Kate Oberreich, Indianapolis Artsgarden Cultural Concierge

Provenance: Indianapolis native with a short stint as a Montanan.

Current neighborhood: Meridian-Kessler, Indianapolis, IN 

First Job: Essential Edibles at 49th and Pennsylvania

If I weren't an arts administrator, I would be: Probably a lawyer... art law, of course.

Inspiration: Everything... it's overwhelming sometimes.

Reading: World War Z by Max Brooks

Listening to: Lily & Madeleine's Keep it Together

Zen Moment: Anytime I'm painting.

Current Project: Creating a new body of work that will lead to a new solo show.

Dream Project: Having artwork in another movie and creating an album cover (got very close this year!). 

What artist/musician (living or deceased) would you like to have dinner with and where would you take them? I had the chance to meet and talk with mixed media artist Sabrina Ward Harrison a few years ago and would like the opportunity to do so again, but maybe this time at my home.

Love about the Indy arts scene: The variety of art venues, there's something for everyone and how Indy artists are so approachable.

When you are not out crusading for the arts, where can we find you? In my studio at the Harrison Center for the Arts... crusading for my own art.

In the News:
Create art like Hazel Grace at Social Sketch Indy
North American Handmade Bicycle Show – Post 2
Best of Indy: Arts & Culture
Indianapolis artist's sketches land in 'TFIOS' film

Community Service/Memberships/Certifications: Ivy Tech Community College Fine Arts Advisory Committee Member; Social Sketch Indy Co-Founder; Craft Industry Alliance Member; Stutz Artists Association Vice President (former)