Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage:
Men & Women of the Underground Railroad
This award-winning exhibit draws the national phenomenon of the Underground Railroad into sharp focus by revealing the contributions of ordinary people, both free and enslaved, whose courageous acts on both sides of the Ohio River helped overthrow the institution of slavery.
Remembered: the Life of Lucy Higgs Nichols
The exhibit guides visitors through Lucy's life. Period documents and letters detail her life as a slave in Tennessee, and post-war life in freedom. Visitors can explore maps that pinpoint the paths she took and examine actual artifacts from the Civil War, including an Enfield rifle and an amputation saw of the same type used by the surgeons of the 23rd Indiana.
Grandpa Makes A Scene: The Yenawine Dioramas
This delightful exhibit is named after its creator Merle Yenawine, who was born and reared in Georgetown, Indiana. He created each diorama based on his childhood memories of small town life at the turn of the last century.
Earth-Tones: Art Quilts by Penny Sisto
October 24, 2014 – January 10, 2015
The title of this exhibition, Earth-Tones
, reflects its focus on two recent series by internationally known fiber artist Penny Sisto.