2024 Exhibition Calendar

Greg Kuharic: Bethel Pike Legatee

Enjoy the stunningly strange work of Bethel Pike Pottery’s first apprentice, Greg Kuharic. Featuring additional works by Greg’s mentors, and Bethel Pike’s founders, Alan Patrick & John Peterson.

The Opening Reception:
Thursday, June 13, 2024, 6PM – 8PM

The Art Workshop:
Thursday, July 11, 2024, 10AM – 12PM

The Lunch-&-Learn:
Tuesday, July 23, 11:30AM – 1PM

The Exhibition:
June 14 – August 17, 2024

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The Hoosier Salon: The Early Years

Please join us in celebrating 100 years of excellence.

The Opening Reception:
Thursday, May 2, 2024, 6PM-8PM

The Exhibition:
May 2 - August 17, 2024

Upcoming Events

Summer STEAM Camp

In collaboration with the Wonderland Education Experiential Learning Center, the Haan Museum of Indiana Art is pleased to present an activity-packed summer STEAM camp for children who have completed grades 4, 5, or 6. This camp provides a fantastic opportunity to explore STEAM subject areas on the grounds of a historic mansion museum.

June 17 – 21, 8:30am – Noon

A Tea-Lightful Time

Join us for a tea party filled with elegance, conversation, small bites, and custom blended teas by Te’Aqua. 

Sunday, June 23, 2024, 2PM – 4PM

Past Exhibitions


Generations Fine Art Exhibition and Sale

Unexpected Indiana: Off the Beaten Path


Generations Fine Art Exhibition and Sale

Marvelous Marvin Bartel ceramics

Hoosier Women Artists: Trailblazers and Beyond


Celebrating Black Culture: Featuring Works by Bing Davis and Peter Rujuwa

Generations Fine Art Exhibition and Sale

Hilary Eddy: Magical Realism. Featuring works from The Dorothy Murphy Collection in memory of Patrice and Michael

Indiana Realities: Regionalist Painters, 1930-1945


Tuck Langland: Egypt Revisited

The Art of Teapots


On the Shoulders of Ancestors: The Art of Willis Bing Davis (Virtual Exhibition)

Retro in Clay: Mid Century-Ceramics


Indiana's Grand Art Tradition: Hoosier Art Shines On

Karl Martz and the Legacy of Indiana University Ceramics

St. Louis World Fair