Telling New Harmony's Story Through Interactive Artisanry
Telling New Harmony's Story Through Interactive Artisanry

Have you ever wondered what life was like in Indiana in the 1800s? Have you thought about what kinds of jobs Hoosiers had and how communities worked and thrived? In April, Historic New Harmony answered these questions for schoolchildren and their families, allowing them to experience life in southern Indiana in the early 19th century through the use of historic interpreters and period artisans.

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Fairbanks Symposium at the University of Indianapolis to examine Unigov at 50
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Fairbanks Symposium at the University of Indianapolis to examine Unigov at 50

The Sixth Annual Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, scheduled for May 15, 2019, at the University of Indianapolis, features national and local thought leaders who will discuss the lasting impact of urban consolidation in central Indiana. “Unigov at 50: The Blueprint of the Urban Midwest?” studies the legacy of merging local governments in Indianapolis and the implications for modern cities that have yet to undergo the process.

May 1, 2019
National Poetry Month
National Poetry Month: More Staff Reflections

As we wrap up National Poetry Month, Indiana Humanities staff members shared some of their all-time favorite poems and performances. Happy reading!

April 30, 2019
National Poetry Month
National Poetry Month: Staff Reflections

As we wrap up National Poetry Month, Indiana Humanities staff members shared some of their all-time favorite poems and performances. Happy reading!

April 29, 2019