Arts & Entertainment

Art isn't a hobby here, it's a way of life

Since the late 1800s, Brown County, Indiana's scenic beauty, remote location and down-to-earth residents have attracted artists and artisans looking for an escape from the worlds distractions.

Anabel Hopkins Fine Art / Les Nympheas Studio

Anabel Hopkins Fine Art / Les Nympheas Studio

Address:7867 Axsom Branch Road , Nashville, IN 47448
Phone:812-340-8781
Email:anahoppy47448@gmail.com
Website:http://www.anabelhopkins.com

Anabel Hopkins Studio feature original impressionist landscapes, New Mexico landscapes, and contemporary abstract paintings. Discover Anabel’s outstanding talent and maybe even get to see her in action! Art studio located adjacent to Lake Monroe and the Hoosier National Forest. Just five miles south of T.C. Steele State Historic Site. Décor, pond and landscape inspired by […]

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Mike’s Music & Dance Barn

Mike’s Music & Dance Barn

Address:2277 West State Road 46 , Nashville, IN 47448
Phone:812-988-8638
Email:mikerobertsonconster64@gmail.com
Website:http://mikesmusicbarn.com/

Enjoy live music from country and ballroom to oldies, catch a dance lesson, or listen to Mike play his saxophone…no matter what you do when you’re there, Mike’s Music & Dance Barn is a guaranteed good time! The Barn also can be rented for private parties, showers, and receptions. Please call for event availability on […]

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Sleepy Cat Studio

Sleepy Cat Studio

Address:4687 Yellowwood Road , Nashville, IN 47448
Phone:812-988-2318
Email:cagle@sleepycatstudio.com
Website:http://sleepycatstudio.com

Sleepy Cat Studio is a treasure trove of original art by Monique Cagle. You’ll find acrylic semi-impressionistic paintings, jewelry, hand-painted glassware, felted and crocheted items, blank journals, and more in Cagle’s personal studio. Fun fact: the studio itself is a converted grain silo!

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TC Steele State Historic Site

TC Steele State Historic Site

Address:4220 TC Steele Road , Nashville, IN 47448
Phone:812-988-2785
Email:tcsteeleshs@indianamuseum.org
Website:http://www.tcsteele.org

Discover this hidden gem of Brown County! Attracted by its natural beauty, famed Hoosier Group impressionist artist Theodore C. Steele (1847-1926) was the first major artist to settle in Brown County, now the “Art Colony of the Midwest”. The TC Steele State Historic Site offers regularly scheduled tours year round of Steele’s painting-filled studio and […]

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