Art, music part of downtown ArtsFest June 25 | Local News


The 41|40 Arts & Cultural District will host a downtown Terre Haute art pageant June 25.

The Sixth Avenue ArtsFest will take place on Sixth Avenue from Wabash Avenue to Cherry Street. The no cost party is open up to the community and will characteristic far more than 20 regional artists who will set up in the artist village, promoting their work such as jewellery, metalwork, textiles, watercolors, oil paintings, images and much more. A total listing of artists can be discovered at

Sullivan County artist Curt Buethe will set up his pottery wheel and deliver a arms-on knowledge for attendees.

A stage, sponsored by Joink, will be found at Sixth and Cherry streets. Performances will start out at 11 a.m. with JazzHaute. At midday, two region theater performances will get location. The Local community Theatre of Terre Haute’s forged of Shrek the Musical will perform, and the Maple Avenue United Methodist Church will consider to the phase with a range from Newsies. “Rhythm/Art” will perform at 1 p.m. Following at 2 p.m. will be Indiana Condition University Neighborhood Faculty of the Arts teacher Wacey Robertson with a drumming circle, which will include viewers participation. To celebrate International Beatles Day, “Fab-Far too — A Beatles Tribute will be on phase at 3 p.m. A Terre Haute-based band, Easy Avenue, will comply with at 4 p.m. Closing out the night time will be contemporary pop folks band Echo Park.

The pageant will also incorporate a children’s place by ISU Neighborhood Engagement with activities from Swope Art Museum, ISU Local community School of the Arts, Vigo County Community Library and the Terre Haute Kid’s Museum.

An info tent will be set up at the Wabash Avenue entrance of the event to provide news from organizations found in the Arts & Cultural District. Picnic tables will be established up for have-out food items orders. Seating will also be readily available about the stage.

For additional facts and updates, verify the 41|40 Arts & Cultural District’s Facebook site.


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