Did you know that Brown County is one of America’s original art colonies? Did you know it’s also home to one of the oldest art galleries in the nation? That’s right, around here art is more than just something to admire, it’s a way of life…and it always has been!
Dubbed the “Art Colony of the Midwest,” Brown County has deep artistic roots, stretching all the way back to the late 1800s! A long-standing haven for the arts, it’s still living up to the title today.
That’s exactly why this September Brown County will celebrate its historic past during the 4th annual Art Colony Weekend, September 7-9.
From new shops filled with unique finds to new restaurants with must-try menu items, Brown County has some fresh new faces and places you have got to check out! Over the past few months, we’ve had several new businesses pop up just in time for summer. We can’t think of a better way to spend a summertime weekend than strolling the Village or sightseeing the county while you discover our new gems…be sure to add a meal at one of our new eateries while you’re at it!
“Stape,” as he is known to his friends and many followers on his blog, claims his life is painting and sleep. He follows a strict regimen: up at 5 a.m., paint outdoors, paint indoors, and to bed at 9 p.m.
Stapleton Kearns, A New England landscape painter, will be judging several hundred pictures for the Indiana Heritage Arts 40th Annual Exhibition and Sale. The exhibition opens Saturday, June 9 for a 21-day run at the Brown County Art Gallery, 1 Artist Drive, Nashville. Continue reading
Treat your taste buds to some of Brown County’s best beverages on a Sippin’ Trip tour! From mouthwatering moonshine and scrumptious craft beer to smooth spirits and fine wine, you’ll get to experience Brown County’s diverse artisan wineries, breweries, and distilleries…one sip at a time.