In 1907 T.C. Steele , noted Indiana artist, and his second wife Selma purchased property in Brown County and began construction of their home. Inspired by the picturesque scenes encountered in Brown County, they named it the “House of the Singing Winds.” In 1945, the artist’s widow donated the estate to the people of Indiana on the condition that it be preserved to inspire future art and nature lovers. We invite you to join the Senior Academy on a visit to this 211 acre site which includes the home, the studio , 5 hiking trails and the 92 acre Selma N. Steele State Nature Preserve.
Cost: $3.00 Seniors 50 and over
Lunch: On your own in Nashville.
The T.C.Steele State Historic Site is located 1½ miles south of Belmont between Nashville and Bloomington on State Road 46. See enclosed mapPlease notify Jean Gnat at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 872-3605 by October 15th if you plan on attending.