One of the biggest gripes people from Evansville have is that there's nothing to do. As a native myself, I've certainly said that a time or ten. Maybe it's because we're too "inside the box." Meaning we can't step back and see what our city has to offer because we're too close. We're here …
LEGOs have come a long way since they were invented in 1932. No longer are they simply small, plastic bricks for kids to build rectangular cars that would never be practical in the real world, they've become part of pop culture as the basis for countless video games, and one of the best movies ever.…
This May, the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science will host an Artist-In-Residence with master artist Robert Mars. During this time, guests and aspiring artists will have the chance to meet and speak with Mr. Mars.
Everyone loves LEGOS...right? Of course they do (unless you step on one barefoot in the middle of the night). This weekend, come see LEGOS put to amazing use at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science.
The Navy's Blue Angels will no doubt be the biggest attraction in Evansville this summer, and finding a good spot to view the show might be a challenge. You can guarantee one of the best seats in the house with "Flight at the Evansville Museum."
The Summer's End Celebration will be a progressive party held at the Evansville Museum this Friday evening, September 12th. The celebration will move through the galleries and will end in the Museum's sculpture garden facing the Ohio River.
"Bottled and Kegged: A Toast to Evansville's Breweries" Exhibit is being opened by the Evansville Museum and will highlight the rich brewing history that is a part of Evansville's past and present.