It’s on the wall and the excitement is building! Who is in the show? Who won the Gold Medal? Be the first to know by attending the opening night reception of the 45th Annual Indiana Heritage Arts Exhibition and Sale!
Friday, June 9 · Doors open at 5:30 and the exhibition at 6:00pm · $20 per person at the door.
Join us for wine, food, and beautiful art. Your favorite artists will be present, and it is the chance to buy before the public opening on Saturday, June 10-July 8.
As part of this celebration of Indiana artists, three iconic organizations have come together to support the artists and present a wonderful evening at the T.C. Steele State Historic Site on June 17.
Over 30 artists have registered to spend the day painting Selma’s Gardens and the House of the Singing Winds. Admission to the site is free during the day and visitors can watch plein air painters, as well as a special still life demonstration on the West side porch. Then at 5:30, join us for an evening of food, live music, history, and art.
Reservations are required and are $40 per person and $60 per couple.
There will be a special program on the history of Selma’s own work of art, her gardens. Visitors will be treated to private tours of the homes and studios as well as the gardens. The art created that day will be available for purchase in our wet paint sale.
Event goers can start their visit at the Brown County Art Gallery to see the IHA Exhibition, park their car and take special transportation to the site which begins at 5:00–8:00 pm. Parking is also available at the Site. Parking and transportation are included in the admission price. The Brown County Art Gallery will be open until 8:30 pm.
Reservations can be made by calling the Brown County Art Gallery or buying online at the link below.
Reservations will also be offered at a $5 discount at the IHA Exhibition opening. Just visit the special Selma table in the exhibition room.
Please support IHA, the Brown County Art Gallery Foundation, and the T.C. Steele Site by attending this lovely event.
Thanks to the Brown County Community Foundation for their support.
Food by Bonified Bites and Kevin Ault Catering