NewsArts & Culture / September 30, 2020

Conner Prairie Partnering With Heartland International Film Festival On Pop-Up Drive-In

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Conner Prairie Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer Andrew Bradford. - Courtesy of Conner Prairie

Conner Prairie Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer Andrew Bradford.

Courtesy of Conner Prairie

Like many arts and culture venues, Conner Prairie has discovered new ways to use its property. Its latest collaboration is with the Heartland International Film Festival as it hosts a pop-up drive-in theater.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke via ZOOM with Conner Prairie Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer Andrew Bradford, about how the living history museum is using its outdoor acreage and large parking spaces to help other organizations.

This past weekend Conner Prairie opened three safe and socially distanced outdoor corn mazes for guests to explore. Information on the mazes and movies is available on the museum's website.

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