The art council for a 6-county region in west-central Indiana and east central Illinois. The mission is to promote, support and enhance the arts and cultural activities of the Wabash Valley by providing services to artists and art providers.
The theatre is the second oldest non-professional theatre in Indiana, and the only one offering a film series as well as live theatre.
Hatfield Hall is dedicated to bringing the arts to everyone. 812-877-8544 http://hatfieldhall.com/venue/
Located in Hatfield Hall, Collection of Vigo County’s own D. Omer “Salty” Seamon, Hadley Pottery and 19th Century British watercolors. Weekdays 8am-5pm.
Renovated in 2003, the museum is located in a historic 1901 Italian Renaissance Revival building, and features works from late 19th and early 20th centuries. Collection highlights include works by American artists Edward Hopper, Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, Andy Warhol, and Robert Motherwell. Closed Sun-Mon & national holidays
An elite singing group comprised of women of all ages and singing experience. New members welcome every Monday at 7 pm.
Band comprised of approximately 60 Wabash Valley area amateur and professional musicians. Perform a series of free concerts in the city’s parks throughout the summer.
Two concerts are presented in December and April. Rehearsals are held at 7 pm Mondays in the ISU Center for Performing and Fine Arts at 7th & Chestnut Streets.
25 North Sixth Street (812) 242-8476 http://www.thso.org Has provided excellent performances of symphonic music for the Wabash Valley since 1926. Map It
7th & Ohio adjacent to Swope Art Museum 812-241-3177 or 812-841-2884 Featuring local artists from Terre Haute, and two residential artists working right in the gallery, Free admission, Hrs Tues-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat Noon-5 pm Map It
Established in downtown Terre Haute 1996,in 2004. The Titzers have produced work found in many homes/public locations, including “Wheels”, a 4-piece sculpture mounted in the facade of the Michael Simmons Student Activity Center on ISU campus, and “Culvature”, a sculpture currently on loan to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. The Studio gallery offers the work, in lampworked bead jewelry, sculpture & decorative metals, of artist/owners Karen and Patrick Titzer, as well as many other artists and craftpersons. Additionally, the Studio is also proud to present The Back Gallery, an exhibition space devoted to the presentation of Fine Art and Craft. Open weekly, please call for current hours, extended holiday hours, as well as other information.
Host to an outstanding schedule of exhibitions and events featuring modern and contemporary art. The gallery is dedicated to education and exposing the community to a broad range within visual art. Hrs: Mon-Fri 11am-4 pm; Thurs 11am-8 pm.
1 Library Square 7th and Poplar Streets (812) 232-1113 The library contributes to and participates in local, regional, state and national library networks facilitating computerized bibliographic exchange, interlibrary loan, and other resource sharing initiatives. Map It