Thursday, March 19, 2015

Paul Henry's Art Gallery 3/19/15

Here are some photos of the 237th Acoustic JAM. The photo above probably helps to depict what this building was used for in the past. No, not a library. This place has a lot of character. A lot of people have been through hear for more that 100 years. Not the Acoustic JAM people. They have only been here for maybe the last 5 years. (Dave, correct me please.)

Because of the uniqueness, patrons of PH (Paul Henry's) treat the confines with respect. This is seen not only with the facility. You can see first hand how everyone is respected. From the seasoned artist or musician, to the beginner with their very first painting or song. Do not forget the other patrons that just come to enjoy the talent.

Thursday nights are for the acoustic JAM and potluck table. Normal fee to enjoy the festivities is $5. This helps support the expenses of the gallery. If you bring a potluck dish, or you are an artist that will be performing, or even have art on display (like I do - photographs), you receive a $2 discount at the door (paying only $3).

We never forget about poetry. PH has some of the finest poets come through. Have a poem? Come to PH to recite it!

The evening went on without me. I had to leave early. There was much more to see. I hope you make the time to visit PH, both during the week, weekend, and on the Thursday Acoustic JAM / Potluck event that starts at 7:30 PM.

For more PH you can check out my entries at StreetPhoto.ME. This is a categorized list of blogs with thumb nail photos. PH is towards the end of that page.

Paul Henry's Art Gallery
416 Sibley Blvd.
Hammond, IN

Tue - Sat 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Sunday Noon till 5:00 PM
Thursday Night Jam Starts 7:00 PM

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