Art doesn’t hold still. Art wants to get up and perform, or start a discussion, or find its way to the big screen. Here are some of the spaces for that at Newfields.
Featured EventsPerformance Spaces
Red Baraat: Sound the People
Red Baraat is a pioneering ensemble from Brooklyn that has been praised around the world for its combination of hard driving North Indian Bhangra music with elements of funk, go-go, rock, and jazz.
This queer dance party features designer and performance artist Sky Cubacub and a crew of dancers sporting clothing by Rebirth Garments.
Cereal Cinema: Wreck-It Ralph
Kick back with Wreck-It Ralph, a movie about a video game character who deserts his game to try and change his “bad guy” identity, only to learn that “there’s no one I’d rather be than me.”
Exhibition Opening Reception and Lecture with Bidou Yamaguchi and Dr. John Teramoto, Curator of Asian Art
Celebrate the opening of Making Faces: The Remarkable Masks of Master Bidou Yamaguchi and meet the artist as he unveils the first commissioned work for the Japanese collection.
Movie Night: Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's
Join FAS for a special fashion movie feature.
An Evening with Aaron Bertelsen
Join the Horticultural Society for an evening with Aaron Bertelsen, author of The Great Dixter Cookbook and vegetable gardener and cook at Great Dixter House and Gardens.
Rennie Harris Puremovement American Street Dance Theater: Lifted
With choreography by Rennie Harris, Lifted merges the rhythms of house with the spiritual vocals of gospel to create an epic dance narrative.
Exhibit Columbus 2018 National Symposium: Design, Community, and Progressive Preservation
Join some of the most illustrious minds in architecture and design at the kickoff for this year’s Exhibit Columbus National Symposium.
Sensual / Sexual / Social: The Photography of George Platt Lynes Opening Celebration
Experience the photography of George Platt Lynes with our opening celebration of Sensual/Sexual/Social.
Heartland International Film Festival
Indiana’s largest and longest-running film festival will celebrate its 27th anniversary this October across Indianapolis.