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Sean Starowitz

Sean Starowitz

Sean M. Starowitz is an artist/community member whose work focuses on issues and challenges within our built environment. He is a 2010 graduate of the Interdisciplinary Arts program at the Kansas City Art Institute. From 2010 to 2015, he was the artist-in-residence at the Farm To Market Bread Company in Kansas City, Missouri. Sean currently lives and works in southern Indiana as the assistant director of the arts for the City of Bloomington and teaches at Indiana University. When he’s not in the studio, teaching, or in City Hall, he enjoys reading, running, and cycling.

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City Needs ‘Push’ From Public To Improve Bike Infrastructure

“Bloomington is at a crossroads — culturally, civically, and economically,” says writer Sean Starowitz, assistant director of the arts for the City of Bloomington. Touching on all of these is our bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. While many people say they want a friendlier biking and walking town, “the car dominates its urban fabric and infrastructure.” Click here to read the full story.

Can Bloomington Be Called the ‘Biking Capital of the Midwest’?

While the city’s biking infrastructure leaves much to be desired, Bloomington has plenty to back its claim as the Biking Capital of the Midwest, argues writer and avid biker Sean Starowitz. Whether it’s gravel, road, trail, or mountain biking, Bloomington is the hub of some of the best riding around. Click here for more, including Starowitz's suggestions for routes, clubs, and more.

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