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Fort Wayne FAME Festival

Fort Wayne Community Schools Dance Troup performs at FAME Festival

FAME’s 34nd year of presenting an opportunity for students to create, exhibit, and perform works of art.

Date: March 19-20, 2022
Sat: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun: Noon-5 p.m.
Grand Wayne Convention Center

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Wabash FAME Festival

Children learning to play Taiko drumming

Our 16th year presenting an opportunity for students to create, exhibit and perform works of art.

Date: March 19, 2022
Saturday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Honeywell Center

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Students writing music on computers for the FAME Composition Project

Composition Project

Northeast Indiana area fourth grade students nominated by their music teachers participate as FAMEous Student Composers and collaborate with FAME’s Composer-in-Residence David Crowe to create a musical composition.

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Fusion of Concert Colors Artwork hanging at Fort Wayne Museum of Art

Fusion of Concert Colors

FAME’s Fusion of Concert Colors promotes interdisciplinary arts understanding by encouraging students to draw connections between musical selections and the visual arts.

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Visiting Artists

The FAME Visiting Artist Program invites Internationally renowned professional artists to be a part of our annual FAME Festival and to visit area schools bringing their talents into the classroom.  This year’s Visiting Artists are Sayaka Ganz, Heather Miller, Mark Kistler and NAYO.

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FAMEous Workshop

Teacher's Resources

Page with resources for this year’s cultural event.

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FAMEous Volunteers

Volunteer with FAME

Tap into a creative community and join our FAME family!

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