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Friday, Nov. 21, 2014
The Promise
Posted Tuesday, October 7, at 10:16 AM
I said goodbye today to my friend Ruby. Even God was crying as the rain hit my cheek and mingled with my own tears as I went to see her one last time. Ruby was one exceptional human being that overcame so much in her earlier life to become a doctor in psychology and forensic science, held a masters in nursing which she used to teach others to be nurses and was a founding board member of the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center...

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Carnegie to Host Open Art Show at Fall Arts Festival this Saturday
Posted Thursday, September 18, at 9:05 AM

Eat a great breakfast, buy a handmade item, play a few games and be sure to take in the Fall Open Art Show at the Carnegie! The Open Art Show is open to any area artist that wishes to display their work giving a great opportunity to promote the area artists...

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LEGO "Creator's" Exhibition Opens July 26
Posted Thursday, July 24, at 7:10 AM

No, you can't miss it! The giant yellow LEGO does make you look. LEGO creations of all age groups will be on display beginning July 26th through August 23rd in the North East Gallery at the Carnegie. Following a very successful LEGO workshop held last Saturday, several LEGO creations were put together and entered into this first local LEGO exhibition...

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LEGO Workshop and Exhibition at the Carnegie
Posted Monday, July 14, at 6:20 PM

Calling all LEGO lovers!! Now is the time to break out the LEGOS and start creating! "Everything is Awesome!" LEGO Workshop will be held Saturday, July 19 from 1-2 p.m. at the Carnegie. The workshop is presented by Alex Taylor and features an interactive LEGO mosaic build by the students, LEGO history, ideas and information. Each participant will receive a free bag of LEGO bricks...

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"Reframing America" Photography by Jay Reed on Exhibit at Carnegie
Posted Monday, June 30, at 2:07 PM

Locals will have an opportunity this coming week to view the collective work of returning native Jay Reed. The photography exhibit "Reframing America" highlighting different landscapes from all over North America will be available for viewing from Wednesday, July 2 through Saturday, July 5 in the Northeast Gallery at the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center at 110 East Vincennes Street in Linton, Indiana...

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"You'll Like Linton's Gardens" Garden Walk and Art Show
Posted Tuesday, June 17, at 8:02 AM

"You'll Like Linton's Gardens" Garden Walk and Art show will be held this Saturday, June 21st from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. with a reception and art show kicking of the garden walk at the Carnegie. Tickets ($10; under 12 free) for the walk will be available at the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center at 110 East Vincennes Street in Linton, IN the day of the tour...

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Puckett has left his mark on many students
Posted Tuesday, May 13, at 11:44 AM

When I started writing this blog I wanted to highlight how we as humans "touch" life, as well as individual lives themselves and change them from what they were into something very different when we take our hands away. I attended a retirement reception this past Saturday night held for Mike Puckett, the band director at Linton-Stockton. What I felt throughout this special tribute to this man brought me to tears...

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Linton-Stockton High School Art Show 2014 opens Saturday
Posted Thursday, May 1, at 6:35 AM

Opening reception for the Linton-Stockton High School Art Show will be held this Saturday from 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm in the Southeast Gallery of the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center. Several art mediums are represented in this show such as textile weaving, plaster sculpture, wire and foil sculpture as well as conventional painting and sketching...

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Wyatt LeGrand Solo Show "Local Flavor" Opening at the Carnegie
Posted Wednesday, April 2, at 7:56 AM

The one-man show of Wyatt LeGrand will be opening Friday, April 4 and running through April 25 at the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center of Greene County located at 110 East Vincennes Street in Linton. Opening reception will be from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, April 4 with the first 20 visitors receiving a signed print from the artist...

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When it Comes to Love You Don't Count the Cost
Posted Wednesday, March 19, at 9:16 AM

The above is a title of a song I heard the morning of September 28th, 1991, the day after my father's sudden death. My mother was too ill to go, so I was in the bathroom trying to pull myself together to make the arrangements for my father's funeral...

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Wildlife Artist Trudy Calvert Opening at the Carnegie
Posted Friday, February 28, at 10:59 PM

Trudy Calvert of T-L-C Creations "Art from the Heart" is the featured wildlife artist in the Northeast Gallery at the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center now through March 28th. Opening reception is this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The opening is one of the featured venues held in conjunction with the Marsh Madness Festival...

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"Tools of the Trade" Exhibition at the Carnegie
Posted Tuesday, December 17, at 7:37 AM

For over 30 years Tony Kluesner has been creating by designing and building homes. Even though he holds a commercial art degree he had never ventured into the fine art of painting until the past year when his wife asked him to create on canvas using only a pallet knife and no brushes...

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Winter Open Show at the Carnegie
Posted Monday, November 11, at 7:56 AM

Calling all area artists! Gather up to three of your works for display in the Winter Open Show opening Nov. 16 and running through Dec. 14. Bring in your original art work (not shown before) to the Carnegie Wednesday, Nov. 13 or Thursday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m...

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"Eye of the Beholder" on Exhibit at the Carnegie
Posted Thursday, October 3, at 7:57 AM

"Everyone must leave something behind when he dies....something your hand touched in some way...it doesn't matter what you do, as long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that's like you after you take your hands away" ~ (Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury)...

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Carnegie to Showcase Annual Juried Art Show During Fall Arts Festival
Posted Wednesday, September 11, at 2:48 PM

The First Annual Juried Art Show will be showcased during the Linton Fall Arts Festival this Saturday 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. To be accepted into the show the works were juried by an outside professional artist and accepted for display. First Place/Best of Show Award went to Doug Roush, Second place to Shad Cox and third Place to Robin Myers. Each artist accepted into the show received a participant ribbon...

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Annual Carnegie Exhibition 2013 - Call for Juried Entries
Posted Monday, August 12, at 3:32 PM

The Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center is issuing a call for juried art entries for the 1st Annual Carnegie Exhibition. The show will run from August 24th through September 27th with opening reception held August 24th 5-8pm. All works must be original and produced by the submitting artist in the past year...

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Photography of Cheryl Helms and Pauline Dudley on Exhibit at Carnegie
Posted Tuesday, July 23, at 9:37 AM

The Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center is proud to showcase the photography of Cheryl Helms and Pauline Dudley in the Southeast Gallery, with opening reception Saturday, July 27 from noon to 4 p.m. The exhibit will run July 23 through August 16. "Today's Yesterday" is a series of images that reflect the past, its culture, history and craftsmanship of its people and their surroundings...

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Logan Wade Solo Show to be Featured at Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center
Posted Tuesday, June 25, at 10:23 AM

Local artist Logan Wade's show entitled "I Used to Dream with the Doors Unlocked" will be on exhibit in the southeast gallery at the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center of Greene County beginning June 25th through July 20th. Opening reception for this vibrant show will be Friday, June 28th from 5-8pm with refreshments and an opportunity to meet the artist in person...

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Porch Swing Promises
Posted Tuesday, June 18, at 3:43 PM

Gathering on the front porch has become a rare occurrence nowadays with so many other distractions we have in our busy electronic age. Many would rather flip a switch or push a button to interact socially anymore. Gone are the days of storytelling from grandpa and grandma sitting on the old wooden porch swing, sipping a glass of cold, cold ice tea, and feeling the cool breeze in your hair...

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The Non-Profit Spirit
Posted Wednesday, May 29, at 3:26 PM

The Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center of Greene County was founded almost 5 years ago by a group of selfless, hardworking individuals. Little did they know when asked to be on a non-profit board of directors that they would be a "working" board. The 100 year old Carnegie was in sad need of repairs and many long hours went into the restoration of this magnificent historic building...

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