Fort Wayne Arts Scene

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As of last Monday morning, thanks to Fort Wayne's Art This Way program, there's a brand new mural on the downtown arts scene by Hamburg's internationally acclaimed muralist known as 1010.

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Fort Wayne creative, Adrian Curry, recipient of this year's Emerging Leader award from Arts United, embraces the artistic passions that drive his community involvement, and he's giving school kids a chance to develop there own skills trhough his Art Leadership Center on the city's south side.

Bambi Guthrie

Fort Wayne native John Hartman is a seasoned videographer who formed his own company about six months ago on the city's south side, aptly named Zero Seven Films.

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As the First Presbyterian Theater heads toward its fiftieth anniversary celebration in April, this season’s line up is a strong one, and the group is kicking off the new year in a particularly thoughtful way with a big-little play about faith, called The Christians.

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2018 proved to be another arts-driven year for Fort Wayne, and according to Arts United's president, Susan Mendenhall, the city's cultural skyline has never been more vibrant.

Brian Davis

If you're in the mood for a live theatrical performance that's decidedly not holiday fare, Shakespearemachine's Macbeth opens tonight, promising a new and creative take on one of the Bard's most popular tragedies.

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Dia Fort Wayne is a spirited Dia de los Muertos celebration, held in downtown Fort Wayne, at the University of Saint Francis Performing Arts Center.

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Thanks to the public art program, Art This Way, Fort Wayne's outdoor mural population is blossoming.

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Betty Fishman has been a prominent figure on Fort Wayne's arts scene since the 1950's--as artist and educator, as well as gallery director, advocate and collector.

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Fort Wayne's Embassy Theatre is hosting its three week intensive for middle school studens with a passion for stage craft again this summer.

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