Join discussion on ‘What Does Art Have To Do With Rivers?’ Oct. 24
Across the ages artists have found inspiration from the world’s waterways. Take a trip through a world of painting and sculpture, explore imagery from historical works and jump into the present, with what artists are doing today, at the next Art and River Chatter, “What Does Art Have To Do With Rivers? Part III.”
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Oct. 24, 2013
‘Healthy Halloween Hoedown’ Oct. 26 at Children's Museum
Children and the young-at-heart are invited to dust off their favorite costumes and mosey on down to the Terre Haute Children’s Museum from 6 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 26 for the “Healthy Halloween Hoedown.”
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Oct. 17, 2013
Arts Illiana Fall Exhibition, grant awards ceremony Oct. 18
Arts Illiana will present its Fall Exhibition and grant awards ceremony featuring artwork of talented Wabash Valley artists on Friday.
Gaslight to host reception, showcase diverse works of Terre Haute artist Oct. 19-Nov. 9
The Gaslight Art Colony in Marshall, Ill., will host an artist’s reception from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday to start its showcase of the work of area artist Neil Garrison.
Pyle museum in Dana open during Oct. 11-20 Parke County Covered Bridge Festival
The Ernie Pyle World War II Museum in Dana will be open during the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival and will accept requests for private tours during the event.
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Oct. 10, 2013
Indy museum seeks photos for Nov. 1-11 Veterans Day ‘Heroes from the Heartland’ exhibit
Indiana’s veterans and active military personnel will be honored this fall at the Indiana State Museum in “Heroes from the Heartland,” a special exhibition on display from Nov. 1 to Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
‘Awesomely ’80s Birthday Bash!’ to mark museum’s anniversary
The average price for a gallon of gas was 91 cents, the Hubble Space Telescope was put into operation, “The Cosby Show” was the most viewed show on television, Super Mario Brothers 3 was the top-selling video game, and the Terre Haute Children’s Museum first opened its doors.
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Oct. 3, 2013
Nationally acclaimed Seattle-based artist to give presentation at Swope
The Swope Art Museum and Art Spaces Inc. will present a talk by nationally acclaimed Seattle-based artist Buster Simpson at noon on Wednesday at the Swope Art Museum, at 25 S. Seventh St.
Swope celebrates earth, sky, water
This October, the Swope Art Museum introduces three exhibitions of contemporary art as part of the continuing “2013 Year of the River” celebration. The displays run concurrently and include “Borders: A Regional Survey,” “Between Heaven and Earth: Installation” and “Taking to Water: Kaz McCue.”
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Sept. 26, 2013
John Dillinger death mask on display this weekend
SPRINGFIELD — Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation Museum officials announced today, Sept. 24, extended visitor hours this weekend only to catch a rare glimpse of one of four John Dillinger death masks in existence.
Terre Haute Children’s Museum offers new exhibits
With discounted admission, new exhibits featuring a race car and the “Spirit of Competition” and programs involving ice cream and music, this is a perfect time to visit the Terre Haute Children’s Museum.
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Sept. 19, 2013
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Sept. 12, 2013
‘Between Heaven and Earth’: Artist takes a dramatic look at the horizon in Swope exhibit
The fall exhibition season at the Swope Art Museum begins with “Between Heaven and Earth,” an introspective and dramatic look at the endless horizon line of the west central Indiana plains by artist Jonathan Soard, a native of Dana.
‘Boxed Death’ wins People’s Choice
Lindy Reeves is the winner of the People’s Choice Award at Swope Art Museum’s “69th Annual Wabash Valley Juried Exhibition.” The honor comes for her charcoal-on-wood drawing, “Boxed Death.”
Halcyon to open ‘Language of The Photographer’s Eyes’ Friday
The Halcyon Art Gallery will present a two-person photography invitational exhibition titled “The Language of The Photographer’s Eyes” Friday through Sept. 27 with the opening reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Sept. 5, 2013
'Spirit of Competition' at Children's Museum Sept 4-8, 17-29
Hop on a bike and try to match Major Taylor’s blistering track speed. Have a civil debate about city vs. country. Watch a short film about Philo Farnsworth, an inventor from Indiana that should be credited with inventing the television.
All of this is possible at the interactive “Spirit of Competition” exhibit that features stories about Hoosier competitors
Paris Art Center to open ‘Beware of the Old Woman’
The Paris (Ill.) Bicentennial Art Center & Museum will be opening a new exhibit, “Beware of the Old Woman,” on Friday. This exhibit contains artwork created by artist Jan Kappes of Arcola, Ill.
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Aug. 29, 2013
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Aug. 22, 2013
Watercolors and tea at The Gallery
Watercolors by Christine Ardelean of Avon, associate member of Covered Bridge Art Association and recipient of last year’s Best of Show award, will be on display through August in The Gallery at 124 W. Ohio St., on the north side of square in Rockville.
Children’s Museum to offer discounted admission during Block Party
On Aug. 24, downtown Terre Haute will be filled with music, food and arts and crafts as part of the 2013 Downtown Block Party. To celebrate, the Terre Haute Children’s Museum will host the Joe Hoops 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, and museum admission will be discounted.
Art Colony features photographer, painter, multimedia artist in August
Gaslight Art Colony welcomes three artists for the month of August. Photographer Richard Beasley, painter Pria Rahmouni and multimedia artist Julia London-Meddles will show their work beginning Saturday, with an artists’ reception from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Marshall, Ill., gallery.
- MUSEUMS/EXHIBITIONS: Aug. 15, 2013
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