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Welcome to the Brown County Art Gallery

The winter continues but the Gallery is a lovely place to see snow scenes on the wall instead of in your driveway. Be sure to view our Permanent Collection which is on full display.

Planning is underway for the Annual Victorian Tea on April 8 and the Mabel B. Annis Student Art Competition.

Mark your calendar for two exciting events...our first is opening May 5 called "Indiana Printmakers Get Their Due", featuring the Gallery's freshly restored etching collection, along with rare Vawter sketches and over 30 printmakers from across Indiana.

This fall, a special event celebrating Marty Krause's newest Baumann Project. "Gustave Baumann's Of A County Called Brown". This wonderful new book will premier at the Gallery along with an exhibit and a program. Put October 27 on your calendar!

We hope everyone stays warm, come for a visit, we are open 7 days a week, admission and parking are always free. 

2018 Annual Donor Campaign

We have officially launched our 2018 Annual Donor Campaign.

2017 brought a year focused on Brown County History, early potteries and basket makers, along with a celebration of important local landmarks. And thanks to a sponsorship from Sarah and John Lechleiter, as well as other donors, we were able to create a new one! Next year we will bring back our amazing tour of the Studios of Locust Lane, with some major additions. We are also working on a major exhibit of 18 rare Will Vawter sketches of Brown County folks created for the Riley books, along with the Foundation's newly restored print collection. Collector's Showcase 2018 explores the link between the Art Gallery and T.C Steele.

Support our events along with the annual Annis Student Art Competition, and our continuing work to preserve and upgrade our Permanent Collection. We remain debt free, continue to build our endowment and keep the admission to the Gallery free. Every dollar we receive will be carefully spent.

Click here to read more about the campaign and to donate online

Thank You for your support,
Lyn Letsinger-Miller
Brown County Art Gallery Foundation