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Slideshow: 5X5 at Harrison Center for the Arts



The folks behind 5X5 (CICF, Efryomson Family Fund, Christel DeHaan Family Foundation) dished out their fourth and final $10,000 check Friday night, this time around giving Adrian Pumphrey a chance to pursue his goal of creating an Indianapolis Young Songwriters Showcase that would give teen poets, songwriters and producers a chance to come together for meetings, concerts and a recording project.

Pumphrey beat out four other pitches, including a tantalizing (if a bit confusing) vision of an interactive map on the Monon at King Park and an ambitious plan to install public art in each NESCO neighborhood. After announcing the winner, Harrison Center exec director Joanna Taft handed over her cell phone as collateral to Pumphrey in lieu of any sort of oversized check.


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