Programming

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Architecture summer camp open for registration

Spots are still available for our three-day ArchiCamp, held in partnership with Indiana Landmarks. The June 20-22 program is open to students ages 8-12. ArchiCamp uses historic architecture to educate and excite children about local history and instills stewardship and responsibility for our cultural heritage. During the three-day camp, students […]

Carol Wallace talk – Video

Carol Wallace, Lew Wallace’s great-great-granddaughter, visited Crawfordsville on September 8. She drew a record crowd for her discussion of Ben-Hur and growing up with the Wallace family legacy of writing. Carol graciously allowed us to broadcast her talk on Facebook Live, and we are posting the video here for future […]

Seeking Young Architecture Enthusiasts

On June 21-22, we will again host ArchiCamp in partnership with Indiana Landmarks. The two-day camp is open to students ages 8-12. ArchiCamp is an architecture-based camp that uses historic architecture to educate and excite children about local history and instills stewardship and responsibility for our cultural heritage. During the two-day […]

House of a Thousand Candles next Book Club Pick

The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum’s state bicentennial programming is getting underway with The House of a Thousand Candles! The Museum’s 2016 exhibit will discuss the Golden Age of Indiana Literature, which began with the publication of Lew Wallace’s Ben-Hur and went on to include prominent novelists such as […]