October 31, 2014
Coming up

Vedic Architecture. 20 Art galleries. Truly progressive. A typical view of a town in Southeast Iowa usually doesn’t include the world’s premier Ayurvedic health spa, a neighboring community which is the newest incorporated town in Iowa and a university with one of the country’s only sustainable living programs. Fairfield’s commitment to arts and culture includes the Sondheim Center’s Way-Off-Broadway series, which in 2008 brought long-run productions featuring Broadway actors like A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, a nationally-renowned film festival, a new library, a dedicated Buy Fresh, Buy Local living food economy and more. Our commitment to sustainable living is as formal as the plain letters which spell it out in our 2012 Strategic Plan and as organic as Abundance Eco-Village, a nearly off-the-grid community of residences dedicated to the preservation and efficient use of energy and natural resources.

GALLERIES
Americus Gallery 100 West Burlington Avenue
472-2082
Artistry by Ann 57 ½ North Court Street
919-6426
Fairfield Artisans Cooperative Gallery 200 S Main  
Fellowship Exhibition Gallery 51 North Court Street
472-8737
Flower Art Gallery 105 South 3rd Street
472-4245
Gale’s Gallery 57 ½ South Court Street
469-3376
Galleria Imago Dei 61 ½ North Court Street
319-601-6567
ICON Gallery 58 North Main Street
469-6252
Jack Donovan Gallery 51 East Broadway Venue
641-799-5442
Julie Johnson Portraits 1342 Ironwood Avenue, Packwood 319-695-3037
Morning Star Studio 57 ½ South Court Street
472-4287
Nataraja Gallery 406 West Depot 469-3730
Skyline Fine Art Gifts 57 ½ North Court 472-3968
Snowy River Pottery 319-635-3029
Teeple-Hanson Gallery 108 West Broadway 734-358-9897
Temple Studio of Fine Art 111 North Main 469-6811
Winter Moon Pottery 57 ½ North Court Suite 201 472-6064