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Welcome to the Brown County Art Gallery

Brown County Art Gallery Update: After consultation with our two physician board members and others, the Gallery Foundation Board has decided that the Brown County Art Gallery will remain closed until June 24th at which time conditions will be reevaluated. The benefits of opening vs the risk to our visitors and staff were simply not enough.

In addition, a comprehensive plan has been developed for when we open, to assure that visitors and staff will be as safe as possible. We will be assembling the necessary supplies and equipment to be in place for the long term. Procedures will include regular deep cleanings, daily wipe downs and hand sanitizers placed throughout. Visitors and staff will be required to wear masks and maintain social distancing. We have a large building but the number of visitors allowed inside will be closely monitored.

In the meantime, our Online Store continues to add more items and we will soon be putting some fun videos on our Facebook Page and Website. We miss seeing people enjoying our beautiful Gallery, but we want you return under the safest circumstances possible.

Lyn Letsinger-Miller
Brown County Art Gallery Foundation

CLICK HERE to view the store. This is a wonderful way to view the art and artists and buy online. We continue to add more items on a regular basis.  

 

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2020 DONOR CAMPAIGN

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2020 and looking towards the future, donations are always welcome. Please contact us at the Gallery for additional ways to donate and designate gifts. We are grateful for your gifts and will always spend your dollars wisely. 

Read more on how you can protect the future of the Brown County Art Gallery....

Visit our website and Facebook page for regular updates. Open daily, always free admission and plenty of free parking. Thank you for your continuing support!

A historical look at Nashville, Indiana's famous photographer, Frank Hohenberger and the images he documented of the people and places in Brown County in the early days.