Yesterday was the first-ever Virtual TASTE of Tippecanoe, held on Facebook Live! The TAF staff had a great time interacting with viewers and connecting with those that came out to participating food trucks and restaurants. TAF was able to raise $1,370 in support of its mission to grow the arts in its 14-county service region! On behalf of the TAF staff and board of directors, thank you to the following businesses and artists for participating!
  • Kathy Atwell
  • Jeffrey Barbee
  • Kat Braz
  • Alyse Chinnock
  • Parker Denny
  • Andrea Hatch
  • James Holsclaw
  • Matt Huston
  • Richard Johnson
  • Jesse Knoth
  • Alex Mason
  • BJ Moyars
  • Kevin Ness
  • Pamela Pickett
  • Abby Props
  • Sooyeon Shin
  • Jason Smith
  • Shannon Stannis
  • Jodi Taylor 
  • Brian Yost, President
  • David Huhnke, VP of Sustainability
  • Stepheney Bible, VP of Engagement
  • Nick Schenkel, Treasurer
  • Cameron Mann, Secretary
  • Florence Adibu
  • Donnie Alexander
  • Natasha Duncan
  • Melissa Gruver
  • Lori Heath
  • Laura Kendall
  • William McInerney
  • Pat Rosen
  • David Stein
  • Blake Walberts
  • Cameron Ward
  • Kyra Clark, Marketing and Events Director
  • Miranda Cortez, Office Manager
  • Ann Fields Monical, Chief Operating Office
  • Tetia Lee, Chief Executive Officer
Special thank you to Patrick Kofi Austin for producing the Virtual TASTE of Tippecanoe!
About the TASTE of Tippecanoe
The TASTE of Tippecanoe is the major fundraising event for the Tippecanoe Arts Federation (TAF). Proceeds from the TASTE provide support for TAF's programming and outreach to over 500,000 Hoosiers. With a mission to grow the arts, TAF provides artistic content, education opportunities, and support to underserved communities and at-risk youth to fourteen counties in northcentral Indiana.

About the Tippecanoe Arts Federation
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation is the umbrella organization and arts council for 14 counties. TAF provides educational opportunities in the visual, performing, and literary arts, outreach programs for both underserved and at-risk youth, and funding for capital and operational expenses to fellow arts organizations region wide. Established in 1976, the Tippecanoe Arts Federation serves as a model for arts advocacy by promoting the role of the arts within our region. More information is available at