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New Harmony Gallery receives Indiana Arts Commission grant to expand programming

New Harmony Gallery receives Indiana Arts Commission grant to expand programming

8/8/2022 | University Communications
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New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art (NHGCA) has been awarded a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) to help fund exhibitions for the 2022-23 fiscal year. IAC support provides funding for one-time events like festivals, exhibits and workshops. 

NHGCA was one of 413 community-based arts providers throughout Indiana to receive approved grant allocations totaling over $2.9 million in funds for grants and programs provided by arts organizations and cultural providers who prioritize community engagement throughout the state.  

NHGCA, one of the state’s earliest and longest-running contemporary art spaces, presents exhibitions and public programs in Historic New Harmony, Indiana. It serves as a resource to USI students, faculty staff and the community. Through core exhibitions featuring regional, national and internationally known artists; public programs such as artist talks, studio visits and workshops; and other programs such as the Gallery Shop, student gallery BG Projects and New Harmony Second Saturdays, audiences can experience contemporary art in a unique landscape. Each of these exhibitions are free and open to the public, supporting NHGCA's goals of providing opportunity, creating dialogue and building community within the region. 

The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary, an outreach partner of the University of Southern Indiana, is located at 506 Main Street in New Harmony, Indiana. Regular hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 812-682-3156 or visit USI.edu/nhgallery. 

About the Indiana Arts Commission: The Indiana Arts Commission works to positively impact the cultural, economic and educational climate of Indiana by providing responsible leadership for, and public stewardship of, artistic resources for our state's citizens and communities. 

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