Linking faculty and staff expertise with community needs is a priority of the University of Southern Indiana. By working with volunteer organizations and networks, an enviable array of public/private partnerships has evolved.
Historic New Harmony
A unified program of the University of Southern Indiana and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, Historic New Harmony realizes its mission of inspiring “renewal and fellowship between people and communities” through its programs and collections. This work expands upon the original intent of the university’s involvement in New Harmony, which was to nurture this “living laboratory” for ideas by encouraging cultural and educational programs, while maintaining preservation of historic properties. Click here to visit the Historic New Harmony website.
Historic Southern Indiana
Historic Southern Indiana (HSI) promotes southern Indiana's historical, scenic, and recreational resources through tourism development and marketing.
Historic Southern Indiana Web site
New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
Established in 1975, the gallery provides a professional exhibition environment for young artists, supports the development of participating artists, and enhances the awareness of contemporary art.
New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art Web site
New Harmony Theatre
Backed by a talented and energetic professional company and generous charitable giving, the New Harmony Theatre has grown into a first-rate regional and nationally renowned institution. With ticket sales covering less than half of production costs, it is the generosity of the Friends of New Harmony Theatre who help sustain the theatre's professionalism.
New Harmony Theatre Web site
USI Society for Arts & Humanities
The USI Society for Arts & Humanities enriches the lives of students and provides communication between the community and the University's various arts and humanities activities. The Society underwrites four full-tuition scholarships; supports student development through travel to conferences, museums, concerts, and exhibits; and provides financial and volunteer support to USI's three theatre programs, and the annual RopeWalk Writers Retreat.
USI Society for Arts & Humanities Web site
The USI Foundation office is located on campus on Clarke Lane, just west of Schutte Road.
8600 University Boulevard
Evansville, IN 47712