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No Digital Weekend
a digital detox event

New Harmony, Indiana 402 North St, New Harmony, IN

A little time away from the computer, internet, email, Facebook, Twitter, video games, and other bright flashy things are needed from time to time. Your eyes and your brain deserve a break. Not to mention your entire body. When we think about how much technology we use every day and how much it controls our […]

Water/Ways Opening Reception

Atheneum 401 N. Arthur Street, New Harmony, IN

Join us as we celebrate the Smithsonian in New Harmony! A ribbon cutting ceremony will occur at 10 a.m. with a reception and light refreshments to follow. Water/Ways will be on exhibit October 2-November 14 at the Atheneum. For more information on this exhibit, please visit USI.edu/waterways. Water/Ways has been made possible in Indiana by Indiana […]

Mussels: A Shell of Indiana’s Rivers

Atheneum Visitor's Center 401 N. Arthur St., New Harmony, IN

The past, present and future of Indiana’s water can be told through our 75-plus species of freshwater mussels, which places Indiana in the top ten of U.S. states for mussel diversity. From Native American use to Indiana’s thriving pearl button industry to the cultured pearl trade, Indiana’s freshwater mussels and bountiful rivers have sustained life and livelihoods. As filter […]

Wonderful Wabash with Smithsonian traveling exhibition, Water/Ways

New Harmony, Indiana 402 North St, New Harmony, IN

The 7th Annual Wonderful Wabash is taking a new route this year! Join us on Saturday, October 23rd for the 7th annual Wonderful Wabash Canoe Event. This year we are partnering with Historic New Harmony and USI to feature the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street exhibition Water/Ways. The route will start at the boat launch […]

$10

Along the Wabash with Susanne Schwibs

Atheneum 401 N. Arthur Street, New Harmony, IN

Behold the beauty of Indiana's most famous and historic river! Journey back in time to when the lands around the Wabash River were America's Western frontier - a world as wild as it was beautiful. Meet the people and places that make up the river's rich history. Produced for Indiana's Bicentennial celebration in 2016, this […]

Robert Owen’s Impact and Legacy in Nineteenth-Century France

New Harmony, Indiana 402 North St, New Harmony, IN

Robert Owen influenced well beyond his native Great Britain. France is a logical place to look for Owen’s influence because it was the home of like-minded reformers and social innovators, who, like Owen himself, famously were labeled by Karl Marx as “utopian socialists.” Many also struggled with ways to answer the century’s Social Question: how […]

Women Who Shaped New Harmony
Tram Tour

Atheneum Visitor's Center 401 N. Arthur St., New Harmony, IN

USI and Historic New Harmony are offering a Women's History tour -- "The Women Who Shaped New Harmony." It is a tram tour that will begin from the Atheneum Visitor's Center at 10 am on Saturday, March 12th and will last around one hour. The maximum number of participants is 16.

$10

Waterways Film Tour – Historic New Harmony Atheneum

Atheneum Visitor's Center 401 N. Arthur St., New Harmony, IN

We invite you to come enjoy a selection of original short films about Indiana waterways created by six Hoosier filmmakers! ABOUT THIS EVENT Indiana Humanities is hosting a 9-city film tour featuring six short documentary films about Indiana's waterways. These films, developed in conjunction with Indiana Humanities' environmental humanities theme, Unearthed, tell stories from across […]

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Concert: New Traditions Diversity Series

Atheneum Visitor's Center 401 N. Arthur St., New Harmony, IN

The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra continues the New Traditions Diversity Series in April with a concert at the New Harmony Atheneum located at 401 Arthur St, New Harmony, IN 47631, on Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m. Members of the Eykamp String Quartet (Jia-Rong Gan, violin; Michael Chu, violin; Mark Hatlestad, viola; & Graham Cullen, cello) […]

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Heritage Artisan Days

Historic New Harmony invites schoolchildren to New Harmony, Indiana virtually to experience what life was like in the 1800s through the eyes of a variety of period artisans.  This year we welcome back artisans who specialize in paper marbling, broom making and blacksmithing, to name just a few. Learn more & register. Each day, we will bring […]

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