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Spring Fest at Purdue is weekend of family fun for all ages

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– A Native American-inspired sculpture and a play featuring insect characters are among new activities for this year’s Spring Fest, a weekend family festival April 9-10 at Purdue University. “Spring Fest is an event for families to visit campus and enjoy educational activities from more than 30 colleges, departments and units at […]

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Drawings by Frank Big Bear coming to Purdue Galleries

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue Galleries will present Drawings by Frank Big Bear, a Native American artist whose work reveals a unique look at the life of a contemporary urban Indian, from March 7 through April 23, Big Bear is a largely self-taught Native American artist who utilizes a style in which imagery suggests the collapsing […]

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TAF announces 2010 Artist in Residency Award Recipients

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Through a grant that the Tippecanoe Arts Federation was awarded from Chase Bank, 11 counties and thousands of community members will receive enhanced arts and cultural experiences. The Tippecanoe Arts Federation announces the following 2010 Artist in Residency Award Recipients servicing eleven counties: Lake Village Elementary (Newton County), Lafayette Symphony Orchestra (Cass, […]

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Purdue Galleries presents “Platforms” painting exhibit

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue Galleries begins the new year with exhibitions of large-scale paintings and equine images from the permanent collection. In the Stewart Center Gallery, Champaign, Illinois artist Patrick Earl Hammie presents a series of paintings that respond to the contemporary challenges facing minorities in the United States. “Patrick Earl Hammie: Platforms” will […]

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Purdue Galleries presents Urban Legends and Rural Myths

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue Galleries will present an art exhibition of “Urban Legends and Rural Myths,” from March 9 to April 26 in the Stewart Center Gallery. Fifteen contemporary artists from across the United States are represented, with works that suggest new myths and tall tales. Ranging from famous examples of cryptozoology like Bigfoot […]

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Akeley Lecture, Una Herencia Mexicana

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Ellen E. Fisher, Director of the Littleton Collection, will present the Akeley Lecture, Una Herencia Mexicana, at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, on August 26 at 7:00 pm. Fischer’s lecture will focus on an overview of the Akeley Collection, with specific emphasis on the artist (Leonora Carrington, 1917 -) a British […]

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Greater Lafayette Community Calendar

 October 2020