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Heritage Artisans Days paper marbling

Heritage Artisans Days

33rd Annual 

Historic New Harmony invites schoolchildren to New Harmony, Indiana on April 19-21, 2017 to experience what life was like in the 1800's through the eyes of a variety of period artisans. This year we welcome back artisans who specialize in paper marbling, wood carving, beekeeping, tinsmithing and weaving, to name just a few. Our 19th century doctor will present interactive shows each day at Murphy Auditorium and will once again be dueling at the Atheneum in the afternoon. Visitors can also explore the Harmonist Labyrinth.

(Learn more about the featured artisans here.)

Admission

Adult $10
Children (over 6) $5
Family $30
School personnel are free

School & homeschool groups: If groups send payment with their registration by April 4, 2016, they will receive a discounted price of $4 per student and $5 per chaperone. School personnel are free.

School groups interested in attending Heritage Artisans Days should contact Megan Glenn, Community Engagement Supervisor at or 812-465-7014.

Lesson Plans:

New Harmony Building and Art Exploration
Artisan Exploration
Comparing medical procedures from the 1800’s to present day
New Harmony Economics 1814-Present

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