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Arts Intersect

April 2022 E-news

The Arts Federation


Fit Together - Sloan Marshall

Emerging Voices - Jefferson H.S. Fine Arts Students

Voices of Homelessness - LTHC

Opening Reception: April 1, 6 - 8 pm

Exhibitions On Display: April 1 - 29

TAP & GO Craft Beer Walk

April 9, 2 - 6 pm along Wabash Avenue

Drink beer and support the arts! TAP & GO is a beer-tasting walk celebrating regional craft brews. Follow the TAP & GO route along the Wabash Walls mural tour as you enjoy samples of craft beer from your favorite local breweries – all while supporting the arts in North Central Indiana! Learn More >>

Voices of Homelessness Gallery Talk

April 27, 6:30 pm at TAF

LTHC will lead a special presentation in conjunction with its Voices of Homelessness exhibit, exploring the themes of mental illness and substance use by individuals currently experiencing homelessness. Learn More >>

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Art Museum of Greater Lafayette

Exhibition on view through May 8, 2022

Sisters, Brothers, and Others Your Collection’s Connections

Exhibition on view through May 29, 2022

Friends and Family Art Exhibition by Wyatt LeGrand

Heart of Art 2022

April 22, 5:30 pm

Lafayette Country Club

Join the Art Museum for the 13th annual Heart of Art provided by Carroll Wine and Spirits! More Info >>

Friday Night Live ft. Ben Benford

April 29, 7 pm

Join the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette for an evening of Folk music featuring artist Ben Bedford. More Info >>

Watercolor Classes with Rebecca Brody

Series: Each Saturday of April, 11 am

Intermediate classes offered to the community to learn new techniques, improve and refresh existing skills! Most materials provided.

Athens Arts Gallery

Maxxed Out

April 1, 2022

A dynamic exhibition of mixed media paintings brimming with colors, patterns, and textures by artist Timothy Tyree. Read More >>

Black Cultural Center

Arts as Activism

April 19, 6:30 pm

Join the Black Cultural Center to learn about arts as activism with prominent poet and author Chantel Massey. More Info >>

MARKINGS: Special Exhibition by Julian Jones

On View Through May 17

More Info >>

Chapel Gallery

Fridays & Saturdays, 11 am - 5pm

Sundays, 1 - 5 pm

Chapel Gallery is a creative cooperative, offering a rotating display of works by regional artists. More info >>

Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette

The Mountaintop

March 31 - April 3

A gripping reimagination of events the night before the assassination of the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. More Info >>

Delphi Opera House

In The Limelight: Abbie VanSickle and Brian Lamb

April 5, 5:10 pm

Join the Delphi Opera House for the second event of their Legacy Series. This event will celebrate and promote the achievements of Brian Lamb, founder of C-SPAN, and Abbie VanSickle, Pulitzer Prize- winning journalist. More Info >>

Comedian Greg Warren: The Creamy and Crunchy Tour

April 22, 7:30 pm

National headlining comedian, Greg Warren, harkens back to his days peddling peanut butter, while tickling your funny bone on his 2022 "Creamy and Crunchy" tour. Read More >>

Delphi Public Library

Hola Amigos - Bilingual Storytime

April 2, 2:30 pm

Make Your Own Mini Book

April 4, 10 am

Kickoff National Library Week by making your very own mini book throughout the week, with kits and various available book covers to choose from starting April 4 (while supplies last). More Info >>

Poetry 'Zine

April 5

Celebrate National Poetry Month and help make a community 'zine. All ages are welcome. More Info >>

General Lew Wallace Study & Museum

THIS JUST IN: Recent Acquisitions at the Museum

Exhibition Now Open!

A lot of people may believe history museums stop adding to our collection once the time period we discuss ends. Lew Wallace died in 1905, after all, so nothing has changed about his life since then, right? More Info >>

American Battlefield Trust Park Day

April 2, 9 am

Activities will include leaf raking, mulching, preparing picnic area, sowing grass seed, stick collecting, interpretive sign production, painting, and grounds beautification. More Info >>

Hoosier Authors Book Club

April 7, 7 pm (Zoom Discussion)

Hoosier Authors Book Club will discuss Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here by Angela Palm. More info >>

Greater Lafayette Clay Guild

Clay Bowl Giving Project

April 21, 11 am

Greater Lafayette YWCA

Since 2001, local area potters have dedicated their time and talents to contribute to the Greater Lafayette YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention & Prevention Program. Join staff for lunch and picking out a unique bowl to take home. More Info >>

Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Committee

The Art Cured Me!

April 7, 7 pm (Zoom)

Join Tibor Spitz, Holocaust survivor and celebrated artist, as now tells his

fascinating story of survival and the healing power of art. More info >>

And A Child Shall Lead

April 20, 7 pm

McCutcheon High School

A GLHRC event presented by McCutcheon student and director, Stella

Shafer, and free to the public. The play remembers the children of Terezin and how the arts sustained them their experiences of deprivations and imprisonments during the Holocaust.

The Haan Museum of Indiana Art

Celebrating Black Culture:

Featuring Works by Bing Davis and Peter Rujuwa

Exhibition on view through April 2

Generations: Fine Art Sale & Exhibition

April 30 - May 29

Immersion into the best of historic and contemporary art through the Haan Museum's opening night sale event. Read More >>

Self-Guided Tours

Wednesdays - Saturdays, 1- 4 pm

Explore the Haan Museum of Indiana Art and learn about the rich history of the Museum that was once a part of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. You’ll see amazing Hoosier paintings, unique ceramics, and eccentric sculptures, all while being surrounded by ornate American furniture. Read More >>

Johnson Rags Dance Club

April Ballroom Dance

April 9, 7:30pm

Wells Community Cultural Center

Monthly ballroom dance of the Johnson Rags Dance Club. Read More >>

Kokomo Civic Theater

Little Women the Musical

April 22 - 24, 9:10 pm

Musical based on Louisa May Alcott's classic book.

Purchase Tickets>>

Lafayette Symphony Orchestra


April 2, 7:30 pm

Long Center

Experience composers and works that broke down barriers to change the orchestra world forever. Read More >>

The B-Side Track 5: April in Paris

April 21, 7:30 pm

Rat Pak Venue

Be transported to a Parisian nightclub through the musical stylings of Principal Harp, Melissa Grant's trio featuring percussion, brass, and both concert and electro harps. Read More >>

Lafayette Writers' Studio

The Art of Telling

April 14, 7 pm


In this workshop, attendees will look at different types of telling and how they open doors to the multitude of possibility beyond the moment. Read More >>

Long Center

My Name is Not Mom

April 3, 2022, 7 pm

Purdue Bands & Orchestras

April 16, 8 pm

Purduettes Spring Spectacular

April 23, 7:30 pm

PMO Spring Show

April 24, 4 pm

Celebrating a Century of the Long Center

April 30, 7:30 pm

Tickets & More Info >>

Prairie Arts Council

29th Regional School Art Show: Middle School

Gallery Openings: April 1, 12 pm & April 3, 2 pm

Lillian Fendig Gallery

The School Shows offer the community to student artists from schools in Newton and Jasper county regions. Read More >>

Prairie Arts Council Annual Member Show

April 19, 12 pm

Lillian Fendig Gallery

Giving artists a chance to showcase and Prairie Arts Council artists, from emerging work to mature media, it is an annual opportunity to view exhibitions of original art! Read More >>

Purdue Convocations


April 7, 7:30 pm

Elliot Hall of Music

Jersey Boys

April 19, 7:30 pm

Elliot Hall of Music

Silkroad Presents: Home Within

April 9, 8 pm

Loeb Playhouse

Tabea Debus

April 2, 8:00 pm

Duncan Hall


April 21, 7:30 pm

Elliot Hall of Music

Kaleta & Super Yamba Band

April 28, 7:30 pm

Purdue Memorial Union Ballrooms

Tickets & More Info >>

Purdue Theatre

Men On Boats

April 14, 7: 30 pm

Nancy T. Hansen Theatre

Men on Boats is the true (ish) history of the 1869 expedition when a crew sets to chart the Colorado River, complete with a re-casting of previous all male

characters to include non-binary and women individuals, it shifts a predisposition of cultural norm and assumptions. More Info >>

Tippecanoe County

Public Library

April Events


Storytime Live! (on Facebook)

Mondays at 5:30 pm

Fun Connections with a Literary Twist

@ Downtown Branch

Tuesdays, 3:30 pm


@ Downtown Branch

Tuesdays, 3 pm

Lapsit Storytime

@ Downtown Branch

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:30 am

Toddler Storytime

@ Downtown Branch

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

at 10:15 am

Pre-School Storytime

@ Downtown Branch

Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 11 am

Stories Under the Sculpture

@ Downtown Branch

Saturdays at 10:30 am

Mother Goose Time Express

@ Klondike Branch

Wednesdays at 10:15 am & 10: 45 am

Nursery Rhyme Time

@ Downtown Branch

Wednesdays, 6:30 pm

Family Storytime

@ Wea Prairie Branch

April 12 & 26, 6:30 pm

Family Storytime

@ Wyandotte Branch

Thursdays at 6:30 pm

Fridays at 11 am

See Full TCPL Calendar Here>>

Unicorn Dance Party

April 9, 2 pm

@ Downtown Branch

Family Fun Night:

Blanket Fort Night

April 12, 6:30 pm

@ Wyandotte Branch

National Library Week:

Blackout Poetry

April 16, 2 pm

@ Klondike Branch

Poetry Cafe

April 23, 4 pm

@ Downtown Branch

Bad Art Party

April 26, 4:30 pm

@Wyandotte Branch


Dungeons & Dragons

@ Klondike Branch

April 12, 4:30 pm

Fantasy and Sci-Fi Book Group

@ Wyandotte Branch

April 19, 6:30 pm


Fantasy & Sci-Fi Book Group

@ Wyandotte Branch

April 19, 6:30 pm

Eclectic Book Group

@ Downtown Branch

April 21, 10 am

Murder By the Book

@ Wyandotte Branch

April 27, 10:15 am

Tipton County Public Library

Children's Art Show

April 1, 9:30 am

Stop in and check out artwork created by talented youth in grades K-5 throughout the month of April! All work is from surrounding area Tipton county schools. More Info>>

West Lafayette Public Library

April Events

Science Saturday

April 2, 2 pm

Spring Crafts: Creative Kiddos

April 5, 4 pm

Music & Fun

April 6, 4 pm

Margerum City Hall

LEGO STEAM Challenge

April 7, 4 pm

Memory Lane Board Game

April 30, 2 pm

See Full WLPL Calendar Here>>

Wolf Park

Wolf Park Celebrates 50th Birthday!

April 23, 3:30 pm

Join Wolf Park for a special day of celebration of 50 years, including food trucks, music, guided tours, new exhibits, and a dedication ceremony!

More info >>

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