The Carnegie Center offers a variety of programs in conjunction with our special exhibitions. Ranging from gallery talks with artists to hand-on workshops, these provide new ways to experience the exhibitions.
Tuesday, January 28, 12-1 pm
Lunch & Learn: “Falls of the Ohio: Unique in the World”**
Alan Goldstein, Certified Interpretive Planner at the Falls of the Ohio State Park will discuss the history of the Falls from the Devonian sea floor 390 million years ago to what’s happening there today. He will share the history, geology, and natural history of the Falls and the many ways that the staff at the state park interpret the site through programs and special events. Bring your own lunch, drinks are provided. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336).
Saturday, February 8, 11 am-12 pm
Gallery Talk with Albertus Gorman and R. Michael Wimmer
Tuesday, February 18, 12-1 pm
Lunch & Learn: The African-American Heritage Trail**
Maxine F. Brown will talk about the project she led that resulted in the creation of the African-American Heritage Trail that travels through Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Gibson, Jefferson, and Orange Counties in Indiana. The Carnegie Center's exhibit Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage: Men and Women of the Underground Railroad is included on the trail. Maxine will also discuss other projects she is involved with, including the Leora Brown School in Corydon, Indiana. Bring your own lunch, drinks are provided. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336).
Saturday, March 1, 10 am-12 pm
Family Workshop with Albertus Gorman**
Join artist Albertus Gorman for this chance to make your own artwork out of “trash” that he has collected at the Falls of the Ohio. Read about his explorations and what he creates with the items he finds on his blog: http://artistatexit0.wordpress.com/. Limited to 12 children (with a parent), ages 6 and up. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336).
Tuesday, March 4, 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Gallery Talk with Albertus Gorman
Tuesday, March 25
Studio Visit & Gallery Talk with R. Michael Wimmer
6-7 pm: Studio Visit at WE Studio & Gallery, located at 324 East Main Street
7-8 pm: Gallery Talk at the Carnegie Center for Art & History, 201 East Spring Street
We are pleased to invite the public for an opportunity to see New Albany artist R. Michael Wimmer's studio, WE Studio & Gallery, located at 324 East Main Street in New Albany. Following the studio visit, participants are invited to the Carnegie Center where Michael will talk about his works in the exhibit The Potential in Everything. Visit the Facebook page for WE Studio & Gallery at https://www.facebook.com/westudiogallery.
Saturday, April 5, 1-3 pm
Mix & Mingle
Join us for your last chance to see the exhibit The Potential in Everything and to talk with Albertus Gorman and R. Michael Wimmer about their artworks in the exhibit. We’ll have coffee and cookies to fuel your conversations.