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Exhibit presents work by architecture students from Iowa State University who designed buildings that prioritize sustainable and ethical habitation. Sites include Columbus’s Pleasant Grove neighborhood, and sites in Monroe County. The course was taught by Professor Kevin Lair. Support provided by the Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives.Find out more »
The Indiana University Center for Art + Design is pleased to present an exhibition by Columbus’s own Robert Pulley, entitled Mud and Fire. This exhibition will open Thursday December 15th and continue through Friday February 24th, 2017. An opening reception for the artist will be held on Thursday, December 15 from 5:30 - 8:30 PM. Mud and Fire features new large-scale ceramic sculptures by Indiana-native artist Robert Pulley. Also on display is a small selection of maquettes from the artist’s studio practice. These are a result of an ongoing preparatory process of model-making that the artist uses to sketch and develop his ideas and inspiration. This exhibition is curated by Jennifer Riley, a contributing editor at ArtCritical.com, Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for Triangle Arts Association and the gallery Curator at Indiana University Center for Art+Design.Find out more »
The American Legion Post 233 in Edinburgh is asking for your support as they send CARE packages to our troops overseas. They are looking for food, toiletries and many other items as well as letters of encouragement. A list of items is attached. Monetary donations are also welcome to help pay for postage and shipping. Donations and letters can be dropped off at the American Legion Post 233 in Edinburgh. A receipt for your tax deductible donation is available on request. Donations are due by February 15th.Find out more »
The Actors' Studio of Hope Presents: The Laws of Jackson St., written and performed by Pete Law. Join Pete as he gives a comedic look at the "laws" of growing up in a small town. You'll be introduced to his dad, Don, mom, Jewell, and sister, Amy, as he takes a journey back to Jackson St. in Hope, Indiana in the 70's, 80's, and 90's. Advanced tickets are $15. At the door are $18. The Willow Leaves Dining Room will be open for dinner. Call 812-546-0640 for tickets.Find out more »
Actor/storyteller Joanna Winston shares the story of “Stagecoach” Mary Fields, the first African-American female mail carrier hired in the US. Born a slave in Tennessee she delivered mail in the Montana Territory from 1895 to 1903. Winston writes, “"Mary proved that even though she was African-American and a woman, she was as just as smart, and strong, and stubborn as any white man.” For all ages.Find out more »
Join us at the Mitchell Opera House on February 11, 2017 for Dave Dugan and live comedy at the Mitchell Opera House! Dave has been seen on HBO, Comedy Central, FOX and a regular on the nationally-syndicated Bob and Tom Show (with over 200 appearances). Dave’s original and clean humor and observations have made him a highly-sought after comedian (and emcee). As an award-winning writer, he takes the time to customize humor for each performance to best fit each audience, group or corporation. Headlining at theaters and clubs all over the country, Dugan has made a lasting impression with his one-of-a-kind dry, everyman style. In spite of being born into a family of homebuilders, Dave couldn’t be less handy. Not a good salesman and a borderline hoarder, he humbly admits, “I fell into comedy as a default. I had nowhere else to turn.” His back-up plan seems to have paid off. In addition to his guest comic appearances and writing contributions on the Bob and Tom Show, he also portrays...Find out more »