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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.
In “Painted Portraits: City/Self”, on display August 10-October 20, artists Ashley Brossart, Carlos Gamez de Francisco, Sarah LaBarge, and Thaniel Ion Lee each explore portraiture, of self or of surroundings. Hand-carved dioramas, multimedia Underground Railroad exhibit, and Lucy Higgs Nichols exhibit are on permanent display.
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