Craftsman and Creativity Celebration

The Museum of Miniature Houses on Main Street in Carmel will hosts a series of Wednesday afternoons starting January 28th through the end of June at 3:30 highlighting creativity.

The encounters are meant for all ages and will feature violists and other musicians, storytellers, oral historians, singers and songwriters.

The museum is a showcase of art of miniatures scaled, a detailed craft requiring tremendous skill.  Houses and furnishings must adherer to a strict scale, usually one inch to one foot.

Visitors to the new encounters are invited to write stories inspired by anything withing the museum.  Other days will feature the creation of visual art works also inspired by museum exhibits.

The inaugural session on January 28th will feature a performance and discussion by world renown violist Csaba Erdelyi, lead viola of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra.  Mr. Erdelyi has recorded on several labels and was a soloist in the film score of Amadeus.  He was the viola partner to Yehudi Menuhin's violin, performing concertos and chamber music together in several countries.

Admission to the weekly encounter is free, as donations are always appreciated.  Specific programming for each week will be posted on the Museum's Facebook page.  Every second Wednesday of the month will be geared toward children under the age of 12, must be accompanied by an adult.

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