The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette is proud to present the community with an array of fun and engaging events that help to bring the world of art to life. We are excited to see you there!
Friday, August 31st
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Join Lorie's Friends and Family for an eclectic musical variety show! What the world needs now.... is Love sweet love(The Carpenters) and to tiptoe through the tulips(Tiny Tim) with Mr. Jones(Ben Folds) Then to relax to an instrumental quartet of charming French jazz (Claude Bolling) followed by a swashbuckling violinist taking you along with the Pirates of the Caribbean(The Piano Guys) But still mostly what the world needs now...is Love!
October 26-27, 2018
Registration Deadline: Friday, August 31, 2018
Come with us and experience the Cincinnati Art Museum, Findlay Market, a Riverboat Tour & Lunch, and more! You'll travel to Cincinnati via coach and stay at the 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati. The trip includes docent tours of the Cincinnati Art Museum and the 21c Art Galleries. You'll also have the opportunity to visit the renowned Findlay Market and take a ride on a river boat with BB Riverboats! Seating is limited so buy your ticket today!
October 13, 2018
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Come down to the Art Museum for an afternoon of yoga and wine! The event will start off will a brief gallery talk by the artist Sara Vanderkleed Fine Art/Flying Pig Studio about the art surrounding you during the practice. Debra Steinhauer will lead a class for yogis of all levels and then you will be able to continue to enjoy the art while sipping a glass of wine from Wildcat Creek Winery. This event is BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat). Your ticket includes one glass of wine and additional glasses and bottles will be available for purchase. Must be 21 to participate. ID will be required at the event.
January 10-14, 2019
Registration Deadline: October 1, 2018
Come with us to beautiful Havana, Cuba! Join Art Museum Executive Director Kendall Smith and Programs and Events Manager Katie Ribant on January 10-14, 2019 as we explore the uniquely preserved culture and flourishing art scene in Cuba. Attractions include visiting several artist studios, museums, and community projects, sightseeing along the sea wall in 1950's cars, a tour of Ernest Hemingway's estate, and much more.
The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette has proudly sponsored several cultural, educational, and community events that have served to shape the ways our community has engaged with and appreciated art. Click the link above to learn more about past events.