A new partnership between Indy Convergence and Reconnecting to Our Waterways, or ROW, hopes to bring arts patrons to the banks of the White River. WFYI’s Matt Pelsor talks with ROW’s Collective Impact Director Julie Rhodes, and Indy Convergence Executive Director Caitlin Negron about the plans.
News • Arts & Culture / January 4, 2019
New Partnership Aims To Bring Arts Patrons To Banks Of White River
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