Opera House Gallery of Contemporary Art

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NOV. 1-3, 2019

A fine art show featuring works by Indiana artists to include:

  • Ceramics
  • Sculpture
  • Jewelry
  • Paintings
  • Printmaking
  • Glass
  • Photography
  • Woodworking
  • Textiles
  • And more!

Become a Purchase Award Sponsor by pledging to purchase $50 or more during the show.  You'll gain access to the show before it opens to the public and enjoy a private reception with the artists on Friday evening.  Fill out the form below to become one now OR call us at (765) 201-7029.

The Art Show will be open to the public during the following times:

     Nov. 1st:  7 - 8:30 PM

     Nov. 2nd:  11 AM - 7:30 PM

     Nov. 3rd:  11 AM - 3 PM

To enhance the artistic experience, there will be live music by Mike Almon in the Delphi Opera House Lobby on Saturday, Nov. 2nd, from 1:30 PM to 3 PM, and on Sunday afternoon, at 2 PM, David Matlack, a Bloomington storyteller, will present a grand history of the Delphi Opera House with his tale "The Oracle of Delphi."  CLICK HERE for ticket information for David Matlack's event.  


Lesley Ackman, Dan Annarino, Dave Barnett, Rena Brouwer, Larry Clark, Rosa Marie Dies, Mary Firestone, Richard Gorden, Carol Goul, Jim Harper, Allen Hutton, Michael Jack, Gail Johnston, Cheryl Kaldahl, Susan Kline, Jeff Klinker, Terry Lacy, Alan McConnell, Beth McCord, Evie McCord, Kate Orr, Sharon Owens, Donna Provo-Leuck, Lauren Reiner, Patricia Rhoden Bartels, Linda Rowland, Eric Schoch, Jane Sellers, Curt Stanfield, Ernie Todd, Mary Van Soest, Deborah Waymire, and Bonnie Zimmer.

Sponsored by Delphi Opera House and Opera House Gallery.


Register to become a Purchase Award Sponsor

Thank you for registering as a Purchase Award Sponsor!

Please join us on Friday, Nov. 1st, for a private artist/patron reception from 5:30 PM to 7 PM. During this time, you'll be able to view the show and make any of your art purchases before the show is open to the general public.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give us a call at (765) 201-7029.

Thank you for supporting the arts!
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