Crab cakes and a cocktail or two! Yes, yes… and yes!
In our kitchen today, David Allee, Owner of the Jazz Kitchen, and Grace Yinger, Development Coordinator Indy Jazz Foundation, tell us about a new art, music and culinary festival on May 15 and 16 that you’ll be sure to want tickets for. Oh, and we chat about those crab cakes, too! Take a listen:
Locally Made is a fantastic new art, music and culinary festival on May 15th and May 16th that is produced by and is hosted at the Indianapolis Arts Center. This festival replaces the Broad Ripple art fair. Locally Made, presented by OneAmerica, is a new community event that showcases the talents of Indiana creators. Brought to you by the Indianapolis Art Center and Indy Jazz Fest, Locally Made features the creativity and talent in our circle city and surrounding areas in a celebration of art, music, local brews, and food!
Partnering with the Indy Jazz Fest, this festival will feature local musicians who live and breathe the Indy music scene! Guests will be able to enjoy some sweet sounds while taking in the work of a select number of talented Indiana-based artists throughout the Art Center grounds selling unique and one-of-a-kind art. While your there, don’t forget to keep an eye out for artful demonstrations in woodturning, wheelthrowing, weaving, raku, blacksmithing, painting, and more from Art Center Teaching Artists and Students.
Saturday, May 15 – Noon-6:00 pm
Sunday, May 16 – Noon-6:00 pm
With only a limited number of tickets available each day for safety and an exciting Backstage Pass area with musician meet and greets and more, this event will be a new experience for our creative community.
NEW! When you go to purchase your tickets, look for add-on merchandise options. We are offering a few select NEW items that you can pre-order and pick up at the event. There will be merchandise tents at the event as well, with t-shirts, koozies, and more, but these new items may sell out fast!