Reserve the Community Gallery
As a public service, the Community Gallery is available on a monthly basis free of charge to individuals, groups and organizations who wish to exhibit items of public interest. The Community Gallery is located on the second floor of the museum and is handicap accessible.
- Set-up of the exhibit is the responsibility of the exhibitor.
- Glass cases are in the room for exhibitor's use.
- A flexible hanging system can be used for mounting artwork on the walls.
- If you choose to have an opening reception for your exhibit, the Meeting Room on the first floor can be made available for receptions.
For guidelines and details on how to reserve this room, contact a staff member here at the museum.
Call: (812) 278-8575
- Rowena Cross-Najafi, President - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Joyce Shepherd, Librarian - email@example.com
- Greg Nikirk, Collections manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Glenda Reynolds, Collections assistant, email@example.com
Currently on exhibit: "Stained glass in Lawrence County:" Included in the exhibit from the museum collection are two "Tiffany" type lamps and the Citizen's Bank clock window. Pictures of many of the beautiful stained glass windows from local churches are on display—photos by Carol Highhouse.
Click on the following to see a few of the past exhibits:
- Boy Scout exhibit
- Carpenter bus exhibit
- Girl Scout exhibit
- Historic Pathways
- Mary Lemon exhibit: Through the eyes of a teenager
- An Architectural Gem in Natural Stone- A photo collection of sculptor and stone contractor, Harry Easton, and the Bedford workers who sculpted the Corinthian columns of the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C..
- Rev. Dominic Altieri: Experiences as an Army Chaplain
- Red Cross exhibit
- Student art show