Join us for Celebrate Indiana!, a festival on the museum grounds. Enjoy the unveiling of two new sculptures, hands-on arts and nature activities, performances on the stage, artist demonstrations, a scavenger hunt, and food.  

Special Unveiling: Two figural sculptures made from mannequins by Lorie Amick and LaDonna Vohar.

Hands-on arts activities: Make an origami box, Suminagashi (marbled paper), print making, watercolor, and ivory soap carving

Center Stage: Ragtime music by Dusty Marlatt, Jazz by Sonic Wallpaper; world premiere of two new 10-minute plays; music and selections from Peter Pan, by Civic Youth Theatre; DAR Presentation about Leonard Inman, whose family moved to Lafayette in 1908 to work for the Potter family.

Other Activities. Face painting, walk on rope stilts, scavenger hunt in the sculpture garden and nature trail, learn “Cat’s Cradle”. Watch glass making, chair caning, wood carving, lacemaking and quilting demonstrations. Meet famous Hoosiers, including Orville Redenbacher, James Whitcomb Riley, Mary Matthews and Harvey Wiley.

Food from the EMT Food Truck

Admission:  $10 for adults, $5 for youth (ages 5 to 17), or $25 for a family. Children ages 4 and under are free.  Get advance tickets at haanmuseum.org.

Please note: The Museum will be open for tours from 1 to 4, but the admission price does not include the Museum building.  

 

Schedules

  • Occurred Saturday, August 31st, 2019 @ 11:30 am – 3:30 am

Venue

Haan Museum of Indiana Art

920 State St.
Lafayette, IN 47905

Contact

Bob and Ellie Haan

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