Join us for the Grand Opening
of the Red Skelton Museum on July 18, 2013
It's with great pride that we announce the opening of The Red Skelton Museum on July 18th, 2013, on what would have been Red's 100th Birthday.
The Museum is located on the Vincennes University Campus in Vincennes, Indiana, and is adjacent to the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center, a state of the art concert theater with classroom facilities within.
Visitors will experience an interactive and educational museum honoring Red, his art, and philosophy, and the importance of his wholesome family entertainment, which has generated humor and laughter around the world.
It is our hope that the Red Skelton Museum and Educational Center will enable future generations to truly understand and appreciate Red's artistic genius.
Red Skelton was not only a brilliant radio, television, and motion picture performer; he was also an extremely talented artist, an outstanding composer, a man of the highest principals, a staunch patriot, a man of deep abiding faith, and outstanding philanthropy.
We are very proud the that Red Skelton Museum and Educational Center will be a celebration of all aspects of Red's extraordinary life and the many contributions that he made to help better the world.
As the museum nears completion, we will be providing more information about it's opening.
It is our hope that you will join us in the Grand Celebration of Red's 100th Birthday and the Grand Opening of the Museum on July 18th, 2013.
Two New Works of Art Released
We are proud to offer two new works of Red Skelton art, titled "The Patriot" and "Freddie the Golfer."
For more information please call the exclusive worldwide representative of Red Skelton Art, Dr. William D. Mett at (702) 736-1787 or click here to visit the Art Corporation of America website.
"Freddie the Golfer"