Artists featured in this exciting new Arts Council exhibit were given one parameter — the only color they could use was red. The result was “RED,” a striking new style of exhibit in Downtown Evansville. Thirty-seven artists created the 47 entries youRead More →
Visual art and works of literature are not far from one another. Both take their audience to new worlds, new points of view, and new ways of thinking. “Literally” is an exciting
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Do you know an artist, teacher, or organization who deserves some recognition for their hard work in the arts community? The Arts Council is now accepting nominations for its annual Arts Awards ceremony.
The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana and the Evansville African American Museum are partnering on a fine arts exhibit in honor of the newest national holiday, Juneteenth. “Lift Every Voice” is an exhibit celebrating Juneteenth and Black joy,
A group of textile artist banded together during lockdown to create a new exhibit inspired by the children’s game of telephone. You remember the game: One person says something to one person, and that person repeats the phrase
The Black Opry Revue — a touring showcase of Black country, folk and Americana singer-songwriters — is coming to Evansville this spring. The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, Haynie’s Corner Arts District Association and Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library
Southwestern Indiana high school students who live in the 8th Congressional District have the opportunity for their work to be featured at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.
The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana has two great grants opportunities for to help create and continue arts programs and projects for Evansville students. These grants are limited to programs and activities that benefit K-12 students in Vanderburgh
Young at Art is one of the favorite exhibits of ARTSWIN staff, and for good reason. The exhibit features more than 200 entries from area K-8 students. These young artists create without inhibitions, embracing a bright color palette