1 Friday / February 1, 2019

Tri Kappa Comes Home Exhibition

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Brown County Art Guild

Tri Kappa Comes Home
An exhibit of Guild artist-member paintings from the Tri Kappa fine art collection
February 1 – 24, 2019
Brown County Art Guild
Nashville, Indiana

Tri Kappa Comes Home – Enjoy this rare opportunity to see selected works of the Brown County Art Guild’s past member artists. On loan from the Tri Kappa Fine Arts Collection – an award-winning art collection of Indiana artists – housed at the John Logan Memorial Library of the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

The exhibit, Tri Kappa Comes Home, highlights exquisite and rare paintings from the Guild’s own celebrated member artists of the 20th century. Works from the likes of C. Curry Bohm, Harry Davis, L.O. Griffith, Ruth K. Hibbs, Georges LaChance, Gordon Mess, Frederick Rigley and more.

Tri-Kappa began collecting the works in 1932 and displayed them each year at the Brown County Art Guild until the growing collection exceeded the space available. Tri Kappa voted in 1973 to move the paintings to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology where they would be hung permanently in the John A. Logan Library.

Brown County Art Guild – A not for profit organization located in the heart of downtown Nashville, Indiana. On display throughout its galleries is a prized collection of historic paintings as well as current works for sale from regional award-winning member artists. The Guild also offers member artist demonstrations, workshops, special exhibits and many other events during the year.

Other Important Info –
Winter Hours – Open Friday – Saturday, 11 – 5 and Sunday, 12 – 4 or by appointment.
Patron Show extended through February 24th!!!

If you would like further information, please contact Andra Walters, Executive Director at 812 988 6185 or [email protected]


1 Friday / February 1, 2019

Artist Talk + Opening Reception | Adam Reynolds

05:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Pictura Gallery @ FAR Center for Contemporary Arts

Pictura Gallery is pleased to present the work of photographer, Adam Reynolds. Reynold’s projects “No Lone Zone”
and “Architecture of an Existential Threat” both examine expressions of military might and nuclear power, and our
responses to those powers. The images journey underground, through bomb shelters, missile silos, and hidden
rooms in Israel and the United States.

February 1 – March 30
Friday, February 1st 5 – 8pm
Friday, February 1st 7pm

Education / Entertainment / Exhibits / Speakers / Spoken Word

1 Friday / February 1, 2019

Exotica Erotica

05:00 pm to 08:00 pm
By Hand Gallery

Join us during the month of February for By Hand Gallery’s themed show ‘Exotica Erotica.’ We have invited several artists from Bloomington, IN, and the surrounding area to participate. Each artist will be contributing 1-3 pieces to the show, with individual pieces being no larger than 8x8x8 inches. If your interest has been aroused, we invite you to attend our opening reception on Friday, February 1st, 5-8 PM.


1 Friday / February 1, 2019

Solar 101- Solar Group Buy Info Session

05:00 pm to 06:30 pm on Feb 13
6873 S. Old State Rd. 37 Bloomington, IN. 47403

Have you ever considered installing solar on your home or business?

Solar power is more affordable than ever. 2019 is the FINAL year for the 30% Federal Tax Credit before stepping down to 0% in 2022. Join us at Whole Sun Headquarters to learn the ins and outs of solar power!

Topics to be discussed include but, not limited too:
* How Solar Power Works
* Options for Installation
* The Cost of Solar for Your Home or Business
* Financial Incentives (this is a big one!)
* A testimonial from a local solar power system owner
* Q & A

Free Refreshments and Door Prizes! This Event is FREE to the public!

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