Press Releases

Press Releases
Brown County always has new and exciting things happening. This section includes recent press releases that will keep you up-to-date on news worthy activities, events, businesses,etc. Keep up with us daily on Facebook and Twitter.

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Special Art Exhibit at Ferrer Gallery

June 19, 2014

Ferrer Gallery in Nashville, Indiana will host a special exhibit of abstract paintings by Frank Glover of Brown County the entire month of July.

eXplore Brown County - 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

June 18, 2014

It’s A Big Deal….2014 Certificate of Excellence eXplore Brown County Adventure Center at Valley Branch Retreat 2014 WINNER OF THE TripAdvisor CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE Voted the #1 Activity in Brown County by over 350 TripAdvisor Reviewers, once again, eXplore Brown County Adventure Center in Nashville IN. has been awarded Trip Advisor’s AWARD OF EXCELLENCE. With 350 Excellent reviews.

Soaring, Public Art with Social Impact

June 12, 2014

The Nashville Arts and Entertainment Commission has partnered with Elder Heart, a Veteran’s Organization that does community and private projects to raise awareness for the 22 veteran suicides that occur every day, to build an 18 foot leaf sculpture.

Town of Nashville - Sculpture RFP

April 9, 2014

The Nashville Arts and Entertainment Commission has released a Request for Proposal seeking a sculpture that will have a strong visual impact and identify Nashville as a community that embraces the arts. The sculpture will be placed on a 4' x 4' concrete pad by the town parking lot at the corner of Pat Reilly Drive and Jefferson Street at the south edge of the Village. The site is open and can accommodate a structure 10-foot tall or larger.

Back Roads of Brown County Spring Tour

March 21, 2014

Brown County, Indiana is a place where art, nature and adventure live in harmony. Visitors can find dozens of working studios nestled in the woods along the picturesque roads where artists and craftspeople of all types live and work.

During the week of May 9-18 more than 13 sites with 17 artists open their studios to the public. Visitors can watch artists create & demonstrate their work and take home a handcrafted piece of Brown County. Some studios even offer opportunities for visitors to try the process themselves, and offer classes throughout the year.

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Brown County Indiana: Escape Comes Naturally