Charles Edward, Kokomo Opalescent Glass is the oldest stained-glass manufacturer in the US, producing handmade glass for 130 years.
When Kokomo’s Elwood Haynes invented the “Pioneer,” one of America’s first cars, he sparked an explosion of automobile production that continues today.
Describing himself as a “passionate creator,” Arnell Darden began his journey in Detroit before moving to Indiana. He performs his original poem, “Enough.”
Founded in 1997 by Damien and Rita Gabis, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens has reclaimed over 330 acres of farmland, transforming it to Indiana’s native landscape.
In 2012, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens partnered with the Trumpeter Swan Society to introduce a pair of Trumpeter Swans to their “Windows to the Wetland” exhibit.
In Indianapolis, the jazz scene grew along Indiana Avenue in the early 20th century, fostering some astounding talents and contributing to jazz across America.
The Southside Anglers Club includes over 20 students across Monroe County that work together strategizing bait selection and conditions for competitive fishing!
Inspired by roots rock, The Elect performs "All the Lovers", featured on their album, "Greeting," with Grammy nominated Producer Paul Mayhern.