The 2019 exhibit “From Crawfordsville to Constantinople: Traveling with the Wallaces” opens at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 9 in the Carriage House Interpretive Center at the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum. The exhibit discusses the many locations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa the Wallaces visited. When […]
We are pleased to announce the completion of an extensive oil painting restoration project! In 2017, we successfully secured two grants for the restoration of oil paintings owned by the museum. A priority assessment was funded by the Indiana Historical Society and made possible by the Lilly Endowment, Inc. Using […]
Dr. Howard Miller, professor emeritus from the University of Texas at Austin, joined us for one more lecture in 2018. It’s possible that more adaptions of Ben-Hur have appeared in the past thirty years than in the previous eighty. And their variety and geographic reach are without precedent in the […]
Dr. Howard Miller gave an insightful and well-received lecture in the Carriage House last week. He graciously allows us to go live on Facebook, and we are now sharing the video here for your enjoyment.
Dr. Howard Miller joined us last night for a wonderful lecture on the Ben-Hur silent film. We broadcast the lecture on Facebook Live and also recorded it. We invite you to watch it here.