Danielle Wolter Nolan FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Indiana Film Premiere of “Live Adventurously”
Indiana-based outdoor adventure company, DNK Presents’ announces the premiere of, “Live Adventurously”, a documentary film following the stories of four local Indiana women who won the inaugural women’s adventure contest hosted by DNK Presents in the spring of 2016. The film will make its Indiana debut at the beautiful Indianapolis Museum of Art picturesque outdoor amphitheater, Friday April 14th, 2017 at 8:30pm. Tickets will include local beer on tap from sponsor, Big Woods Brewery, live music, and raffle prizes to take on your next adventure.
The four 2016 women’s adventure contest winners were picked from a pool of over 60 incredible nominations across Indiana. At the event you will have the opportunity to meet and interact with the winners from the contest and stars of the film, Michele Lorbieski Anderson, Candice Baggett, Ali Lemberg, and Kelsey Steuer.
Executive Commissioner of Film Indy, Teresa Sabatine states, “The world is ready for more content that shines a light on women, and is for women by women. “Live Adventurously” is exactly what we have all been waiting for. It is powerful, inspiring, emotional, and shows us real women overcoming real challenges. In a space that is often lacking the honest portrayal of women, “Live Adventurously” finally fills the gap. Many people can benefit from watching these women go outside their comfort zones and re-discover the extraordinary in themselves. I look forward to seeing what DNK Presents does next.”
This film took place and was entirely shot, and produced in Indiana. Freelancer, Matt Panfil, and local video production company, 12 Stars Media, edited and shot footage from the adventure contest weekend in various areas in central Indiana.
Take the adventure and purchase tickets at www.dnkpresents.com
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is located on a 152-acre campus of lush gardens, historic homes, outdoor sculptures, inspiring performance and gallery spaces. Founded in 1883, the IMA is among the 10 oldest and 10 largest encyclopedic art museums in the United States and features significant collections of African, American, Asian, European, contemporary art and design arts that spans 5,000 years of history. With innovative programming to engage guests of all ages, the IMA offers a variety of interactive experiences inside the galleries, throughout the campus and within the local community. From gardening demos in the Madeline F. Elder Greenhouse to outdoor film screenings in the IMA Amphitheater to community celebrations in The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres, guests are invited to engage with art and nature in exciting new ways at the IMA. Along with the Indianapolis campus, the IMA also owns the Miller House and Garden in Columbus, Ind., one of the nation’s most highly regarded examples of mid-century Modernist residences. For more information visitwww.imamuseum.org.