All-styles jam session at Sara's, 500 Church Street. Join the performers from the New Harmony Music Festival & School for a fun-filled, unscripted evening of music as they jam with each other.
Two free concerts on Thursday -- a pop-up concert over the lunch hour and an evening concert. Here are the details: 12:15 PM CDT Pop-Up Concert at New Harmony Soap Company, 512 Main St., New Harmony, IN. This concert features American folk singer and guitarist, Jefferson Hamer and friends. Jefferson Hamer has made a name […]
Two free concerts on Friday -- a pop-up concert over the lunch hour and an evening concert. Here are the details: 12:15 PM CDT Pop-Up Concert at the Working Men's Institute, 407 Tavern, New Harmony, IN. In this pop-up concert, there will be a Festival Solo Roundtable. Our festival artists will take a "music circle" […]
Two free concerts on Saturday -- a pop-up concert over the lunch hour and an evening concert. Here are the details: 12:15 PM CDT Pop-Up Concert at Black Lodge Coffee Roasters, 610 Church St., New Harmony, IN. Festival artists "mix and match" classical and traditional musics in this musical "throw down" as we warm up […]
The University of Southern Indiana’s Historic New Harmony Program will present Natural Dyes, Colorful Textiles, a workshop for senior learners (ages 55 and over) in August and September. This workshop will engage participants in creating a palette of naturally dyed yarns and fabrics using plants native to Indiana. Instructor Peggy Taylor of Loom Hall Textiles […]
Friends of the Working Men's Institute (FWMI) welcomes Ms. Dona Bone to our podium as part of our 2023 Lecture Series. Ms. Bone is on the Board of Directors for the Evansville P-47 Foundation. She is passionate about local history and her lecture is entitled: "The Five Historic Factories That Helped Build Evansville".
NATURAL DYES, COLORFUL TEXTILES IS A WORKSHOP THAT ENGAGES SENIOR LEARNERS (AGES 55+) IN CREATING A PALETTE OF NATURALLY DYED YARNS AND FABRICS USING PLANTS NATIVE TO INDIANA. INSTRUCTOR PEGGY TAYLOR OF LOOM HALL TEXTILES AND RAINTREE COTTAGE TEXTILE SCHOOL IN NEW HARMONY WILL INTRODUCE NATURAL DYES AS A TRADITIONAL FOLK-ART FORM AND WILL GUIDE […]
The third weekend in September is the time for New Harmony’s largest and most anticipated event of the year—Kunstfest! This celebration of German heritage and art is one of the biggest of its kind in Indiana. This year, Kunstfest will take place Saturday, September 16, 2023 and Sunday, September 17, 2023. What is Kunstfest? “Kunst” […]
Back by popular demand, we are hosting another spooky murder mystery party at Thrall’s Opera House! This year’s story is set in the wild west, and each attendee will receive a unique character to portray. Light refreshments will be provided. Recommended for ages 12+. The back story: Yesterday in Mitchido, Richard Woods – a wealthy […]
Historic New Harmony will be hosting a film screening and discussion of the new documentary, “Art for Science’s Sake: Stalking John James Audubon,” at the Atheneum Visitors Center on Saturday, November 11, 2023, at 10:00 am. This one-hour film explores the art and science of 19th century naturalist John James Audubon. Two University of Southern […]
Join author Michael Strezewski for The Harmonist Connection as he presents about Christoph Weber, Redware Potter of the Harmony Society, on Wednesday, November 15 at 6:00 p.m. CST/7:00 p.m. EST. The virtual presentation is in conjunction with Strezewski’s new book on the same subject. This event is free to the public. Christoph Weber was the […]