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For the past two years, a group of Indiana painters and conservation writers have been exploring Indiana’s waterways in order to record and celebrate our rivers and streams and to help us see and think about their history, beauty, utility and preservation. On October 15, an exhibition of 60 of these paintings opens at the Indiana State Museum, and that afternoon a book of the paintings and essays will be launched at the Tube Factory Artspace. Join writers Jason Goldsmith, Carson Garber and Jerry Sweeten during the book launch as they read from their work and facilitate a discussion of the present, history, and future of the waterways and the way art helps us see.
For more information, contact Susan Neville at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program received support from an Indiana Humanities Action Grant.