The Carnegie Center for Art and History is a local history museum and contemporary art gallery. The Center offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy art works in a variety of media and to learn more about the process of creative expression through a range of exhibitions and programs for all ages.
As a fire engine enthusiast, Fred Conway collected and restored many different types of fire equipment. Fred's collection grew so much that he opened a museum called Vintage Fire Engines, Inc. on Mt. Tabor Road in New Albany in June 1999. By this time his collection was comprised of fourteen larger pieces that included hand-pulled pieces, horse-drawn pieces, and motorized vehicles. His collection included smaller items such as models, trumpe ...
The Scribner House is the oldest frame house in New Albany, Indiana and is owned and maintained by the Piankeshaw Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. A Victorian Tea & Open House occurs the first Sunday in December annually. This has become a tradition with the chapter. Tours by special appointment.
The mission of the Arts Council of Southern Indiana is to engage our community through the arts, play a role in ensuring that the arts enrich our lives, and to offer collaboration, encouragement and support to our cultural and artistic community while making certain the arts are integrated into our educational, social, and economic life.