Fence Mural Project

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The 41|40 Construction Fence Mural Project was a project to enliven downtown Terre Haute for pedestrians and motorists throughout the major construction phase of the new Terre Haute Convention Center. On behalf of the 41|40 Arts and Cultural District Advisory Board, Art Spaces, Inc. is pleased to announce that seven artists have been selected to provide artwork for murals to be installed in Terre Haute’s downtown later this year. The opportunity was open to artists 18 years or older living, working or attending school in Clay, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion or Vigo Counties. Hayley Bean, Lynne Dunavant, Becky Hochhalter, Korinne Lee, Lacey Lewis, Jim Shepard, and Regin Zerwig were selected based on their past works and concepts they presented for this project, by a panel that included professional artists, designers, downtown business owners, a city government representative and members of the 41|40 Arts and Cultural District Advisory Board. The artists created original artworks based on the theme What Do You Love Now About Terre Haute? The works were photographically reproduced and printed on windscreen fabric that is durable outdoors. The completed murals are currently installed on construction fencing along Wabash Avenue adjacent to the site of the convention center underway in downtown Terre Haute. Click here to view the murals!

Fall Harvest Dinner


Fall Harvest Dinner hosted by Joe Everhart and Ken Ramsey at their country home in southern Vigo County in support of Art Spaces, Inc.

Art Chatter 2020 – Rae Senarighi

Rae Senarighi Art Chatter 2020

Wisconsin-based artist Rae Senarighi presented for the Art Spaces series ART CHATTER, held at the Terre Haute Brewing Company on the evening of March 11.
Rae discussed his own journey in art, which has ranged from technical medical illustrations, abstract works and his now current series “Transcend,” which includes very colorful and large-scale portraits that aim to help unravel oppression and generate respect for the transgender community.

It Was a Very Good Year 2019

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Art Spaces celebrated a fantastic year with a silent auction followed by a four course meal and paired wine samplings at It Was a Very Good Year! A Taste of Wines with Dinner. Thank you to our presenting sponsor First Financial Bank.

Our River – Our Future Dedication 

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Artist Deedee Morrison spoke at the dedication of the sculpture on the campus of Indiana State University at the updated College of Health and Human Services building.

Dreiser – Shadows of Meaning dedication

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Russel Rock, sculpture’s artist and Mary Kramer, Art Spaces’ Executive Director spoke at the dedication of the sculpture at Vigo County Public Library honoring local author Theodore Dreiser.

2019 Spring Luncheon “The Day the World Came to Town”

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Art Spaces’ annual spring luncheon, “The Day the World Came to Town” was held Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 12:00 Noon at the Country Club of Terre Haute. When U.S.A airspace was shut down after the tragic events of September 11, 2001, residents of Gander, Newfoundland (population approximately 10,000) opened their hearts and homes to 6,700 stranded strangers. Join Art Spaces for an elegant spring luncheon featuring Mark Bennett’s commentary on journalist Jim Defede’s book The Day the World Came to Town, a story of generosity, goodwill and extraordinary kindness. Mark Bennett writes columns, features and editorials for the Tribune-Star and is the author of the book 500 Miles of Wabash. Thank you to our Event Sponsor Terre Haute Savings Bank.

NEIGHBORS Outdoor Living Room

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Artist Matthew Mazzotta hosted an outdoor living room at Herz Rose Park, inviting the Ryves Neighborhood to share their opinions on the current project NEIGHBORS.

June 2018 Picnic at the Plaza

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Several hundred people joined Art Spaces in front of Terre Haute City Hall for the second “Picnic at the Plaza” on June 1st.  Food vendors Sati Babi, Twisted Fry, Tot Stop and Bobby Ques offered foods and beverages and live music was provided by Brent McPike and Solly Burton and Ross David. Participants also conversed with members of the Art Spaces Turn to the River Committee and members of Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group. Click here to learn more about Turn to the River