EVENTS

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!

 
 
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friday night live!

Friday, September 27

7:00 - 8:00 pm

Ebony Barrett-Kennedy is no stranger to stage. Along with her three brothers & mother, she began singing in church at an early age, and traveled regionally singing a cappella gospel. This began an early love of music. She later joined Toussaint and the China Band. With her brother as the front man, they created a soulful sound that swept the east coast. Unique blends of roots and lover’s reggae, funk, and soul presented opportunities to perform with artists such as John Legend, Wyclef Jean, and the Wailers and travel on a USO Tour. She brought this style to Lafayette as the front woman of Ebony & the Ruckus.

Sponsored by Purdue Federal Credit Union

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The Art of Magic

Friday, October 18

7:00-8:30 pm

Prepare to be mesmerized by Indiana magician Scott Starkey, known as the Wizard of the Wabash, as he dabbles in eerie mind tricks with his “probably psychic” abilities. In his 90-minute highly interactive show, Scott will delve deep into the mysteries of the mind, revealing untold thoughts and hidden secrets. He’ll even help you explore your own latent abilities of observation and mental acuity and perceive art in a whole different way.

Tickets to The Art of Magic are $12.50 in advance and $15 at the door. Want a close-up view of the magic? Upgrade your seats to the first three rows for only $17.50. Family-friendly entertainment recommended for ages 8+.

Doors open at 6 pm.

 

Opening Reception

Friday, September 20

6:30-8:30 pm

Come celebrate the opening of Black American Voices: Shared Culture, Values, and Emotions - featuring The Zamora Collection and My View From Seven Feet: Paintings by Joe Barry Carroll. Opening remarks by Betty Zamora and Joe Barry Carroll will be at 7:15 and refreshments are provided by the Art League of the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette.

Joe Barry Carroll will be signing copies of the book "Black American Voices." Copies of the book will be available for purchase.


Platinum Sponsor: Arconic
Gold Sponsors: Purdue University Black Cultural Center & Holder Law Office

Opening Reception

Friday, October 4

5:30-7:00 pm

Celebrate the opening of our brand new exhibit Moving Lands: Oil Paintings by Anne R. Parks! Opening remarks by Anne Parks will be at 6:15 pm and refreshments are provided by the Art League of the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette.

 
 
Artist: Indiana, Robert  Title:  The 10 stages number sculpture reflected   Medium: lithograph on paper  Credit: Gift of Ann & Chris Stack  Accession #: 2008.03.09

Artist: Indiana, Robert

Title: The 10 stages number sculpture reflected

Medium: lithograph on paper

Credit: Gift of Ann & Chris Stack

Accession #: 2008.03.09

Gallery Talk - Elements of art

Tuesday, October 22

6:30-8:00 pm

Come share an evening with your family at the art museum to learn about the elements and principles of design as illustrated by works from the permanent collection. Art Smart coordinator, Lorie Amick will guide you through the exhibit briefly. You and your family will then be invited to use the elements and principles to make a collaborative artwork with food, directed by culinary arts teacher Brian Greene and Laure Greene, Seeger High School art teacher. After working together with Brian and Laura, you can make an individual food portrait & take a picture to share on social media. Then eat and enjoy!

This event is free for Art Museum members and there is a non-member suggested donation of $10.