New Harmony receives grant for nine-month program


Courtesy: Historic New Harmony

NEW HARMONY, Ind. (WEHT) – A partnership of New Harmony non-profits will receive $20,000 to fund a program called, “Social Alchemy: Storytelling and Place.”

The program is a collaboration including Big Car Collaborative, the University of Southern Indiana/Historic New Harmony, the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art and the Workingmen’s Institute.

The program will examine the utopian experiments in New Harmony and the importance of social design and environment play in expressing a community’s values and ideals.

It will feature nine months of exhibitions, public talks, film screenings, and more.

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(This story was originally published on October 10, 2019)

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