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107, 2017

Happy Festival Announcement Day!

July 1st, 2017|

… to unveil both a fabulous 2017 Lotus World Music & Arts Festival t-shirt design and a stellar artist lineup.  Mark your calendars for September 28 – October 1!   Without further ado:

First: The T-Shirt.
Artist and longtime Lotus lover Kayleigh Lebak designed the official 2017 Festival t-shirt (featured image) and pin, both of which were inspired by the chalking traditions rooted […]

2606, 2017

Guest Blogger: Rob Shakespeare

June 26th, 2017|

We invite you to read why Lotus Education & Arts Foundation board president Rob Shakespeare is passionate about supporting the Lotus mission:
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Lotus is such a gift to Bloomington, the surrounding counties, and to Indiana! I am so appreciative of serving on the board of this organization with its far reaching mission and impact.
The Festival is […]

2112, 2016

Happy Holidays!

December 21st, 2016|

Happy Holidays from Lotus!  Our office will be closed starting December 23rd, and we’ll reopen in the new year on Tuesday, January 3rd.

There’s still time to make your tax-deductible year-end donation to Lotus!  Don’t worry — even though we’re closed, gifts that are postmarked or received by December 31st will be processed as 2016 contributions for […]

912, 2016

Donate with NAP Credits – SOLD OUT

December 9th, 2016|

Our NAP credits for 2016 are now SOLD OUT.

But…Friends of Lotus donations are always tax-deductible!  If you would like to make a contribution that keeps the world coming to our community, please click here to get started.

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Lotus is now participating in the popular Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) tax-credit program. Credits are still available! Through NAP, a […]

1711, 2016

Help Give the Gift of Lotus

November 17th, 2016|

Thank you for joining with us this year to celebrate the beauty and diversity of the world’s cultures!  As you saw firsthand in September and throughout this year, Lotus is deeply committed to bringing people together through music and the arts. Our year-round programming allows Lotus to plant the seeds of beauty, respect, curiosity, and cross-cultural […]

1608, 2016

Chef David Tallent curates Lotus food trucks.

August 16th, 2016|

Nationally recognized Chef David Tallent is helping Lotus blend local food with global flavor for this year’s  Lotus World Music & Arts Festival.  A nine-time James Beard Award semi-finalist, Tallent is guest curator for the 2016 Lotus Food Truck Village, inviting hand-picked food trucks from Louisville, Indianapolis, and Bloomington to offer festival attendees diverse menu options ranging from Indian cuisine and […]

108, 2016

Festival Tickets On Sale Now!

August 1st, 2016|

Tickets are on sale now for the 23rd annual Lotus World Music & Arts Festival, September 15-18!  Save with advance purchase and weekend-pass options.  Click here for full ticketing details, or to make a purchase now.

Don’t miss our newest offering – a Lotus All-Inclusive Package that gives you the entire Festival in one convenient click. This advance […]

107, 2016

2016 Festival Artist Line-up

July 1st, 2016|

It’s here!  We’re excited to reveal the 30+ different artists who will take the stage throughout the 23rd annual Lotus World Music & Arts Festival.  The majority of our 2016 artists are making their Lotus debut this year, so there will be loads of new  music to discover . . . but, of course, we’ve also invited back some […]

1406, 2016

2016 Festival Artwork Revealed

June 14th, 2016|

Every year, Lotus selects two local artists to bring their creative visions to the Festival experience and create the artwork that will grace t-shirts, posters, and more.  Watch for these 2016 designs to make their way into the Lotus landscape over the coming months!

Joe Lee: 2016 Festival T-Shirt and Pin
Renowned cartoonist Joe Lee used Bloomington’s iconic weather-vane […]

1406, 2016

Women Writing for (a) Change bring Lotus Stars to Incarcerated Women

June 14th, 2016|

Written by Lauren Bryant

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2016, Amy Cornell was learning to weave stars with her 6-year-old daughter at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. The star-folding scene was the official launch of the year-long One Million Stars to End Violence: Lotus International Star-Weaving Project. 

Amy and I are long-time participants in Women […]

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