Improv comedy troupe offers laughs in Indy
GREENFIELD — See Emmy-nominated IndyProv, the only independent improvisational comedy troupe in Indianapolis, at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Hancock County Public Library.
This family-friendly event promises to have audience members laughing until they cry.
The interactive show calls for audience input that determines the outcome of the performance. IndyProv is featured on the “Indy A-List” as one of the top 10 Best Live Comedy groups.
This event is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Hancock County Public Library through the sale of donated books, DVDs and CDs. Contact 317-462-5141, ext. 238 to register.
Create ‘love tokens’ to brighten someone’s day
INDIANAPOLIS — Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Harrison Center for the Arts and VSA Indiana will host Love Tokens, a free art workshop for all ages and abilities, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at 1505 N. Delaware St. in Indianapolis.
Carrie Claycomb-King will lead participants to create ceramic heart “love tokens” to give to brighten a friend’s or neighbor’s day.
VSA Indiana’s studios and galleries are handicap-accessible and feature adaptive equipment, ensuring art for all. Admission is free. Contact 317-974-4123 for more information.
Celebrate African-American art with free events in Indy
INDIANAPOLIS — Art & Soul 2015, a celebration of African-American art and artists in Indiana, offers free events throughout the month of February at the Indianapolis Arts Garden, located at Washington and Illinois streets.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis (in partnership with Asante Children’s Theatre, Freetown Village, Latino Youth Collective, Madame Walker Theatre Center and Honorary Chair Amos Brown) presents live music, art, dance and performances.
A complete calendar of events and more information is available at indyarts.org/art-soul.
Show displays work focused on horse farms
ZIONSVILLE — Heart the Horse, a fine arts show to celebrate the many horse farms in the Zionsville area, is open free to the public through Feb. 28 at the Sullivan Munce Cultural Center at 225 W. Hawthorne St. in Zionsville.
Featured artists include Nancy Arbuckle, Kathy Blankenheim, Andrea Bojrab, Beth Forst, Valery Kosorukov, Diane Lyon, Katherine LaPlace Meade, Chris Newlund, Susie Rachles, J. Rodney Reveal and Larry Rudolech.
Call 317-873-4900 for specific dates and times for the gallery’s open hours.