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, January 25th
For Friday Night Live, Caitlin and accompanist Tracey Leslie will perform selections by Mozart, Schumann, Faure, Bernstein, Rogers and Hammerstein, and more!
Originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, Caitlin Thomas received her bachelor's degree in voice performance from Bryan College and her master's degree from the University of Tennessee. She has performed multiple operatic roles including Anna Maurrant in Street Scene, Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, and Miss Pinkerton in The Old Maid and the Thief. In 2014, she made her Carnegie Hall debut as the soprano soloist in John Purifoy's Chronicles of Blue and Gray.
Piano sponsored by Northside Music Co.
December 14, 2018
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Be the first to see three new exhibits: The Un-Limited Figure: Creating an Afterlife for Retail Mannequins, Southern Roots Revisited: Paintings by Sandra Bridges, and Narratives: Works from the Permanent Collection. Remarks will be given at 7:15 by Lorie Amick, Sandra Bridges, and Michael Crowthers. Refreshments provided by the Art League.
Haraka Writers Performance
January 21, 2019
1:00 -2:00 pm
The Purdue University Black Cultural Center’s Haraka Writers student performance, in honor of Martin Luther King, will be held in the Art Museum on Monday, January 15 with free admission.
The Haraka Writers is a collective body of students and community writers across the globe that first formed in 1973. Together, they create bold and informed literary work that establishes a strong voice for the modern black experience. The term “haraka” is Swahili for “expression,” and the ensemble exemplifies just that.
Gallery Talk - Lorie Amick and LaDonna Vohar
January 30, 2019
7:00 - 8:30 pm
Artists Lorie Amick and LaDonna Vohar will lead a presentation and discussion about their new exhibit The Un-limited Figure: Creating an Afterlife for Retail Mannequins from 7-8:30pm on Wednesday, January 30. Lorie and LaDonna will share how they transformed retired retail mannequins into fine art sculpture. The program will include a presentation by the artists, a walk-through of the exhibit, and a Q&A discussion. Admission is free for members and $10 for non-members.
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.
Cuba Arts and Cultural Tour
January 10-14, 2019
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.