TAF provides opportunities for regional artists to display their work at the Wells Community Cultural Center in downtown Lafayette. Originally built as a memorial library in 1926, the Wells Community Cultural Center features three galleries that showcase a broad range of talents and media. The building has plenty of wall space outfitted for hanging pieces, spacious rooms for displays and performances, and immersive natural light and acoustics.
Exhibitions are selected on an annual basis through a juried process. Each jury consists of a diverse range of arts professionals from our region. Portfolios will only be reviewed when they are submitted in response to the annual call for artists.
Youth Art Month
Each spring, local schools and The Arts Federation commemorate Youth Art Month (YAM) with a visual arts exhibition. YAM is a national effort that encourages support for quality school art programs and the importance of art in our children’s daily lives. This
exhibition joins celebrations happening all around the U.S. and showcases the work of North-Central Indiana area students in grades K-8.