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, July 26

7:00-8:00

Born and raised in the small town of Attica, Indiana, Rick grew up listening to his dad's favorite music - CCR, Beach Boys, and John Denver. At age 13, Rick got together with some buddies to form their first band. From then on, it was in and out of bands without much downtime in between. Rick's most recent project is his original rock band called The Clutter. They've released music for the last 10 years and have played such stages as Elliott Hall of Music, the Taste of Tippecanoe and the Indiana State Fair. Now Rick is taking it back to where it all began, playing his childhood favorites along with some original, vintage style pop songs.

July’s Friday Night Live will take place outdoors on the Fowler House lawn.

Sponsored by Purdue Federal Credit Union and Two Men and a Truck.

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Outdoor Movie Night - The Princess Bride

Friday, July 19

8:00 pm, Movie begins at dusk

Join the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette and the Fowler House Mansion for an outdoor showing of The Princess Bride on Friday, July 19! Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and sit under the stars to enjoy this classic family-favorite film. Plus, savor gourmet movie concessions, experience pottery demonstrations, participate in trivia contests, and explore the Fowler House Mansion and the Art Museum galleries! This event is family-friendly, free, and open to the public. Seating opens at 8 pm and the movie will begin at dusk.
Sponsored by Old National Bank & JL Anderson Heating and Cooling

Gallery Talk - Jason Myers

Tuesday, August 27

7:00-8:30 pm

World-renowned artist Jason Myers will be giving a gallery talk about his work and the exhibit Status: Fluid/Dynamic, works by Jason Myers. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear more about Jason’s works and process. Admission is free to museum members and there is a suggested donation of $10 for non-members.