"You are Here".
Cassidy Frye, friend and student at Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis, IN making prints for here final project.
Exhausting Power Lines. US 231, Indiana.
Grazing. US 52, Indiana.
Loading the Van. Indianapolis, IN. Sometime over the Summer.
Because there is no such thing as too much cyclocross, brah.
Cyclocross. Indy Cycloplex/Major Taylor Velodrome. 10/19/2013.
*continued (…from yesterday’s post. Somehow, your computer always conveniently runs out of power at the best moments).
Ani Choekyi, Tibetan Buddhist nun.
K.P. Singh, a leader in the Sikh Community of Indianapolis.
Rev. Grace Burton, Edwards of Trinity Episcopal Church and St. Richard’s Episcopal School
Rabbi Mendel Schusterman, Lubavitch of Indiana
Aaron Harrison, student majoring in Religion at Butler University
Don Knebel, president of Center for Interfaith Cooperation
Sister Norma Rocklage of the Franciscan Sisters of Oldenburg, Ind., representing Marian University
Hasan Hakeem, Muslim
Andrea Guajardo and Chance Lewandowski, students from Anderson University
David Carlson, Ph.D., Professor at Franklin College, representing Shoulder to Shoulder
See full story and photos at IndianapolisMonthly.com.
On Sunday, Veteran’s Memorial Plaza in Indianapolis, IN played host to Indy’s Inaugural Festival of Faiths, an interfaith festival presented by the Center for Interfaith Cooperation here in Indianapolis.
Over 60 different faiths were represented at the festival and there were a number of musical acts and art performances.
While at the festival, I was interested in seeing how those participating and wandering around defined faith. Walking around with a white board, I asked several different people the question, “What is faith?”
Pictured: Donald Lassere, CEO of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville.
*More photos to follow.
A Free Syria. Indianapolis, IN. Sept 2013.
So it’s been a hot minute since I posted something. Here are some photos from a good night a while back. Enjoy.