NewsArts & Culture / March 26, 2020

Local Artists Hope To Serve Public During COVID-19 Pandemic

Local Artists Hope To Serve Public During COVID-19 PandemicWFYIs Jill Ditmire spoke with Harrison Center for the Arts Executive Director Joanna Taft to learn how artists hope to serve the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.Harrison Center for the Arts, coronavirus, COVID-192020-03-26T00:00:00-04:00
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Local Artists Hope To Serve Public During COVID-19 Pandemic

Harrison Center for the Arts Executive Director Joanna Taft.

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The Harrison Center for the Arts is home to dozens of working, independent Indianapolis artists and a number of community-oriented projects.

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Executive Director Joanna Taft to learn how artists hope to serve the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.

WFYI is no longer interviewing people in the studio in an effort to protect against the spread of COVID-19, so Ditmire reached Taft by phone.

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