On Exhibit: Time Apart, Act for Wildlife,
and Atossa Rahmanifar
First Friday Reception: January 8, 6 to 8 pm
Time Apart featuring Various Tippecanoe County Artists
While the world has been under quarantine, many artists have used this time to reflect and create. Some have even used the pandemic as inspiration. Time Apart is a community-based art exhibition focusing on projects that were created during the Covid-19 pandemic, more specifically the quarantine and isolation period of March to October 2020. View various pieces of art from Tippecanoe County artists, including select written pieces from Quarantine Chronicles: Greater Lafayette Stories of Hope, Challenge & Resilience.

Image: Nurse Life by Lizzy Rainey
Act for Wildlife featuring Various K - 12 Artists
The Act for Wildlife Exhibition features artwork from K-12 students in the Greater Lafayette area. The majority of the artwork is two-dimensional and centered around the theme of endangered species. The goal of the exhibition is to inspire people and raise awareness for wildlife conservation through the power of creative minds. All the proceeds will be donated to the Almost Home Humane Society to help out animals that are in need.

Image: Painting by Vivian Shaw
Journey to Abstraction by Atossa Rahmanifar
This exhibition captures Rahmanifar's journey from representational paintings to contemporary landscape, and finally to abstract paintings over the past several years.

Rahmanifar's intention is to capture the essence of a place and the feelings tied to it, a place where reality melts into imagination. She likes to bring out the duality in the mood, the contrasting emotions, the enigma behind the surface, and leave room for interpretation.

Image: Silence is Broken by Atossa Rahmanifar
Gallery Hours
Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
Thank you to Duke Energy for sponsoring the 2021 First Friday Receptions!
About the Tippecanoe Arts Federation
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation is the umbrella organization and arts council for 14 counties. TAF provides educational opportunities in the visual, performing, and literary arts, outreach programs for both underserved and at-risk youth, and funding for capital and operational expenses to fellow arts organizations region wide. Established in 1976, the Tippecanoe Arts Federation serves as a model for arts advocacy by promoting the role of the arts within our region. More information is available at TippecanoeArts.org.