Announced today, PATTERN Indy will launch Vol. 23: The Food Issue on April 29 at the Stutz Building. Over the last thirteen years, PATTERN has activated the creative community to celebrate arts, culture, fashion, photography, and now, food. The Launch Party allows guests to celebrate the intersection of food, culture, and community with Vol. 23 in hand.
“As someone who has had the pleasure of dining on several continents, I am thrilled to witness the evolution of Indy’s food scene over the years,” said Polina Osherov, executive director, PATTERN. “The steady growth of options, both in terms of cuisine and the spaces in which we can indulge, has been nothing short of remarkable, and we can’t wait to celebrate that.”
The Vol. 23 Launch Party takes place from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Stutz Building. The celebration will feature live music, various visuals from the magazine, interactive pop-up exhibits, drinks, and small bites. In true PATTERN style, the event promises to bring Vol. 23 to life.
Tickets to the Launch Party cost $25 in advance or $30 at the door, and can be purchased through Eventbrite. Guests are encouraged to follow Pattern Magazine on Instagram and LinkedIn for updates.
PATTERN has also partnered with Westminster Neighborhood Services to make the Food Issue an opportunity to provide food to our neighbors in need. Those who bring a jar of peanut butter to the party, will be entered into a raffle.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to bolstering the creative economy in Central Indiana, PATTERN strives to offer accessible education, networking, and hands-on opportunities for emerging creatives and makers. PATTERN Magazine is distributed internationally and provides a platform for writers, designers, photographers, and PATTERN’s creative fellows to gain valuable experience in print publication. This issue is particularly exciting as it marks the