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The Art Museum of

Greater Lafayette

Learn - Create - Inspire


Friday Night Live

Friday, July 27

7:00-8:00 PM

Band members Hazel Zetee (86 yrs old!) vocals, guitar; Janet Glossic, vocals, fiddle and mandolin; C.J. Brown, vocals, banjo-ukulele; Walt Wilson, bass; Howie Clark, vocals, banjo, dobro will be playing a rather eclectic mix of Country, Old-Time, Bluegrass and Gospel music. They have been a band since about 8 or 10 years ago when someone asked them to play at a Purdue event. They have since played at venues and events all around the area such as the Haan Museum, many churches, Gospel sings, the Fiddlers' Gathering and (for the past 8 years) at the Indiana State Fair.


Maquettes to Monuments: Bronze Masterpieces

Master sculptor, Tuck Langland has been a Midwestern artist for nearly sixty years. His favorite medium is cast bronze.  His works are featured in many public spaces in the U.S. and are in private collections as well as in twelve museum collections. 

Born in Minnesota and educated at the University of Minnesota, Tuck and his wife moved to England, where he taught at the Carlisle and Sheffield Colleges of Art.  Their first daughter was born in Sheffield, and the second arrived after he took a job teaching at Murray State University in Kentucky.  After four years in Kentucky, the family moved to Indiana where Tuck taught at Indiana University South Bend.


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The institution now known as the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette began over 100 years ago, on April 14, 1909. After a “general awakening of art interests all over (the) country and state” Lafayette residents saw a chance to “stimulate and encourage interest in art and to give annual exhibitions, and also to establish and maintain permanent collections of works of art.”