Discover what's Behind the Seen, January 24-25, 2014

For many years, artistic exploration has been a focus of Rauch's programming for people with disabilities. Beginning with A Place to Create downtown New Albany and now operating as The Studio at Fairmont Neighborhood Center, a division of our Adult Developmental Activities program, our talented staff have guided program participants in a variety of activities. As a result, these individuals have discovered a creative outlet, new ways of expression, and a sense of pride and accomplishment.

In partnership with Central Christian Church, Rauch is pleased to present a public display of artwork from The Studio on January 24 and 25. Paintings, assemblages, and prints (see below for prints that will be available for purchase) will showcase the many talents of the artists with disabilities participating in the program. Please join us for the opportunity to view, celebrate, and purchase these treasures. All are welcome.

Opening Reception: January 24 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Open House: January 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Central Christian Church
Activities & Programs Building
1403 E. Spring St.
New Albany, IN 47150

For more information, please contact Sandy Braunbeck at (812) 945-4063 or

A special thank you to Central Christian for reaching out to Rauch to partner with us in celebrating the talents of our program participants. We are very grateful for their support of Rauch and those we serve.

Make an evening of it! The Carnegie Center for Art & History (down the street at 201 E. Spring St.) has an opening reception for The Potential in Everything (Albertus Gorman and R. Michael Wimmer) January 24 from 6-8 p.m. 

The following prints will be available for purchase: