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Please join us for a special gala honoring Stan and Sandy Hurt. Enjoy cocktails and dinner and hear from President and CEO John Vanausdall and other community leaders, recognizing the extraordinary life of the Hurts and their generous contributions to the Eiteljorg Museum and the Central Indiana community.

Event Schedule:

6-6:45 p.m. – Enjoy a cocktail hour in Eagle Commons
6:45 p.m. – Dinner in Clowes Sculpture Court
Open bar throughout the evening
7:45-9 p.m. – Remarks by President and CEO John Vanausdall and other community leaders, recognizing the extraordinary life of the Hurts and their generous contributions to the Eiteljorg Museum and the Central Indiana community.

Complimentary parking is available in the White River State Park parking garage.
Join us as we celebrate the nationally renowned 2019 Contemporary Art Fellowship and the compelling work of five
powerful Native artists.
Friday Nov.15th

Contemporary Arts Party:
Party with the Fellows

7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

• Enjoy a silent dance party featuring DJ Gabby Love and DJ Big Baby
• Create your own art in creative activities led by staff members from Big Car Collaborative
• Enjoy snacks and a cash bar throughout the night
Join us as we celebrate the nationally renowned 2019 Contemporary Art Fellowship and the compelling work of five
powerful Native artists.

Friday Nov.15
Fellowship Celebration:
Meet the Fellows

5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

An intimate celebration of the 2019 Eiteljorg Fellows and the official opening of the Fellowship exhibition. Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.

please select "Meet & Party with the Fellows" for complimentary admission to the Contemporary Arts party.
To Native People, the drum is known at "the heartbeat of Mother Earth" and is a healing tool for feeling centered and balanced. Please join Tony Showa (Navajo) for a drum making workshop at the Eiteljorg Museum on Saturday, Nov. 30th. Showa will share teachings through Native American stories and songs, while leading you through the process of making your own Native American hand drum. Pre-registration required by Saturday, Nov 23rd.

Supplies needed: Please bring a medium size towel and needle nose pliers.

Supplies provided: The museum will provide scissors and sharpie markers.