There’s more than just Lotus happening around Festival time …
401 S. Walnut | Sept. 20 – 23
During the Festival, satisfy your ice cream cravings and help support Lotus at the same time: On those days, the folks at the Moose are donating 10% of the weekend’s profits to the Lotus Education & Arts Foundation! (And it’s just a block away from Lotus in the Park.)
Chalk Art at Pygmalion’s
108 N. Grant | Friday, Sept. 21, 6 p.m.
The sidewalk and street provide the canvas for creativity, facilitated by Kansas City chalk artist Mark Glover. Hosted by Bloomington’s independent art supply store. Pygmalion’s hosts young artists from area schools on Friday, September 21, guided by Kansas City chalk artist Mark Glover. Peruse their designs after 6 p.m. that evening.
WFHB 91.3/98.1 FM • Bloomington community radio
Catch live interviews and performances by festival artists. All day on Friday, Sept. 21. Listen
Sept. 21, Midnight – 3 a.m. at the FARM Root Cellar: Lotus Live, Vol. 2 — WFHB debuts its second compilation CD of live Lotus artist performances.
- Exhibits: Boxcar Books (408 E. 6th; “CUBA,” by Ned Powell), Mathers Museum (416 N. Indiana; Cuban Poster Art), Emeriti House (1015 E. Atwater, Cuban photos by retired faculty); IU Art Museum (1133 E. 7th, Pop-Art by Joe Tilson)
- Films at IU Cinema: Habana Station (2010), Sept. 4; KORDAvision (2005), Sept. 17. Showtimes and ticket information here.
Eat Around the Equator
First Presbyterian Church (6th & Lincoln) | Saturday, Sept. 22, 4 – 6:30 p.m.
Enjoy good food and great music prior to the evening’s Lotus performances. This event supports local non-profit agencies Habitat for Humanity, Area 10 Agency on Aging, and MCUM, as well as national and international mission work. Tickets available at the door; 10 tickets for $10 (food items require approx. 1-3 tickets each).