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New Albany, IN 47150
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Contemporary art gallery, history museum and former Carnegie library featuring hand carved dioramas, an award-winning Underground Railroad exhibit, and an exhibit on Lucy Higgs Nichols, a woman who escaped slavery and served as a nurse with the 23rd Indiana Regiment during the Civil War.
The Louisville Area Fiber and Textile Artists Group Exhibition, through October 5, features work from this organization of local visual artists whose work encompasses various surface design and construction techniques. Hand-carved dioramas, multimedia Underground Railroad exhibit, and Lucy Higgs Nichols exhibit are on permanent display.
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