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January Arts Intersect:

Arts Operating Support Workshops
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
10am & 1pm

Arts Project Support Workshops
Thursday, February 4, 2016
10am & 1pm

TAF Reception
Friday, February 19, 2016

Susan Stafford Memorial Award Nominations Due
Monday, February 22, 2016

2016 Annual Celebration RSVPs Due
Monday, February 22, 2016

Annual Celebration
Friday, March 4, 2016

Members, renewal letters for 2016 have been sent!

If you didn't receive one, call 765.423.2787.
If you're interested in joining the Tippecanoe Arts Federation, please contact Chris June at  
We have individual artist and member organization memberships available.
TAF Members: Click here to submit an event to Arts Intersect 

The Rainmaker
by N. Richard Nash

Through February 6 at the Historic Monon Depot Theatre
  • Adults $19
  • Seniors $16
  • Youth $11
  • Student Rush $8
Set in a drought-ridden Kansas town during the 1930's, the play tells the story of a day in the life of Lizzie. Lizzie keeps house for her father and two brothers on a ranch. As their farm languishes, Lizzie's family worries about her prospects... READ MORE.

The Crawfordsville Community Chorus invites you to join them in preparation for their Spring program which will include

Vivaldi's Gloria.

Rehearsals will begin in January. No auditions. A wonderful opportunity to sing great music throughout

The CCC has been performing classical and contemporary choral music since 1951. For more information contact

Sheila Evans at 765-362-6274 or
Gallery Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm

Call 765.423.2787 or email 

Jasper County Art League

Through Feb 12
. Showing at the Tippecanoe Arts Federation's East Gallery, Jasper County Art League presents:


Come see for yourself...this colorful display of work of all kinds!

Tippecanoe Art Federation
638 North St
Lafayette, IN
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm
Art Museum
Rena Brouwer and Joe Peters in performance: Painting the songs, metaphor for life
Friday, January 29, 7-8:30pm

Current Exhibitions:

Gerald Griffin, Ambiguous Reflections of Race and Identity: A Question of Color
Gerald Griffin Gallery Talk: Noon, February 5

Creative Spirits: Works by George, Ilana, & Oliver Debikey

A Bicentennial Legacy, ArtSmart:Indiana

Traveling Through the Darkness to the Light

Register online for studio art classes for adults, kids, and teens!

The debut Creativity Boot Camp - a Training Event for Makers and Wannabe Makers led by professional artists Lisa Walsh and Sara Vanderkleed

January 29
and January 30, 2016
MatchBOX Coworking Studio, Lafayette, Indiana.

Topics include "Yes, You Are Creative",  "Confidence as a Maker", and "Creativity Triggers" and more.

For tickets:

Check out our Facebook page:

Met Opera Live in HD series: Puccini's Turandot, starring Nina Stemme and Anita Hartig.

January 30, 2016
, 12:55pm at Eastside 9 and Wabash Landing 9 Theaters.

  • DIVA Jazz Orchestra kicks off the Purdue Jazz Festival Fri., Jan. 22.
  • Accordionist Tian Jianan rings in the Chinese New Year Sat., Jan. 30.
  • "Chambergrass" trio Harpeth Rising plays 4 shows in two nights at Carnahan Hall, Feb. 5-6
  • Annie (Broadway), Feb. 11
  • Junie B.'s Essential Survival Guide to School (family), Feb. 14
  • A Moon for the Misbegotten (theatre), Feb. 18
  • Philip Glass, Feb. 20
  • Meklit (music), Feb. 27

Through February 20

"Sixty Square Inches - 18th North American Small Print Exhibition"
Juried exhibit of printmakers working in a small format.
Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center.

"360 Degrees of Separation"
International ceramic artists who have worked at the Guldagergaard Center in Denmark.
Fountain Gallery, 330 Main Street, Lafayette.

Visit or contact us at (765) 494-3061 or galleries@purdue.eduFacebook/Twitter/Instagram


Children's ART Classes at Halsema Custom Crafts

Join us to for Arts & Crafts

Cost $15 for 1 hour or $25 for 2 hours per child.

Saturday's from 12-4pm, Sunday's from 1-3pm or by appointment.

To register, contact us on Facebook at
Halsema Custom Crafts or email

660 Main Street
Lafayette, IN


Spirit Theatre

For Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
No Prior Acting Experience Necessary!

Applications are Now Being Accepted for Our 2015 - 2016 Performing Season
Call 765.404.4987 for an application!
Bring out the book within you this spring with the Lafayette Writers' Studio. Spring 2016 offerings include courses from one-night intensives on place in poetry and cross-training for writers, to the Master Writing Workshop where participants work on book-length manuscripts in a supportive workshop environment.

Join us this year and discover the book that resides inside you. Register at www.lafayettewritersstudio.
Round the Fountain Art Fair is accepting applications for jurying from all interested artists until through February for the May 28 Fair.

Deadline: midnight, March 1
Visit our website: for more information or to apply on ZAPP.
Questions? Contact Andrea at 765-427-4808 or email:

Songwriters Association of Mid-north Indiana accepting applications for the 2016 Shirley Martin Scholarship for Young Songwriters

**includes the special Mike Lane Horizon Award**

Candidates must be between the ages of 14-19 and be a permanent resident of one of the following Indiana counties to apply: Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Fountain, Howard, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton, Pulaski, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Warren and White.

Applications being accepted until April 1, 2016

More info at

111 N. 6th Street
Lafayette, IN

For information and tickets to upcoming events, visit

Monday, February 1st, 5pm

Wells Center in the West MR

The magicians of the London/Hurt Magic Ring invite the public to a free "after work, after school" workshop on performing the art of magic. This is open to anyone who has a sincere interest in learning magic; kids through adults.

Previous knowledge is not necessary. RSVP is not necessary, but appreciated.

Please contact Scott at

Funky Turns 40:  Black Character Revolution Panel Exhibition
Feb. 1 - March 31
This exhibition presents historical information about 1970's morning cartoons that featured positive Black characters for the first time in television history; included are Fat Albert and the Cosby kids, The Jackson Five and School House Rock.
BCC Coffee House featuring BCC Performing Arts Ensembles
Thursday, Feb. 25, 7pm
Black Cultural Center

Feb 1 - 26, 1916 Hoosier Centennial Exhibit, Downtown

Family Read Aloud - Downtown @ 3:00pm
Feb. 6 - Professor Steve: Basketball
Feb. 13 - Storyteller: Young Abe
Feb. 20 - Hoosier Dancing
Feb. 27 - Meet Clifford & Emily Elizabeth

Feb. 26 - Bring Lunch: Clifford & Emily Elizabeth, Campus, 11:45am

Teen Programs: 429-0119

Feb. 25 - Get Organized, call 429-5380
Feb. 27 - Linda Gorham: Black History, call 429-0176

Tech Classes: 429-0113


Got cabin fever? Come to Athens Arts!  

Basic Bead Stringing - Feb. 2, 1-3pm, $25
Basic Bead Weaving - Feb. 9, 1-3pm, $25
Creating with Clay - Feb. 4 and Feb. 18, 7-9pm, $50
A Life Time Event, works by Elizabeth Sharpless, continues until Feb. 9; then it's People, Places and Things, photography by Kathy Steele, whose opening is Feb. 19, 6-8pm, 113 N. Washington St., Crawfordsville, IN, 765-362-7455. Wednesday through Saturday, 10-5.

Art Exhibits:
Maureen Marsh "pop-up" exhibit 2/6, 2/10, 2/14, 2/18
Art talks 2/4 & 2/18

In our Children's Department:
Preschool story times: Tuesday & Friday, 10:30am; Thursdays, 4:00pm (ages 2+)
Lap Sit: Mondays at 10:30 & 11:15am (infant-2yrs.)
* Valentine's Day Crafts: 2/6
* Lego Club: 2/13
* Reading to the Dogs: 2/20
* WALLA & Friends Film Series: 2/8
One-on-one computer help available!

Check our website or call for more details on these and other programs.Check our website or call for more details on these and other programs!
LSO: Lollipop Concert

February 5, 2016            
Instrument Petting Zoo 6:00pm, Concert 7:00pm

The Lafayette Symphony Orchestra presents an imaginative evening of silly fun! Bring the whole family to hear The Animated Orchestra by Greg Smith, a musical story about a mischievous ferret in an instrument shop.

Stop by early to touch and try instruments of the orchestra at the Instrument Petting Zoo. Tickets are $5 general admission.

Visit for tickets and more info.

Monticello Public Library's Events for February:

Saturday Arts and Crafts - Feb. 6 at 10am Valentine craft. K-5th. Register online.

Dance Lessons - Feb. 5 and 12 at 6pm Foxtrot and Tango. Register.

Midday Classics Matinee - Feb. 10 at 12pm Indiana films.

Friends' February Book Sale - Feb. 12 & 13

Artist Reception - Feb. 24 at 5pm Penny Milligan's fantastic art students show their wonderful creations.
Visit for more information.

5th Swing Dance @ France A. Cordova Rec Center- Feature Gym; 8pm
13th Evening of Romance @ Marriott Hall; 8pm  **Tickets Required
**Wind Works @ Long Center**
19th featuring Wind Ensemble & Collegiate Band; 8pm
20th featuring Symphonic Band & Varsity Band; 8pm
21st featuring Concert Band & University Band; 2:30pm
26th American Music Repertory Ensemble @ Loeb Playhouse; 8pm

Visit for more information!
February at the Delphi Opera House 

Wildly talented singer song-writer Nicky Rood, February 5 at 7:30pm.

Cinema, Chocolate and Cheers, February 13 at 7:30pm. A collection of classic romantic comedy shorts projected from real 16mm film prints with a live score by pianist Roger Lippincott and commentary by film historian, Eric Grayson. Wine and decadent chocolates too.

'Abraham Lincoln Through Song' by Chris Vallillo, February 20 at 3:00pm.

Info/tickets or 765-564-4300. 
Morton Community Center
222 N. Chauncey Ave.

Painting with your Valentine

Whether it's your first Valentine date or your 21st, make it a date to create! Join Jeannette Rehmel for this fun and creative way to celebrate Valentines Day. Couples can choose from a number of projects including painting a canvas and working with plaster.

Workshop will be held Saturday, February 13th from 1:30p-4p. Registration Deadline 2/10

"Like" us on Facebook!

Lafayette Chamber Singers Afternoon Delight 

Duncan Hall, 3pm, Sunday, February 14

Savor succulent sweets and the stimulating poetry and music of love as the Lafayette Chamber Singers explore the delicate, whimsical, and flamboyant moods of love through the centuries with a bubbly mix of classical and pop melodies.

Reservations requested by Wednesday, February 10th at +1 765 743 8087 (even if you have tickets already).

Wabash College 2nd Annual Electronic Music Soundscapes Concert

Thursday, February 11

Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
Compositions by both students and professional composers will be included in the program.

Further information:

Feb. 12-Mar. 11: Limelight on Special Creations: Cooperative Schools

Prairie Arts Council and Cooperative School Services join efforts to present artwork from area schools & CDC Day Program art students in the Lilian Fendig Gallery in celebration of Disabilities Awareness Month

Lilian Fendig Gallery at the Carnegie Center
301 N Van Rensselaer
Rensselaer, IN 47978

Mon-Fri: Noon-2:00pm and Tuesday's Noon-4:00pm

Roses and chocolates! It must be February and Valentine's season.

Valentine's Day is a special day and the perfect time to express your love to your family and friends. Customers buying at Artists' Own on Saturday, February 13 will receive a red rose while supplies last. Sweet refreshments will be provided for all who stop by.

The High School Art Exhibit will be showing early February. Stop by and see their creations.

The Valentine's event, Sweet on Art, will take place Feb. 13 from 7-10pm.  Enjoy wine, music and decadent desserts. Tickets $20. Available at

Guided tours of the Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art feature historic paintings by Indiana artists, extraordinary American antiques, Indiana ceramics and history of the Mansion.
Tours begin promptly at 10am and 1:30pm (Feb. 20), and 1:30pm (Feb. 21). Tickets $10 at or $12 at the door.

Beat the winter blues! Cass County Arts Alliance encourages you to visit the Logansport Art Association 424 Front Street, Logansport, IN to see The Black & White Competitive Show.

View themed Black & White Fine Art, Photography, & Jewelry from February 15-29.

Open Tuesdays & Wednesdays 1pm-4pm, Thursdays 4pm-7pm

Not available these hours? Call 574-735-2915 or email:

Special Awards Reception:  February 25, 5:30pm-7pm!

February 16th Program - Sara Vanderkleed from Artists' Own will share her process of design and painting abstract art.

WVAS and pastel painters have original paintings on exhibit, available for purchase at Sylvia's Brick Oven Pizza, 625 Columbia Street, Lafayette, Indiana.

From Sorrow to Joy: Bach in Mühlhausen
Sunday, February 21, 4:30pm
St. John's Episcopal Church
600 Ferry St, Lafayette

Experience the beauty and poignancy of two of J.S. Bach's early cantatas

Tickets: $20 for adults, $10 for students 18+, free to children under the age of 18 and accompanied by an adult.

For more information: or call the Bach Chorale office (T-Th) at 765.429.5151

Free Concert is 7pm Sunday, February 21 at the Jefferson High School Richard Jaeger Theater.

Jose Valencia conducts concerto competition winners: Hannah Han, YiFei Heng, and Minnie Yang in Dvorak, St. Saens and Enesco. Also included are Stravinsky Firebird and Smetana Moldau.

Sponsored by TAF, IAC, Asia Oriental Market, Consumer Research, Inc., Hainje Home Solutions, Kumon, Myotherapy Massage Center, Old National Bank, Purdue Federal Credit Union.

Information at or 765-497-3827.

Beginning Watercolor Class
Thursdays, February 25 - March 31, 2016 1:30-3:30pm
Rebecca Brody, instructor
Art Museum of Lafayette
Learn More and Register

For those with little or no experience as an artist. Each week we will paint a different subject, with instruction on materials, color choice, techniques, etc.

Feb. 28, 2016
Eliza Fowler Hall, Purdue University

"Wind Swept" - Bassoonist Kara Stolle performs on this program with Davis Brooks & Charles Morey, violinists; Michael Chen, violist and Kurt Fowler, cellist.

Tickets: $15 at Von's or at the door; $5 college student and FREE for K-12 grade students
Murder in the Library
At the Delphi Public Library 

February 28 @ 3:00pm

This tongue-in-cheek mystery begins with a book signing party by an unpopular mystery author, Agatha Mystery. When all the suspects have toasted her - and she has given her scathing response - Agatha suddenly drops dead between the book stacks. Follow the clues to see if you can find out "Whodunnit?"

FREE. Tickets required. Call 765-564-2929 or email to get yours today! 
About the Tippecanoe Arts Federation
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation is the umbrella organization and arts council for 14 counties. TAF provides educational opportunities in the visual, performing, and literary arts, outreach programs for both underserved and at-risk youth, and funding for capital and operational expenses to fellow arts organizations region wide. Established in 1976, the Tippecanoe Arts Federation serves as a model for arts advocacy by promoting the role of the arts within our region. More information is available at