Indiana Heritage Arts of Nashville is celebrating its 40th year in the Brown County Art scene with a free show of more than 125 works of art, all of which are for sale. Some 70 artists with Hoosier connections will be juried into the show and $30,000 of prize money will be awarded. Location is the Brown County Art Gallery, corner of Main and Artist Drive. The 22-day show begins Saturday, June 9. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. IHA, a non profit, is dedicated to encouraging artists to paint the county’s scenery and its people. Find more info at 812-988-4609 or IndianaHeritageArts.org.
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