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June Arts Intersect:



Independence Day 
*TAF Closed* 
Monday, July 4, 2016

Gallery Walk & TAF Reception
Friday, July 15, 2016 

TAF Reception
Friday, August 19, 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 

Join the All Star Show Choir and perform at Lafayette's Stars & Stripes Celebration on July 4th!

Registrations are now being accepted for high school aged singer/dancers. Members attend music and choreography rehearsals from 12:00-5:00PM, June 27th to July 1st

The group is directed by Eric Van Cleave and choreographed by Shawn Eck.
Call the Long Center at 765.742.5664 or visit for more information. 

Angela Taylor "E-Scaping Figures" new works exploring current events, entertainment, and the 2016 election. On display through July 9.

Email  for a tour of the space and to purchase artwork.

Check out our community of artists ranging from printmakers, painters, knitters, wood workers, ceramics, sewers, and photographers at
  • Opening June 24: Wabash Valley Potters, Michael Heinz, & Brenda Buckingham-Ehrmann & Guest Artists Exhibition (Reception 7/15, 6-9pm) Info
  • July 4: TAF Offices Closed 

  • July 15, 6-9pm: Gallery Walk, Downtown Lafayette Info

Gallery Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm
Call 765.423.2787 or email
Tippecanoe County Historical Association
Free Tippecanoe County Historical Association Events at The Fountain Gallery (330 Main St.)

July 9, 2:00pm: Frances Slocum: Child of Two Americas film screening & Producer Bill Bachman Q&A session
July 30, 2:00pm: Kids Portrait Class by Art with Aubrey
July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2:00pm: George Winter: Reflections on the Native Peoples of Early Indiana Gallery Talks; TCHA staff discusses the collection. Exhibition runs through August 13.

More information available at

Summer Cultural Festival
July 7, 2016, 4-7pm
Purdue Memorial Union Front Lawn
Free with PU Student ID
Rain location: PMU North Ballroom
Come celebrate the diversity of Purdue's campus with free food, unique cultural activities and live performances!

Sponsored by: Purdue Think Summer, Black Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center, LGBTQ Center and Asian American & Asian Resource and Cultural Center

Wabash Valley Potters will "Serve it Up!" with their new exhibition at TAF starting June 24-July 29. The exhibition will showcase artistic interpretation in clay of the idea of serving. Some of the pieces will be functional in nature, while others will illustrate the concept of serving in an unconventional manner. Opening reception is July 15, 6-9pm at 638 North Street, Lafayette. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9am-5pm.

Encore on the Sagamore
Sunday July 3, 2016, 7:30pm
Little Turtle Waterway Plaza
Join us for a free family concert to celebrate Indiana's Bicentennial with the city of Logansport. Enjoy patriotic, pops, and Hoosier tunes! (Rain Location: McHale Performing Arts Center)

Art in the Park: Columbian Park
Tuesday July 26, 2016, 6pm
Meet us at the Memorial Island stage and take in the laidback groove of the Randy Salman Jazz Trio.
7:30 pm at Riehle Plaza. Food donations benefit Food Finders & Almost Home Humane Shelter.
  • July 4th: Stars & Stripes Concert; 8:00pm, Fireworks at 10:00
  • July 7: LCB Sax Quartet pre-concert at 6:45pm; Quinlan & Fabish will serve cookies
  • July 14: Concert at 7:30
  • July 21: Win Grant's Money at 6:45
  • July 28: Lions will serve popcorn
  • 4- July, 7:00pm Riehle Plaza - Purdue Summer Jazz Band Concert
  • 12- July, 7:30pm Slayter Center for the Performing Arts- Purdue Summer Concert Band

Take a trip around the world this summer with the Summer Supper 2016 fundraising series at the International Center, 523 Russell, St., WL.
  • July 5th   - Traditional American BBQ
  • July 12th - Afghanistan
  • July 19th - China
  • July 26th - Colombia
Drop-in or make reservations at 765-743-4353 or email
$15 per person (includes): Appetizer, Entree, Sides, Dessert and Drink
Indoor/ Outdoor Seating
Family Friendly Event
Morton Community Center presents X CAMP 

New classes at Morton
Sing Like a Pop Star Camp, 7/11-7/15, ages 7-12
Make a "Kids Care" Riverfest Exhibit, 7/7, 1p-4p, ages 5-15
Beginning Knitting, Wednesdays 7/6-7/20, 6p-7:30p, ages 10-16
Beginner Baton Twirling, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7/26-8/31, 5:30-6:20p, ages 6-16

For more information or to register call the (765)-775-5120.
222 N Chauncey Ave West Lafayette
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NICHES Land Trusts and local artist, Sunny Miller offer "Nature & People" themed acrylic workshops and plein-air sessions at Prophetstown and Tippecanoe River State Parks. Email  to register for a workshop: Saturday, July 9 8:30 - 9:30 am, Prophetstown State Park (reg. by July 7th 9 pm) or Sunday, July 31st 10 am 12 pm at Tippecanoe River State Park (NICHES will refund park entry fee for first 8 participants of each workshop).

In the Library's Gallery: Cheryl Kaldahl

Analog to Digital Transfer Instruction (VHS & Vinyl): 7/16, 1:00-4:00pm
WALLA & Friends Film Series: 7/11, 6:45pm
One-on-one tech help available

Children's Activities:
Summer Reading Club sign-ups through 7/13
Reading to the Dogs! 7/30, 2:00-3:00pm
Preschool Story Times Tuesday & Friday: 10:30am; Thursdays: 4:00pm (2 & up)
Children's Play Group Mondays 10:30-noon (Infant - 2yrs.)

More information on these and other programs: (765) 743-2261 -
Summer Writing Workshop July 11, 11am, Beauty & the Beast presented by Stevens Puppets
July 16, 10am-12pm, Trek & Talk: During the outing, we will lead you on a walk, pausing to read aloud the words of Hoosier authors.
July 23, 2:00-4:00pm, Subversive Food Substitution Challenge: Prepare a tasty dessert using healthy food substitutions & bring your creation and recipe to the library for a taste-test.

Email for more information.

July 11 - Legos, Wyandotte, 2:00pm
July 11, 25 - Lunch & A Movie, Klondike, Wyandotte, 11:30am
Downtown- Tickets: 429-0119
July 14 - Evonik Science, 10:30am, 2:00pm
July 28 - Magician Rusty Ammerman, 10:30am, 2:00 & 7:00pm
July 15 - Olympics Lock-In, Klondike, 4:45pm
Adults  - Downtown
July 12 - Health Apps, 7:00pm
July 13, 20 - Tai Chi 50+, Falls & Safety, 10:00am

The Brown Bag Lunch series continues at Athens Arts each Wednesday at noon throughout July. Bring your lunch and get inspired and informed.

Join us for the opening reception Friday, July 22, 6-8 pm, for "All Things Local" by Dr. Alice Harpel on exhibit starting July 13th.

Remember, artists, the entry deadline for our fall show, Salon III, is August 1st. Exhibit dates - Sept. 17 - Oct. 8.

More information at

Visit Artists' Own to meet our newest member, Angi Petersen! 
You'll also see the latest Members' Exhibit opening during the July 15 Downtown Gallery Walk. 

Members are bringing orange to his/her work as the title is "How Many Ways Can You Say Orange?" 

Open til 9:00 during the gallery walk. 

Monday-Friday, 10-6 and Saturday 10-4.  

35th Annual Antique Power Exhibition

A Bicentennial Legacy Project
July 15 - 17, 2016, 8am- $5 entrance fee

Club Showgrounds in the Pine Creek Valley, 8 miles south of Boswell, In. or 12 miles north of Attica, IN. on U.S. 41, then east on Warren County Road 650. (watch for signs)

July 15-Mid Sept: 'Cycles' Young Professionals in Art

Artist Reception: July 22nd from 6:30p-8:30p (CDT)
Carnegie Center-Lilian Fendig Gallery


301 N Van Rensselaer
Rensselaer, IN 47978

Grateful Heart proudly presents "Joyful Noise," a show filled with the tones, clinks, chimes, rattles, booms, bangs and other sounds that can be produced using porcelain, by artist Diane Gee.

Bells and rattles, vessel and skinned drums, petal and tongue drums, stringed instruments, chimes, flutes, whistles ... come and share the fun and light refreshments at Grateful Heart and the Frontier Main Street Window Gallery, 654 and 661 Main Street, July 15th, 6-9pm.
800 Main StreetCarnahan Hall
800 Main Street
Lafayette, IN 47901
Phone: 765-420- 9500
July 15th
Paint and Party with Stacy Presents:
Get Your Bob On-Bob Ross Tribute 6PM-8PM
$30/person (supplies included)

Bicycle Lafayette:
Bike Prom 2016- Bikes in Space
Silent Auction/ Prizes/ DJs/ Food
$8 Advance/ $10 Door
8PM- 11PM

July 21st
The Appleseed Collective with TBA
$7 Advanced/$10 Door
Doors: 8PM/ Music

Haan Mansion Museum Tours
July 16 & 17 offer:
The best paintings by Indiana's most important historic artists, including American Scene paintings from the 1930's and 40's. Massive American antiques that rival the largest museums, including a rare superior-grade Wooten desk made in Indianapolis. Surprising Indiana ceramics and bronzes by current and historic artists, including figural and architectural forms.
Public nature trail open daily.
Sculpture garden coming soon!
See for schedule and tickets.

Delphi Opera House presents An Afternoon with James Whitcomb July 16 at 3:00 pm. Actor Jeff Kuehl, known for his convincing portrayal of the Hoosier poet, will perform at this Indiana Bicentennial Legacy event.

At 4:00pm, Delphi Opera House of Contemporary Art will host an unveiling of portrait paintings by Daniel Driggs. These works are stunning imagery of Civil War reenactors who attended the Opera House's grand ball in October, 2015

Tickets or 765-564-4300. 

Opera House Gallery of Contemporary Art, LLC
Portraits of Delphi
Delphi, the city where history comes alive

July 16
Reception: 4:30-6:30pm
Immediately following "An Afternoon with James Whitcomb Riley" Delphi Opera House: Guest artist, Daniel Driggs will unveil his portraits of select attendees who attended the Opera House Grand Ball, 2015. Rena Brouwer's paintings will exhibit historical subjects of Delphi.

Alan McConnell and Deb Waymire will showcase new work.
Art Museum

Indiana Now 2016: The BicentennialJoin the Art Museum for
ArtPrize in Grand Rapids October 5 - 7 2016
Registration Deadline is July 31, 2016
Read More and Register at

*Indiana Now 2016: The Bicentennial
*A Bicentennial Legacy, ArtSmart:Indiana
*Art League Past and Present: An exhibition in celebration of the 50th anniversary ends July 17
*Student work in the Eggleston Galleries of the Manya Fan Art Center

Surprise yourself classes for kids, teens and adults at

On behalf of Cass County Arts Alliance and its partner - Logansport Art Association has scheduled an Art Camp: July 18-22 (10am-noon) $25.00 for the week. Looks like fun for all!

General Lew Wallace Study & Museum
Thursday, July 28 @ 7pm
The club will be discussing Prince of Graustark by George Barr McCutcheon. Books are available for checkout from the Study, or can be read free online at

For more information email or call 765-362-5769.


Featured Artist: Melissa Resch

Melissa Resch is a multi-talented artist who works in a variety of media. This exhibit will include pottery, paintings and etchings. Join us on Thursday, July 28th, from 6-8 pm, at 2505 S. Earl Avenue for an opening night reception. 


Enjoy light refreshments and meet the artist. Her work will be on exhibit throughout August. 

Monticello Public Library Events for July:


Broadway Art Show - July 29th to July 31st - Come purchase pottery, jewelry, paintings, photography and more from Indiana artists. A special reception will be held for Purchase Sponsors on Friday, July 29 from 5-9pm.


Contact the Library about becoming a Purchase Sponsor.

Art and Ale Craft Biergarten - July 30th from 3-6pm. Tickets cost $20. Taste a variety of craft beers from Indiana craft breweries.

Visit for more information. 

Purdue Convocations invites you to join us next season for more than 30 exciting world-class live performances at Purdue University.
Highlights of the season include "Dirty Dancing," "Mamma Mia!" The Farewell Tour, "Rent" 20th Anniversary Tour, "Pippin," "Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Revue," The Donny McCaslin Quartet, Mavis Staples and St. Petersburg Philharmonic with Nikolai Luganski.

Opportunities and Announcements:


WOOD Crafts &
ART Classes

Get Creative with Halsema Custom Crafts!

Mix of wood and art used to create your own masterpiece
1 one hour class per week for 5 weeks, $100
Schedule at your convenience for up to 8 students per class and all materials included

Halsema Custom Crafts,
660 Main Street,
Lafayette, IN or

Are you ready to write 
your story? Join the 
Lafayette Writers' Studio 
to learn everything you need
to know about the craft of 
fiction, nonfiction and poetry 
in an intimate, encouraging
Classes range from 
one-night intensives to 
workshops that last several
weeks. To learn more visit  
and become the writer yo
u want to be.

The Frankfort Public Library announces a call to artists for a juried art exhibition, November 11-13, 2016 in Frankfort, IN.

Accepting submissions for all media 2D and 3D. Please visit for more information.

If interested, please send your biography and images of your work to

Deadline: June 11, 2016 Questions?
Contact Anna Lake
at or call 765-654-8746 x141.


Designed to develop - depending on your
interests and needs-
- Voice Technique:
A Healthy Foundation
for Speaking & Singing 
- Body Awareness & its Function in Voice
- Song Interpretation
- Stage Performance
- Voice Improvisation
- Vocal Research: 
For Singers, Dancers, 
Actors & 
Interdisciplinary Artists

Sabrina Lastman
Vocalist | Songwriter 
| Voice Educator |
Guild Certified 
Feldenkrais Practitioner
(765) 746 - 6158
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

Activities of the Tippecanoe Arts Federation are provided, in part, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, with funds from the Indiana General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts.