Indiana Humanities

Waterways Film Tour

Marshall J. Gardner Center For The Arts

Indiana Humanities is hosting a 9-city film tour featuring six short documentary films about Indiana’s waterways. These films, developed in conjunction with Indiana Humanities’ environmental humanities theme, Unearthed, tell stories from across the state of Hoosiers and their diverse relationships with water. From the efforts to reintroduce the hellbender salamander, to the fading art of netmaking, the films explore issues of access and conservation, as well as the unique cultures that spring up around Indiana’s waterways.


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“Indiana Humanities” is part of our Screenings series.

Upcoming events

May

6th
Quilts! By Chris Sass, featuring Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry
15th
Farmers Market 2022
21st
What’s Your Name, Who’s Your Daddy? A Play By Jeanette Yoffe
26th
Movie Night! Empire Records
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There will be no Family Yoga on Saturday, May 7th. Family Yoga will be back June 4th.
Pilates will be back March 15th.
Family Yoga is now the first Saturday of each month.
New Monday evening Candlelight Yoga starts February 7th.
We're closed NYE and Jan 1, but open Jan 2. There will be no yoga or pilates before NYE.
Family Yoga Moved to Wednesdays

Miller Beach Arts & Creative District

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 2405, Gary, IN 46403
219-885-9114
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Gallery Location:

Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts
540 S. Lake Street, Gary, IN 46403
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