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November 2, 2012 - 27 went

Indiana Landmarks: "Windows, Gates, Doors: Portals of Historic Indy"

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  • A former member

    I shared this photo (and gave Rhonda credit) with the Indiana Photographic Society at its Facebook page, as the two gentlemen standing in the center talking to Andre, Sundaresh and Shanti are Tony Carlino (left) and Dave Wensits, leaders of that club. It was nice of them to stop in and check out the show. At last night's IPS meeting, Tony shared a bunch of his photos from his recent trip to Rome. He also visited Sicily, but hasn't gone through the photos from there yet. Also attending from the IPS that evening was Phyllis Zimmerman. The two gentlemen seated just to the left of Tony and Dave are Bradley Jones (left) and Joe Cook, head costumer and artistic director, respectively, of the Garfield Shakespeare Company, an all-volunteer theater troupe that produces two free-admission plays each year -- one in spring at the Garfield Park Arts Center, and one in fall at the MacAllister Center for the Performing Arts amphitheater in Garfield Park. I've done photography (voluntarily) for the troupe since fall 2010. Getting back to the photo ... it looks like this was taken early on in the evening, as there is still a good amount of food remaining!

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  • A former member

    Yes, Joe it was rather early in the evening. We were sitting at two tables just out of the photo with all the kids. We all enjoyed the event and hope to be able to do this again next year. :)

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