Final days of Making it in Crafts II, closing December 28
New Exhibitions opening January 16 Push and Pull: Annarino and May
Jazz Templates in Silhouette: Paintings by Robert Peppers *Underwritten by: The Purdue University Black Cultural Center*
Animal Crackers: Works by Judy Titche through February 16
About Face: Portraits from the Permanent Collection
Rudy Pozzatti, a Hoosier Treasure through April 12
Is your New Year's resolution to visit Europe?
October 7-16, the Monticello-Union Twp. Public Library will host a tour of Dublin, London, and Paris; featuring an amazing combination of literature, history, and classic landmarks. From Joyce to Shakespeare to Hugo; St. Patrick's Cathedral to Big Ben, to the Eiffel Tower.
$95 reserves your spot. $4005 includes flights, hotels, meals, entrance fees, tour guide, & trip insurance. Monthly payments available.
Artists' Own is hosting talented local High School Artists from January 5-January 31st, 2015 during the annual Artists' Own High School Art Show. Artists reception and awards presentation is on Sunday, January 11, 2015 from 2-4 pm.
Artists' Own will be closing for two weeks after Valentines Day to prepare for a ReNew Artists' Own opening in March, stay tuned!
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation's upcoming exhibition will run from January 9 - February 13. This exhibition series will feature "Images of Nature" by Lea Foster, "RESET: A New Generation" by Saint Joseph's College Art Department, and "Interrupted Journey" by Andres Arizaga Cordero. Join us for the opening reception on January 16 from 6-8pm.
Normal gallery hours (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) will resume after TAF's Winter Break (December 24th - January 5th).
The Bach Chorale Singers will be holding Adult Auditions on Mondays, January 12 and 19th. To schedule an appointment, please contact Karen Goff at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, the Children & Youth Auditions will be holding auditions on Monday, January 12.
Wednesday, January 14, beginning at 10:00am join Tippecanoe County Extension Homemakers for their Winter Education Program at the Extension Office, 3150 Sagamore Parkway South. Speakers are Mary Hancock "A Voyage to the United States as an Immigrant"; Kathy Murray "Friendship and Aging"; and Sande Martin and Donna Avolt "Your Last Best Friend". Lunch served at noon.
Jaggers' dad was a musician with numerous musical instruments. Malachi learned to play each instrument by watching concerts on video. Immersed in music at any early age, Malachi continues to hone and develop his music, writing and recording and today performs at many venues and churches across Indiana. Free admission. 222 East Main Street, Delphi, IN.
Rebecca Brody'sJanuary Classes at the Art Museum of Lafayette / 101 S. Ninth Street:
Saturday, Jan. 15 (10am-4pm) Painting on Yupo in Watercolor (Advanced) $50.00
A serious and adult play about two women who run a school for girls. After a student starts a rumor about the women, the rumor soon turns to scandal. As the young girl comes to understand the power she wields, she sticks by her story, which precipitates tragedy. The gossip was pure invention, but it is too late. Irreparable damage has been done
Tour the Haan Museum on January 17th-18th to experience a wonderful mix of important Indiana art by TC Steele, George Winter and other important historic painters; ceramics by historic and contemporary Indiana clay artists; and massive American furniture including a rare superior-grade Wooten desk, massive grandfather clocks, and orchestral music boxes. The Mansion served as the Connecticut Building at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. $10 advance tickets, more information at haanmuseum.org.
Art exhibit features 1947 portfolio of linocut prints, Estampas De La Revolución Mexicana, narrating the events of Mexico's 1910 Revolution. Alongside are contemporary screen-prints highlighting labor, immigrant, and human rights that bring the struggle for social justice into the present. Exhibit continues through February 28.
Join us for an outstanding performance on Friday, January 23rd of master guitarist Robbie Fulks, swing mandolin maestro Don Stiernberg, soulful fiddler Shad Cobb, and acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Chris Scruggs (grandson of county star Earl Scruggs).
Relish these virtuoso players in the exquisite acoustics of Duncan Hall. Fulks album Gone Away Backward was included in Rolling Stone's list of Top Ten Country Albums of 2013.
Are you interested in writing? Whether you have had an idea for a story for years, or write regularly but need a reboot to discover what you love about the written word, join the Lafayette Writers' Studio for The Write Start:Cultivating Creativity on Wednesday, January 28 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and learn how to live a more creative life.
We're adding to the growing energy of downtown Lafayette. This collection of festival-length shows have shorter running times (60 to 90 minutes), so put on your coat, come on down, and see the shows all in one night, or successive nights. Hit your favorite restaurants and pubs. Bring your friends. Join the scene.
Activities of the Tippecanoe Arts Federation are provided, in part, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, with funds from the Indiana General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. -END-