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TAI’s Bicentennial Exhibit: Opening Soon!

Traditional Arts Indiana is proud to announce the opening of an exhibit that celebrates Indiana’s Bicentennial in 2016. The staff at TAI has been hard at work putting together a traveling series of panels that showcases the work of Indiana artisans from … Continue reading

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Hoosier Handmade at the Scholars’ Commons

The Herman B. Wells Library here on IU’s Bloomington campus has been working this summer to renovate their space for the new Scholars’ Commons. As a part of this initiative, an exhibition space has been installed in the East tower … Continue reading

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Limestone Carving Demonstration at Mathers Museum

Catch local limestone carver Casey Winningham in action this Thursday, May 29, at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures in Bloomington from 11 to 12:30. Though relatively new to gravestone carving, Winningham draws inspiration from the work of turn-of-the-century carvers and … Continue reading

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Memory Art and Aging: The Life-Story Objects of Indiana Seniors

From colorful walking sticks and quilts to paintings and hooked rugs, seniors make art to reflect upon their lives, record their memories, and share their stories with others. Join TAI Director Jon Kay on May 13 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at … Continue reading

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What It Was Like: Fairview School Alumni From The 1930s-1970s To Talk About What It Was Like to Attend School

“Fairview was a very important part of my life, growing up and a place I’ll always remember fondly. I still think that in the years that I was there, a lot of the community surrounding Fairview was involved and cared, … Continue reading

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Second Servings Podcast Episode 3: Hoosier Homebrew

Homebrewed beer is one of the oldest cottage industries and has become a popular practice in Indiana with rise of homebrew social clubs. We talk to Hoosier homebrewers to hear their stories of malting mayhem, hoppy accidents, and brew-ins—the social gatherings where people brew and share their suds. Continue reading

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