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October 24 - November 14
Organizer: Brown County Art Gallery
October 29 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Organizer: Brown County Art Guild
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The Visitors Center Gallery Display welcomes guest as they relax and watch a video that tells the story of our historic art colony. Email Kelsey Oehler for more details.
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A CVB task force lead the charge for Brown County to be designated an Indiana Cultural District. In 2012 the Town of Nashville’s newly formed Arts and Entertainment Commission received the designation for Arts Village Brown County. At that time only 5 designations had been awarded.
The iconic leaf sculpture, Soaring, soon followed and leaves started popping up around town to draw attention to our artists. The Arts Village Brochure and website were created to direct people to the unique hand crafted items that made Brown County famous.
In 2010 the CVB partnered with the Visit Bloomington and Visit Columbus to apply for a grant to create a trail connecting 3 destinations. Each with their own unique art scene. The grant was awarded and Indiana’s Twisted Trail was developed. A few year later, the trail was re-branded Arts Road 46.
Since we have collaborated on many projects including media pitches, trade shows, website and postcards.
Arts Road 46 is the only cultural trail that connects 3 of Indiana’s Cultural Districts letting visitors know Southern Indiana has a vibrant art scene.
In 2015, a group of glass artist were developing the Indiana Glass Trail and Brown County hosted an Arts on Fire weekend. We were excited to work with Leo and Lynn Miller, to create the Arts On Fire video to feature Brown County’s glass artist.
Brown County hosted an Arts on Fire weekend. We were excited to work with Leo and Lynn Miller, to create the Arts On Fire video to feature Brown County’s glass artist.