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 30
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Taylor Stirm (uilleann pipes, penny whistle) and Chance Heasty (fiddle) have been playing music around the Midwest since they were children, and they have been playing together for the past six years. They perform the kind of traditional Irish tunes you might hear at a late night session in an Irish pub.
Sponsored by Purdue Federal Credit Union
Gallery Talk - Jason Myers
Tuesday, August 27
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.
The Art of Magic
Friday, October 18
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.
Friday, September 20
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.
Platinum Sponsor: Arconic
Gold Sponsors: Purdue University Black Cultural Center & Holder Law Office