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Stephen Cochran

Steve's a librarian, gardener, musician, and bookbinder with a long New Harmony association. He's a utopian communitarian, and though rural, considers New Harmony to be his community. He currently is one of three people coordinating the annual Antiquarian Book and Paper Show.

A Night of Banjo Heaven

My nephew Reuben picked up the banjo about a year ago and enthusiastically learned how to play “Dueling Banjos,” so he was beside himself with excitement when I told him that two of the most amazing banjoists now playing – Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn – will be performing live on ...

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Fine Artists and Live Music: May 2 & 3

Tom Wintczak, proprietor of Bee Tree Pottery, make’s original redware pottery so typical of the early nineteenth century ceramics produced by the Harmonists in New Harmony, that his production juried him into the 2014 Directory of Traditional American Crafts by Early American Life magazine. Kirsten Skiles, proprietress of K.Skiles Studio, ...

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Fling Yourself Into Spring!

Pallet Crafts

I am SO looking forward to New Harmony’s Spring Fling, happening on the weekend of the Vernal Equinox (March 21 and 22) in the historic Ribeyre Gym. There will be hand made crafts and homemade goodies, high-quality antiques and other collectibles, a veritable potpourri of locally made & repurposed arts ...

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