Five Events to Look Forward to in February

As January comes to a close, it’s time to start looking ahead to next month. Are you ready to see what February has in store? Keep reading to learn about our top 5 February events.

1. I Think I Made You Up Inside My Head

I Think I Made You Up Inside My Head, a two-person exhibition featuring the work of Alison A. Smith and Tracy Longley-Cook, two artists working in the directorial, or constructed image form of photography. Alison A. Smith’s still life imagery, reminiscent of vanitas painting, hints at desperation and catharsis. In the work of Tracy Longley-Cook, the Jungian archetypes of books and eggs are transformed by the ritualistic performance of the anonymous figure.

The exhibit closes on February 3rd.

2. Ballet Magnificat

The First Baptist Church of Vincennes is happy to announce the return of Ballet Magnificat! to the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Feb 5 at 6pm! They will be performing “The Hiding Place”, the story of Corrie Ten Boom. For ticketing information, click HERE.

3. Clown of God

The Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy explores Red Skelton’s relationship with his faith this month in a special “Clown of God” exhibit that shows his Bible, talks about his religious movie still collection, and looks at other artifacts of Red Skelton’s life, including Red’s take on ending his program with “May God Bless.”

For information on how to view this special, temporary exhibit, click HERE.

4. Princess Academy

Little princesses will have a lot of fun learning all things royal (and some real history!) while attending a royal academy – the Princess Academy to be exact! Discover dances and play games, plus enjoy tea time, create a royal craft and receive a royal makeover – complete with a “princess picture” and presentation of crowns. 

Registration is required. To learn how to reserve your spot, click HERE.

5. Oscar Laughs! – “The Apartment”

A Manhattan insurance clerk tries to rise in his company by letting its executives use his apartment for trysts, but complications and a romance of his own ensue.

Join Red Skelton Museum Curator, Mark Kratzner and director, Anne Pratt as they present the fourth movie in the Oscar Laughs! series,  “The Apartment.” Nominated for Best Motion Picture, Best Director, Best Story & Screenplay, Best Art Direction, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography, and Best Sound.

To learn how to register, click HERE.

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