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Welcome to the Brown County Art Gallery

Brown County Art Gallery Update: We are open! 

We invite you to Brown County for all the beauty outside and inside our Gallery.

Socially connected...if you are not a Facebook user, you can now follow us on Instagram #bcartgallery and visit our website for current updates. CLICK HERE to view our online 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 including new consignment pieces.  


View the Fall Show during your visit to the Gallery or visit the gallery online - all paintings are available for purchase both online and in the gallery. 


"What I Did For Art"

As always, our Gallery continues to offer free admission, but our expenses are continuous. We are asking our followers to join a new movement called "What I Did For Art." It is a planned monthly contribution program to help the Gallery get through the pandemic and beyond. It is all online and easy to join, plus there are some great benefits!

Foundation President Lyn Letsinger-Miller  wants you to know "What She Did For Art" and "What Art Has Done For Her!" Watch the video...and then pledge your support for "What I Did For Art" by clicking the button below. 

BCAG Did for Art logo color 1button medium blue


The Gallery has State of Indiana recommended Covid-19 Protocols in place for visitors including a mask requirement and social distancing. We have paper masks available at the door for $1 and have some exclusively locally made cloth masks for sale as well.

Hand sanitizer use is required at the front door. The number of visitors will be monitored by staff but our 15,000 square foot building can accommodate our visitors with plenty of room. The gift shop is closed but we will have book samples in the lobby.

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The Brown County Art Gallery is 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.

October 24th, 2015 dedication for the new expansion of the Brown County Art Gallery featuring the Bob and Barbara Stevens Art Education studio addition..