On December 17, 2018, the Indiana Arts Commission formally recognized Terre Haute as one of ten cities in Indiana with an official arts and cultural district designation. The 41|40 Arts and Cultural District radiates out from the Crossroads of America—the intersection of the historic U.S. Highways 40 and 41, encompassing Terre Haute’s downtown, the brewery district, and much of Indiana State University’s campus. 41 |40 is located just a few blocks from the scenic Wabash River—inspiration for Indiana’s state song, “On the Banks of The Wabash, Far Away” composed by native son, Paul Dresser. The district enjoys a rich history that emerges out of a deep and lasting cultural core and serves as both a geographic and cultural center. We proudly pay tribute to our history by naming the district after that intersection, known today as 7th & Wabash.

Questions about the district? Contact Arts Illiana @ 812-235-5007 or email info@artsilliana.org

Arts & Cultural District Brochure

We hope this brochure will guide you as you embark on a discovery of arts & culture at the Crossroads of America. Click on brochure image below to download pdf with links to all the amenities the district has to of offer.

Current Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10am-5pm.
Saturdays 10am-4pm. Closed Sundays and major holidays.
23 North 6th Street Terre Haute, IN 47807

Office/Gallery: (812) 235-5007    |   Contact us

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