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“Art for Science’s Sake: Stalking John James Audubon” Film Screening and Discussion

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

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 […]

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Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene Film Screening

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

Presented by Indiana Humanities, Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene is a meditative aerial film that illustrates our state as a microcosm of this new planetary epoch. It captures features of this global phenomenon within the boundaries of our state, collapsing the global into the local. This program is part of the Unearthed initiative, Indiana Humanities’ […]

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Traditional 4th of July Celebration

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

The Friends Of the Working Men’s Institute, Historic New Harmony and the Kiwanis Club proudly welcome Ms. Kimberly Davis Nightingale to be the 2023 July 4th Keynote Speaker. Ms. Nightingale was born in and attended school in New Harmony. She is a practicing attorney.

Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene Film Screening

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

Indiana humanities and historic new harmony have partnered to host a screening of the liminal film tour. Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene (54 minutes) is a meditative aerial film that illustrates our state as a microcosm of this new planetary epoch. Society is accelerating into the Anthropocene where our relationship with the Earth is one […]

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Event Series Heritage Artisans Days

Heritage Artisans Days

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

Join us April 12-14 in New Harmony to learn what life was like in Indiana in the early 1800’s. Students will experience 19th-century history through interaction with historic interpreters that present how their professions and roles were an integral part of sustaining this community during the early stages of New Harmony’s founding. To learn more […]

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