New Sculpture for ISU Campus

Thank you to all of the artists that submitted their work for the Indiana State University College of Health and Human Services sculpture project. Finalists will be selected in November. This project is a manifestation of the university’s commitment to the campus community, the city and the cultural vitality of the region. Revitalization and expansion…

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Turn to the River

  Art Spaces is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Professional Services for the Design Development Phase of Turn to the River, a multi-year project in Terre Haute, Indiana to reconnect downtown Terre Haute with the Wabash River through public art and design. Firms with a proven record of achievement in visioning, design, placemaking…

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Events to Watch For

Upcoming Events Our Spring Luncheon at the Terre Haute Country Club will feature a presentation by Craig McKee about Hamilton (the musical and the book) and will take place on Thursday, April 29, 12:00–1:00 p.m.  You won’t want to miss this! The 2018 Arts & Crafts Brew-Off at the Terre Haute Brewing Company will take…

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Theodore Dreiser Project

Courage in Language and Thought – The Dreiser Legacy   Theodore Dreiser, an internationally renowned writer born in Terre Haute, Indiana in 1871 is the author of eight novels, many short stories and at least 15 non-fiction works. His novels, Sister Carrie and An American Tragedy, have been translated into over 20 languages and are…

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Newsletters, Articles and Stories

Art Spaces Newsletters & E-Blasts NEA Grant Award Executive Director’s Spring Newsletter Executive Director’s Winter Newsletter Art Spaces Articles  Terre Haute Living: Gateway to the Future Article Business Monthly: Trumpeting A Decade Article Art: Pieces belong to property owners Limestone La-Z-Boys give Students ‘A Reading Place’ Lets Talk About Architecture and Public Art in Downtown…

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Recent Events

Several hundred people joined Art Spaces in front of City Hall on September 6, 2017, for a public picnic as a part of Turn to the River.  Four food trucks and two musical groups enlivened the space and information about concepts for the space were shared by Art Spaces.  It was unanimous – we should…

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